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Omika Works

Omika Works showcases initiatives for the overall optimization of production processes from the design process to the manufacturing process.

As a factory that produces social infrastructure systems such as public transportation systems, iron and steel systems, water and sewage systems, and industrial systems, Omika Works has been transforming factory production processes for high-mix, low-volume production.
Omika Works is currently engaged in reforms focusing on overall optimization rather than partial optimization, by connecting design know-how, manufacturing know-how and other information from a wide variety of systems and by visualizing shop floors.

In January 2020, the World Economic Forum (WEF) named Omika Works as a “Lighthouse” factory, one of the world’s most advanced factories.

Omika Works

Visit us to learn about:
  • Visualizing shop floors by using 80,000 RFIDs
  • Analyzing work loss by using a factory simulator
  • Issuing assembly instructions by using a 3D work viewer
    …and more.

Kyōsō-no-Mori

As an R&D center, Kyōsō-no-Mori accelerates the incubation of innovation based on open co-creation, with the aim of achieving the SDGs and the goals of Society 5.0.

Kyōsō-no-Mori offers new value to society by combining Hitachi’s empirical knowledge and the expertise of our customers.

The Lumada Data Science Lab. is a repository of the specialized expertise, know-how, talents, and cutting-edge technologies that Hitachi has accumulated in a wide variety of industries and businesses.

Kyōsō-no-Mori

Lumada Competency Center

(formerly the Harmonious Center of Competency)

A space for creating information systems of the future

At Lumada Competency Center, you can get a feel for our next-generation IT solutions, which form the foundation of Hitachi’s social innovation business. You can gain hands-on experience in system assessment and system testing, attend seminars, and view exhibitions and demos.

Lumada Competency Center

Lumada Center Southeast Asia

Lumada Center offers digital solutions to customers in Thailand and supports the growth of the Eastern Economic Corridor

In September 2018, Lumada Center Southeast Asia was launched at Amata City Chonburi Industrial Estate in Chonburi, as part of its broader efforts to support the national push towards “Thailand 4.0”. Through Lumada, Hitachi aims to help Thai factories raise their productivity by using data analytics and artificial intelligence (AI).

In October 2020, its Bangkok Annex was established to provide services to a wide range of fields such as energy, finance, and smart city development.

In future, Hitachi hopes that the Lumada Center will play a central role in digitalizing the government services and supporting Thailand’s vision to create a sustainable and value-based economy. Hitachi will expand these services to the ASEAN region.

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BANGKOK

  • See firsthand how Hitachi utilizes OT and IT in our IoT Solution Room to achieve optimal results for your business operations.
  • Experience the possibilities Lumada offers in our Co-creation Room and how our solutions can help your business.

Yokohama Works

Yokohama Works showcases workstyle reforms aiming to increase employee motivation and productivity.

As Hitachi’s software development center, Yokohama Works is engaged in workstyle reforms to maximize the abilities of employees.
Yokohama Works adopts a unique floor plan to stimulate generation of new business ideas and delivers a comfortable office environment, taking advantage of wide variety of data.

Yokohama Works

Visit us to learn about:
  • Workstyle reforms
  • Office floor plans that stimulate the generation of new ideas
  • Efforts to deliver a comfortable and eco-friendly office environment

Kanagawa Works

Kanagawa Works showcases efforts to streamline business processes from the warehousing of parts to the shipping of products, as well as measures to improve product quality by leveraging IoT.

As our production center for IT platform products, Kanagawa Works seeks to reform processes for low-mix, high-volume production.
Kanagawa Works has been making improvements to the shop floor, for example, by using IoT to save labor in parts logistics within the factory and by using big data and AI to reduce lead times.

Kanagawa Works

Visit us to learn about:
  • On-demand supply of parts through the use of automated warehouses, unmanned transport vehicles, and RFID cards
  • Visualization of the condition of production facilities and the progress of production
  • Use of electronic work drawings and a work support system to reduce the lead time for assembly work
    …and more.