Civilisation Runs on Linux
Linux Format Magazine
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Hitachi's mission is to contribute to society through the development of superior, original technology and products. Thus, Hitachi has a long history of contributions that help provide society’s infrastructure such as power, water, urban and transport systems which require both safety and reliability. The aim of the Civil Infrastructure Platform (CIP) is to provide a platform which satisfies these needs, and we believe that it will become a common, global platform through which we can achieve an even more comfortable and efficient society.Masaaki IwasakiLaboratory Manager of the OSS Technology Laboratory in the Research and Development Group of Hitachi, Ltd.
As a global leader in technology for products and solutions that drive our world's infrastructure, Siemens is committed to address future challenges of digitalization by providing and supporting long-lived, robust and industrial-strength solutions. With ever-increasing software intensity of our systems, partnering and open source development are necessary to ensure high quality core components based on IT technology. CIP will help us focus on these challenges.Marquart FranzSenior Principal Key Expert for IT platforms at Siemens Corporate Technology
We are committed to creating a secure, reliable and maintainable software platform for infrastructure systems by leading and contributing to CIP as a key member. Collaborative open source development is the best way to not only overcome common issues but also to lead innovation for the future. Toshiba believes that CIP will become an essential software platform to improve our life.Shigeyoshi ShimotsujiExecutive Vice President of Industrial ICT Solutions Company, Toshiba Corporation