Hitachi provides IT services that address customers' diverse needs throughout the entire lifecycle of systems, ranging from consulting to systems integration, operation, maintenance and support. As a global partner for the IoT age, Hitachi provides expertise, in big data, digital transformation, machine learning, AI and many others, uniquely tailored for a diverse range of business fields.
In the rail industry, Hitachi is a total system supplier, offering rolling stock, traction equipment, signalling, traffic management systems, and maintenance depots. We also supply high-quality components for the automotive industry to a range of well-known vehicle makers. Our Intelligent Fleet Decarbonisation suite of solutions enable fleet operators to transition electric vehicles and a net zero future.
Drawing upon the Hitachi Group's advanced technologies, we provide systems that support the information society, including semiconductor manufacturing equipment, electronic component processing equipment and electronic devices. Our energy-saving solutions help reduce the environmental impact on our society.
Hitachi draws upon its wealth of technologies and expertise to provide various materials and products that support advanced functions and a host of diverse products in fields ranging from IT to consumer electronics and automobiles. These materials and products include specialty steels, magnetic materials, wires and cables, copper products, semiconductor and display materials, advanced performance materials and synthetic resin products.
Strategic Corporate Venture Capital (sCVC) enables a win-win situation between Hitachi businesses and world-class entrepreneurs through intense collaboration and partnering. It helps to sharpen strategic direction and adds growth opportunities to both, startups and Hitachi Group businesses. In 2019, Hitachi established its sCVC Unit Hitachi Ventures with a regional focus on Europe, Israel and North America. In close alignment with Hitachi’s Corporate Venturing Office, we identify selected innovation areas for Hitachi, connect the relevant business units with our portfolio companies and work restlessly to initiate partnering and mutual collaboration.
The North Sea Link is the world’s longest subsea interconnector that stretches 720 kilometres under the North Sea from Blyth, UK to Kvilldal, Norway, at depths of up to 700 metres.
It enables green energy to be shared between the UK and Norway.
The challenges around us can seem insurmountable. When we come together, thinking on a global scale, we can create novel solutions to social problems.