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UK's Home Bargains has installed Hitachi's 3D LiDAR at shop entrance to monitor the number of people inside, in real time.
Hitachi, Ltd. released its contactless Finger Vein Biometric Authentication Unit. The implementation of these products will enable easy and COVID-safe personal authentication.
Hitachi designed a Smart Spaces solution for Penske Corporation to perform fast, automated temperature checks and provide safety for staffs and visitors to its facilities.
Hitachi, Ltd. and Hitachi Building Systems Co., Ltd. developed a service that enables the calling of an elevator by linking to the popular LINE messaging app.
Hitachi, Ltd. and Hitachi Building Systems Co., Ltd. developed "Touchless Solutions," a systemized approach to touchless products and services for office and residential buildings.
Hitachi-Omron Terminal Solutions developed a currency disinfector that can rapidly disinfect banknotes. It has a processing capacity of 1,000 banknotes per minute.
Hitachi, Ltd. took part in a demonstration of a technology that ascertains congestion conditions inside a baseball stadium while taking into account visitors’ privacy.
Hitachi has developed a service that uses AI technology to forecast influenza epidemics. This technology is also expected in the future to find application in predicting COVID-19 outbreaks.
Hitachi, Ltd. launched its Biometrics Integrated Infrastructure Service, which uses biometric information to enable personal authentication in a variety of everyday situations.
Hitachi-Omron Terminal Solutions, Corp. has developed an aerial entry display that projects the buttons into the air operated without any physical contact.
In April 2020, Hitachi held its in-house idea contest “Make a Difference! Challenge to COVID-19” and gathered ideas for innovation from employees around the world.
Hitachi and TJ Morris announced a technology partnership to introduce traffic light queueing system at Home Bargains stores to help keep customers safe against COVID-19.
The American Heart Association, Hitachi Vantara and BurstIQ announced finalists for global COVID-19 data challenge focused on understanding relationships between COVID-19, health disparities, and other health conditions
Hitachi, Ltd. will donate 100 million yen to The Hitachi Global Foundation to support researches on Novel Coronavirus ("COVID-19") and other infectious diseases.
Make a $25 loan to a borrower in need, then receive $25 credit from Hitachi to help another borrower impacted by COVID-19.
Hitachi’s Central Research Laboratory in Tokyo is using its advanced computer technology "CMOS annealing" to control the number of people coming to the center while avoiding 3Cs.
Hitachi High-Tech Corporation developed "Smart Factory as a Service," which enables SMEs to operate their manufacturing sites remotely.
Hitachi, Ltd. announced its new workstyle that bases remote working as the next standard, in anticipation of a "new normal” after COVID-19.
JR Automation partners with General Motors to build an entire mask assembly line capable of producing 50,000 masks a day, in less than one week.
JR Automation deployed a mask line for Hershey, which has been operational since June 1, 2020 and can produce up to 45,000 masks per day.
Hitachi, Ltd. will provide a free cloud service for 3D procedure manuals using Hitachi’s assembly navigation system to support the manufacturing of ventilators, which are essential during the spread of novel coronavirus
Hitachi will make a contribution of USD 1 million to support business owners impacted by COVID-19 through loans by Kiva, a U.S. nonprofit organization that supports lending to small businesses, entrepreneurs, farmers and families around the world through crowdfunding.
American Heart Association, Hitachi Vantara and BurstIQ bring global COVID-19 datasets to researchers and clinicians to examine relationship with other health conditions and health disparities.
Members at Hitachi India Research & Development Centre(R&D) based out of Bengaluru recently launched a visual dashboard that offers latest data about COVID-19 situation across India.
Face shields will be donated on a priority basis to designated medical institutions across Japan.
We are taking steps to prevent the spread of the outbreak, placing top priority on the health and safety of its employees and their families worldwide, as well as its stakeholders, customers and partners.
Hitachi Healthcare Americas' measure toward COVID-19 and information on cleaning, disinfection and sterilizing manuals of medical eqiupments.
Waupaca Foundry produces face shield headbands to be donated to Blount Memorial Hospital in Maryville, Tennessee.