Data-Driven Digital Transformation Is Critical for the Next Challenges in the U.S.

Data-Driven Digital Transformation in the USA

Data-Driven Digital Transformation Is Critical for the Next Challenges in the U.S.

Many U.S. businesses are facing a major turning point that’s shedding light on a variety of hidden social issues.

In response, there is a growing demand for digital transformation. That’s why Hitachi launched Lumada.

To identify signs of change, Hitachi will use data and create new value for customers and partners, while improving quality of life for people everywhere.

This is the essence of Lumada: solutions that take full advantage of digital technologies such as AI and IoT. To power Lumada, Hitachi leverages operational technology (OT) and information technology (IT) along with products it has cultivated over many years. Through Lumada, Hitachi will provide critical answers to the new challenges facing the U.S.

To better leverage its data resources, Hitachi is investing in strengthening its R&D capabilities along with the capabilities of Hitachi Vantara and recently acquired GlobalLogic.

Hitachi’s strengths in digitally transforming social infrastructures lie in its ability to provide mission-critical IoT that can help resolve both social and corporate management issues for its customers. Hitachi also uses its diverse product lineup to gather data and analyze it using GlobalLogic’s digital engineering capabilities.

Furthermore, controlling physical space in real time based on data analyses requires mission-critical system integration skills and expertise. In the U.S., Hitachi will harness these skills to develop solutions for climate change, build resilient social infrastructure and supply chains, and improve people’s quality of life. Data-driven transformation is not a one-time event, which is why a long-term partner like Hitachi is critical.