Innovation forms the basis of all the endeavors at Hitachi. We strive to nurture new technologies, products, solutions and services with an aim to improve the lives of people and the communities they live in. Leveraging over a century of experience, we constantly reinvent to help you achieve better results, and create a more sustainable world for our current and future generations.
Hitachi’s Social Innovation Business is an effort for the realization of a sustainable today and tomorrow by developing sustainable business products and solutions. Discover our Social Innovation Solutions.
Seven Hitachi business units collaborated to present a “One Hitachi’ technology showcase at CES 2020, January 7 - 10 in Las Vegas, NV. More than 170,000 attendees explored over 4,400 exhibits and attended over 300 conference sessions focused on the latest innovations in a variety of technologies across a wide range of industries. Hitachi collectively featured its social innovation solutions that are making cities smarter and helping to improve overall quality of life by increasing social, environmental, and economic values.
On December 10, 2019, the Hitachi Group sponsored “The Smart American City,” organized by Axios, a cutting-edge news site at AJAX in Washington D.C. The event provided an opportunity for government officials, influencers, and key local stakeholders in Washington D.C. to further understand Hitachi’s Social Innovation Business. At the event, four high-level speakers joined Axios editor, Kim Hart, on stage for a series of in-depth, one-on-one conversations about the future of smart cities, highlighting technology like AI and IoT.
Hitachi participated in the 105th Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), on December 1 -6, 2019 at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL. This event featured more than 700 companies which gave RSNA’s almost 53,000 attendees the opportunity to view some of the latest innovations in healthcare. Hitachi has been attending RSNA for over 20 years and returned to the event this year to showcase the next level of human-centric healthcare systems.