1. Wide-area Surveillance and Security Solutions
In addressing the security requirements for protecting social infrastructure such as urban areas, transportation, or critical facilities from natural disasters, cyberattack, terrorism, and other such threats, Hitachi uses a security concept that considers these requirements in terms of whether they are adaptive, responsive, or cooperative, supplying wide-area surveillance and security solutions that provide both effective emergency readiness and appropriate measures for dealing with emergencies when they do arise.
The social infrastructure for realizing Society 5.0 will need to be able to maintain situation awareness of constantly changing circumstances in both physical and cyber space, using multi-factor surveillance with sensors that encompass satellites and drones as well as surveillance of radio and network activity. Potential incident is including intrusion into the site of critical facilities by unauthorized drones or human.
Hitachi provides support for high-quality decision making, including the use of imagery analysis, geographic information systems (GISs), and simulation to analyze and predict signs of abnormal activity, and the provision of expertise based on the observe, orient, decide, and act (OODA) process. Hitachi also supports rapid response by providing solutions that facilitate information sharing. Other solutions help keep damage to a minimum by enabling training exercises to be conducted based on potential emergencies. Systems can also be put in place quickly thanks to flexibility at the installation stage that allows a choice of equipment configuration based on actual operations and existing equipment.