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Autonomous driving is anticipated to benefit us as an effective technology for achieving fewer traffic accidents, less congestion and less load on the environment. It will also provide mobility assistance for the elderly and others.
We will continue our research and development into automated driving assistance systems to create new value for vehicles, people, and society, and the realization of a safer, more affluent world.

(December 2015)

Technology Overview

"We will carry out this project."
Hitachi challenges the World's Fastest Elevator.

(March 2015)

Technology Overview

This video shows the Hitachi Group's initiatives in creating a new future for healthcare utilizing Big Data.

(March 2015)

Interview

With this as his intention, Akira Tonomura entered the Central Research Laboratory, the core facility for advanced research in the Hitachi Group. In Part1, we follow in the footsteps of Dr.Tonomura as he addresses the basic fundamentals of science in his research of electron microscopes and succeeds in making various amazing discoveries through innovative world-first experiments.

(September 2010)

Interview

In part 2, we continue to follow Dr. Tonomura, focusing on the expansion of his research into the realm of "superconductivity" and the development of a world-leading 1MV electron microscope.

(September 2010)

Interview

Hitachi Fellow Dr. Hideaki Koizumi has been a leader in the fields of environment, medical treatment and brain measurement ever since joining Hitachi. Now, he is engaged in measuring brain activity to elucidate the workings of the human mind through science. This is the story of scientist taking up the challenge of understanding the human mind, an area previously closed to science.

(March 2009)

Interview

Hitachi Fellow Dr. Hideaki Koizumi has always been engaged in a broad spectrum of innovative research from discovering scientific principles to commercialization of products. His starting point was his abiding passion for "MONOZUKURI", that is making useful things, in his childhood days, still very much his focus of interest today. This is a video documentary following the progress of a scientist.

(March 2009)

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