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Interview

At OpenFog World Congress, Dr. Joydeep Acharya, senior research engineer of Digital Solution Platform Lab of CSI-NA presented peer-reviewed research paper about GPS analytics for mobile IoT to achieve context aware data compression and privacy and also received interview about IoT Edge Analytics for Hitachi High Speed Rail.

(December 2017)

Technology Overview

Vision Design

New services reduce the burden of household chores.

(October 2017)

Technology Overview

Vision Design

Connecting our daily behavior "purchase" with "doing something good for society".

(September 2017)

Interview

Global Research driving Social Innovation

Dr. Norihiro Suzuki talks about Hitachi's unique position as a company involved in IoT with over 100-years history in products and operational technology, the value of promoting Social Innovation Business through "Lumada" and what Global Research hopes to achieve through the new Insights Laboratory.

(September 2017)

Video Lecture

AI: Speeding the arrival of a Super Smart Society

From a 20th century bound by uniform rules, to a 21st century society which adopts diversity and change. On the path to this "Super Smart Society," Hitachi is actively contributing with AI and data use. Kazuo Yano, leader of Hitachi's AI research and Chief Engineer of its Research & Development Group, explains how we will find meaning and happiness while working in the 21st century.

(August 2017)

Technology Overview

Vision Design

Single seater mobility for helping people enjoy walking.

(July 2017)

Smart logistics of medical equipment in a city.

(July 2017)

Connecting various small production facilities to build a "big plant."

(July 2017)

Optimal control of all vehicles in a city.

(July 2017)

Delivering water to residents as frequently as needed.

(July 2017)

Technology Overview

Vision Design

Making affection for our hometown lead to actions related to the energy issue.

(July 2017)

Technology Overview

Vision Design

Providing a system for implementing troublesome maintenance tasks and mass production that needs difficult preparation work.

(July 2017)

Video Lecture

AI: Speeding the arrival of a Super Smart Society

From a 20th century bound by uniform rules, to a 21st century society which adopts diversity and change. On the path to this "Super Smart Society," Hitachi is actively contributing with AI and data use. Kazuo Yano, leader of Hitachi's AI research and Chief Engineer of its Research & Development Group, explains how we will find meaning and happiness while working in the 21st century.

(April 2017)

Technology Overview

Hitachi's colleagues from around the world who hold the spirit of "Hitachi Group Identity" close to their hearts talk about their passion, dreams and pride in their work, and strongly declare "I am Hitachi" with the thought that each one of them is Hitachi.

(March 2017)

Technology Overview

Technology at the Wheel: Part 1

 

(March 2017)

Technology at the Wheel: Part 2

The autonomous mobility ecosystem is as dynamic as it is complex. It creates an enhanced driving experience, along with a complete range of benefits. However, it also raises understandable challenges and concerns, many first-of-their-kind, among consumers, customers and the general public.

(March 2017)

Technology at the Wheel: Part 3

Hitachi is aligning and combining its control technology and knowledge across several industries, with Hitachi Group companies working together on these new mobility technologies. For example, Clarion, a leading in-vehicle information-solutions provider, is sharing its expertise in sensor technology, high-definition cameras, SurroundEye Cameras, Electronic Control Units (ECUs) and Telematics Control Units (TCUs).

(March 2017)

Technology at the Wheel: Part 4

 

(March 2017)

Technology at the Wheel: Part 5

Hitachi recognizes that connected and autonomous vehicles are a vital part of the future for the automotive industry and society, and is committed to the innovation needed to achieve full automation. As part of the company's commitment, and through its relationship with the University of Michigan's Mobility Transformation Center and Mcity, Hitachi is progressing toward autonomous driving technologies that will deliver new levels of safety, reliability, efficiency, comfort, convenience and security that will benefit not only the next generation of vehicle owners and users but society as well.

(March 2017)

Event Movie

The 2016 Hitachi Social Innovation Forum was held in Santa Clara, California, to convene the innovators who together will shape the future of IoT. With Hitachi AI Technology we aim at providing support in resolving social issues and in achieving business growth beyond human conception. Hitachi's vision is to become your innovation partner of the IT and IoT era, solving today's challenges for a better future. Explore more about Hitachi Robotics and Hitachi AI.

(February 2017)

Technology Overview

This video shows an open-laboratory, whose establishment was announced on November 30, 2016 and which will be operated at the Yokohama Research Laboratory. Through collaborative creation in the open-laboratory, Hitachi will develop advanced technologies to resolve challenges in society, and thus promote the expansion of Social Innovation Business.

(February 2017)

Technology Overview

Part 1

Among its range of next-generation drive control technology, Hitachi's developments in autonomous parking mark a critical juncture in the transformation of the automotive sector, and how we interact with cars in our daily lives. With more people and cars on the road and in our cities and towns than ever, it's all the more important to keep things together in tight spaces and simplify tricky maneuvers. Hitachi's innovative technology for autonomous parking helps keep life safer, and everyday parking easier.

(January 2017)

Part 2

Hitachi is helping make strides toward a safer world, and autonomous mobility has taken on a decisive role for driving those changes in daily life. One of the most exciting developments in Hitachi's plan for connected mobility has arrived: autonomous parking technology. Sometimes the simplest functions can provide the most hazardous conditions for drivers. Hitachi's innovative technology for autonomous parking make everyday parking easier.

(January 2017)

Part 3

Among Hitachi's range of next-generation drive control technology, developments in autonomous parking mark a critical juncture in the transformation of the automotive sector, and how we interact with cars in our daily lives. With more people and cars on the road and in our cities and towns than ever, raising a modern family means keeping things together in tight spaces. Hitachi's innovative technology for autonomous parking helps keep families safe even when life puts on the squeeze.

(January 2017)

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