Social Innovation

Being stuck in traffic is rarely an enjoyable experience, but it causes more harm than just frayed nerves.
As driverless cars become widespread, check out the signs you may see during your daily commute.
Hear from Hitachi Europe's R&D Manager Massimiliano Lenardi on what the future holds for driverless cars
From increased airport security to quicker commute times, there are a number of reasons why the number of European rail journeys has doubled in the past 20 years and is set to increase even further.
With a driverless car future very much on the horizon, Hitachi myth-busters are here to help clear up three of the top myths about these vehicles
As the race to produce the first autonomous car heats up, collaboration between car manufacturers and tech firms is more important than ever.
Watch how from the early twentieth century to the present day Hitachi has been pioneering innovation when it comes to the railways
See how co-creation is playing a larger part in the automotive industry.
On the road to a self-driving car
Well-publicised programmes from companies like Google and Apple to build a ‘functioning autonomous vehicle’, or self-driving car colloquially, have focused considerable attention on how the car of the future will look and function.
How can Social Innovation help to overcome global challenges in transport and mobility?
How are connectivity and convergence, smart governance and social preferences driving social innovation in transport?