Global Lighthouse Network: Transforming advanced manufacturing
132 factories are now engaged in the network, implementing advanced manufacturing technologies and boosting productivity, sustainability and resilient supply chains.
Since its founding in 1910, Hitachi has responded to the expectations of society and its customers through technology and innovation. Its mission is to contribute to society through the development of superior, original technology and products. It works to apply its expertise in information technology, operational technology and a variety of products to advance social infrastructure systems and improve quality of life worldwide. Hitachi’s Social Innovation Business centres on digital systems and services; green energy and mobility; and connective industries. It has 300,000 employees globally who are working to improve people’s quality of life and create a sustainable future.
The Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Supply Chains is enabling more resilient, sustainable and inclusive manufacturing ecosystems and supply chains.
The Centre for Cybersecurity is reinforcing the importance of cybersecurity as a strategic priority and drives global public-private action to address systemic cybersecurity challenges.
The Centre for Nature and Climate is accelerating net-zero climate action, regenerates food, water and ocean systems, and promotes circular economies.
The Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution is advancing the application of human-centred and society-serving technologies.
The Centre for the New Economy and Society is providing a platform for leaders to shape inclusive and equitable economies and societies that create opportunity for all.
The Centre for Urban Transformation is advancing public-private collaboration in cities, enabling more resilient and future-ready communities and local economies.