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On November 30, 2016, Hitachi and CEPS jointly organized the first European Social Innovation Forum on the topic on Smart Transportation for a 21st Century Society.
Hitachi's Social Innovation Forum 2016 BERLIN took place on November 29th. Guests heard about the latest advances in IoT and Hitachi's focus on Co-Creation to provide Social Innovation throughout Europe.
The Hitachi Social Innovation Forum 2016 LONDON brought together leading industry names and Hitachi experts to explore key IoT themes and opportunities, share examples of best practice in IoT innovation, and explore the increasingly important role of ‘co-creation’ in developing new solutions to...
At the Hitachi Social Innovation Forum 2015 MUNICH, industry leaders gathered to debate the future of Energy in Germany, and how digital innovation is the answer to effectively managing Germany's dramatic growth in renewables.
The Hitachi Social Innovation Forum 2015 LONDON took place at the prestigious Royal Garden Hotel, Kensington.
The future of the city is smart and shareable – that was the overwhelming consensus from Urban Infrastructure 2014 conference. Hitachi's Chief Executive for Europe, Mr. Dieter Rennert delivered the main keynote, explaining Hitachi's approach to Social Innovation Business.
The 14th EU Hitachi Science & Technology Forum was attended by over 170 persons on Oct 17, 2014, in Paris, on the theme 'Innovative collaboration for better healthcare'.
The Hitachi Social Innovation Forum 2014 BERLIN took place on October 15 at the iconic Hotel Adlon Kempinski next to the Brandenburg Gate, which was fitting as Europe celebrated the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
InnoTrans is the world's largest trade fair for the rail industry.
Hitachi's Social Innovation conference, held together with Frost & Sullivan, attracted 176 participants on 19 February 2014 at the Ciragan Palace in Turkey's capital city. Hitachi's Chief Executive for Europe, Mr.
Hitachi is the founding sponsor of the Economist Infrastructure Summit. The third event explored the most ingenious solutions to enable sustainable urban development, and had a particular focus on networks and connections.
Hitachi is the founding sponsor of the Economist Infrastructure Summit; a gathering of 150 leading policy-makers, business leaders and experts from transport, energy and digital communications in the UK to discuss infrastructure developments and new opportunities.
InnoTrans is the world's leading business meeting place for transport technology. A total of 2,651 exhibitors from 48 countries presented their innovative products and services at InnoTrans 2012. The 173,295 trade visitors came to Berlin from more than 100 countries.
Hitachi Power Europe attended the Power-Gen Conference and Exhibition, which took place over three days in Cologne, Germany. The event is the largest of it's kind in Europe and attracts over 10,000 visitors from across the global power industry.
The 13th EU Hitachi Science & Technology Forum was attended by over 150 persons in London on May 10, 2012. They debated on 'Transport and Mobility towards 2050'.
Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) were joined by many leading IT professionals keen to discover how to make the most of future opportunities.
The 12th EU Hitachi Science & Technology Forum was attended by some 150 persons in Brussels on May 7, 2010. They debated on Smart Energy Usage for a Sustainable Society.
Hitachi sponsored the Economist Third Annual Sustainability Summit which was held on 25th February 2010 at the Radisson BLU Portman Square in London.
The 11th EU Hitachi Science and Technology Forum was attended by over 110 persons in Munich (Germany) on April 26-27, 2008. They debated on "Ageing Society and Technology"
The 10th EU Hitachi Science and Technology Forum was attended by over 150 persons in Paris on May 11 - 13, 2007. They debated on Energy, Environment and Sustainable Society: Impact on European citizens.
The 2006 Forum took place on 19-21 May 2006 in Warsaw, Poland as a platform for public policy debate on issues concerning "ICT For Safety, Trust and Security: Its Impact On European Citizens."
The 8th EU Hitachi Science & Technology Forum brought together around 130 scientists, engineers, executives and policy-makers on the theme "Technology and its Impact on the City of the Future."
More than 100 participants gathered for the 7th EU-Hitachi Science& Technology Forum to discuss how transportation technologies impact the lives of European citizens.
The 2003 Forum took place 16-18 May 2003 in Antwerp, Belgium was provided as a platform for public policy debate on issues concerning "Energy and its Implications for European Society."
On 24-26 May 2002, The 5th EU Hitachi Science & Technology Forum was held in Budapest, Hungary. At the event, the nearly 90 participants discussed, with the contribution of experts, speakers and other Forum participants, "Water Issues and their Impact on European Society."
More than 75 scientists attended the EU Hitachi Science & Technology Forum, May 19-20 2001, where they explored this year's theme of "Life Sciences and their Impact on Society." Participants put forward ideas for advancing the public debate on biotechnology and its linkages to healthcare...
The 3rd regional meeting was held in Portmarnock, Ireland, in May 2000, and about 70 people attended including HIVIPS participants from Ireland, the UK, France, Germany, and Holland.
The 2nd regional meeting was held in Krefeld, Germany, in October 1999, and about 55 people attended including HIVIPS participants from France, Germany, and Holland.
In October 1998, HIVIPS participants from France met in Juan-les-Pins, near Nice, to renew their ties with one another and Hitachi. At the forum, alumni and several high-profile guests discussed French and Japanese approaches to supporting venture companies.