Hitachi’s work of accelerating Social Innovation through co-creation has already begun, ahead of establishment of the new Kyōsō Centre (collaborative creation centre) planned for the Western Sydney Aerotropolis.

As one of the biggest and most ambitious city build projects in Australian history, the Western Sydney Aerotropolis is an opportunity to create a sustainable, smart city from scratch, complete with a 24/7 global freight and logistics network.

Looking to streamline the movement of Australian produce from the farm gate to port through a digital ecosystem, the Western Parkland City Authority (WPCA) sought the help of foundation partner Hitachi and Sydney-based data engineering firm BizCubed.

Together with the WPCA and BizCubed, Hitachi is co-creating innovative pathways that bridge the gap between world-class Australian farmers and their international consumers.

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