To contribute through its Social Innovation Business with a focus on a future sustainable global society, Hitachi has set mobility systems as its focus sector, establishing a new company "Hitachi Astemo" that deals with vehicle-related technologies and strengthens these efforts around the world. What does the future of US mobility look like amid the prolonged COVID-19 pandemic, the looming threat of climate change, and the struggle for racial justice/equity? How can we build fair and sustainable mobility infrastructure systems in response to growing public opinion calling for the comprehensive overhaul of domestic transportation infrastructure and a renewal of the mobility sector? In an interview hosted by Hitachi Ltd.’s Washington D.C. Corporate Office, Robyn Boerstling, VP of Infrastructure, Innovation and Human Resources with the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) discusses those prospects with industry experts from Hitachi.

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