Madel, a leading Italian manufacturer of household cleaning products, brought in Hitachi to implement a multi-faceted solution that combines the physical and the digital. The cloud-based solution enables Madel to reduce its energy and water consumption and support efforts to achieve the UN's Sustainable Development Goals
Stena Line asked Hitachi to identify software solutions that could help make operations more efficient in shipping - improving safety and supporting ships in reducing fuel consumption and emissions. By introducing AI technologies, Hitachi have been able to identify the key factors causing high fuel consumption and advise how to make operations more efficient and environmentally sustainable.
As a member of the Smart Islands Partnership on the Isles of Scilly, Hitachi is helping to implement a set of interconnected projects, with the aim to cut electricity bills by 40%, meet 40% of energy demand through renewables and see 40% of vehicles be low carbon or electric by 2025.
Running on 100% renewable energy, this data centre makes the best use of space with the least impact on the environment.
A Social Innovation approach to improve the efficiency of the water network in Oliena, with savings that benefit municipalities across Sardinia.
Creating infrastructure to run a world class metro system for the city of Copenhagen.
A new ATM module for the digital world
Hitachi Medical Systems' latest Oasis Open MRI Scanner, with powerful leading edge technology, delivers outstanding high-resolution clinical imaging for the Santa Maria della Misericordia Hospital in Rovigo, Italy.
Improved Medical Diagnostics for better healthcare in Turkey using Hitachi's Hi Vision Preirus ultrasound scanners to give high-quality imaging.