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Behind the name Hitachi

Explore our history

June 2018

Visit us @ booth no 533
17.06.- 21.06.2018 in Paris, FR

August 2018

ESC 2018
25.08.- 28.08.2018 in Munich, DE

October 2018

JFR 2018
12.10.- 15.10.2018 in Paris, FR

June 2018

ESSU Course (European School of Surgical Ultrasonography)
Intraoperative use of ultrasound during liver surgery
13.06.- 15.06.2018 in Milan, IT

December 2018

Musculoskeletal Ultrasound
Comprehensive course and individual hands-on training
14.12.- 16.12.2018 in Brussels, BE

Hitachi @ ECR 2018

Hitachi Social Innovation

Redesigned Hitachi Social Innovation Business Website

End of March, Hitachi launched its newly redesigned Social Innovation Business website. The new site showcases the global scope and applications of Hitachi's Social Innovation Business in one place. Click here to discover Hitachi's Social Innovation Business

Join us @ EuroEcho Imaging 2017

Join us at EuroEcho Imaging 2017 in Lisbon – Booth B100

Wednesday, December 6, 13:00-13:30
as we unveil our new premium family member –
the revival of the legend in Cardiovascular Ultrasound.



opening the door to the
next stage of ultrasound

To find out more, please follow this link


With our new NextLIFE program, we offer technologically up-to-date pre-owned, previously used MRI and CT systems, to respond to today's financial and environmental challenges in healthcare.

Customer voices

Pioneering Prostate Diagnostics

Supported by semi-robotic MRI/Ultrasound-guided Fusion Biopsy with ARTEMIS™

Precise Diagnosis of the Prostate Gland

Gentle and safe with MRI-guided Stereotactic Prostate Biopsy, powered by BiopSee® and Hitachi ARIETTA V70

Maximum freedom from pain with AIRIS Vento

Pain therapy in the open MRI scanner at Sternklinik in Bremen.

Breathtaking mountain panorama with excellent treatment perspectives and APERTO Lucent

Treatment for sports injuries with the APERTO Lucent 0.4T in the emergency medical facility in Lech am Arlberg.