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Information and Control Systems : Hitachi in India

Hitachi

Spreading the social infrastructure system technologies cultivated in Japan to countries around the world

Information and control systems are supporting human lives and industries all over the world.
Furthermore, we will promote the global deployment of social innovation businesses to meet the new needs for building social infrastructure aimed at achieving a low-carbon society.

Abundant system operation results in various countries around the world

We have abundant system operation results in various countries around the world, such as results from power plant control systems (delivery results: 210 units as of 2010), steel rolling mill control systems (delivery results: 200 plants as of 2010), and industry control systems (delivery results: 48 systems as of 2010), that are all highly rated by customers.

Power generation

DCS for large-capacity coal-red power generation

DCS for large-capacity coal-red power generation

Shanghai Electric Power Co., Ltd., Waigaoqiao second-stage power plant
Central monitoring and control systems of China's largest-scale capacity supercritical pressure coal-red power plant.

DCS: Distributed Control System

DCS for multi-shaft combined cycle power generation

DCS for multi-shaft combined cycle power generation

Electricity generating authority of Thailand, North Bangkok combined-cycle power plant
State-of-the-art supervisory control systems for Thailand’s natural gas-red combined cycle power plan.

Steel

Cold rolling mill control systems

Cold rolling mill control systems

Control room of POSCO Vietnam Co., Ltd. in Vietnam
Achieved the production of high-quality, high-strength steel sheets for automobiles/

Industry

Automobile production process management systems

Automobile production process management systems

Renault Samsung Motors (RSM) Busan plant
Achieved finely tuned process control using the MES package for manufacturing automobiles (NXAUTO)

MES:Manufacturing Execution System

Meeting the needs for building smart cities in emerging countries and upgrading infrastructure in developed countries

The social infrastructure markets of emerging countries are sharply expanding, aiming at the compatibility of economic growth and a low-carbon society.
As a total system integrator, we are going to provide a proposal for solutions, maintenance, and operation services as a one-stop service, together with partners in the world.

Eco-cities

China: Tianjin Eco-City
Building of an environment-conscious city model

China: Tianjin Eco-City<br />Building of an environment-conscious city model

We are promoting the development of an energy management system and deploying it to the Tianjin Eco-City project which has been developed by the China-Singapore joint developer SSTEC (Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-City Investment and Development Co., Ltd.)

Photo provided by Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-City Investment and Development Co., Ltd.

Smart grids

USA: Japan-U.S. collaborative field test project for world leading remote island smart grids

USA: Japan-U.S. collaborative field test project for world leading remote island smart grids

In a large-scale, real life field test with NEDO, we are promoting a leading-edge, remote island-type smart grid system, including the utilization of renewable energy and EVs (also part of Japan-USA clean energy technology cooperation).

NEDO:New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization
EV:Electric Vehicle

Railways

UK: HS1 (High Speed 1) ashford rail depot and Class 395

UK: HS1 (High Speed 1) ashford rail depot and Class 395

As the Hitachi Group railway business is globally developed, we are promoting information and control infrastructure system businesses, such as those for railway traffic and maintenance.

Water

Republic of Maldives:Water and sewerage operation business

Republic of Maldives:Water and sewerage operation business

The Hitachi Group participated in the management of a water and sewerage operation company in the Republic of Maldives and has been promoting the introduction of intelligent water systems.