Hitachi Europe

The decision of the CNIL, to issue a single permit Biovein, our distribution networks offers a faster turnover velocity, as well as a unique positioning in the market. Therefore we expect strong growth in the coming months”, said Patrick Fornas, President and CEO of EASYDENTIC group. Ravi Ahluwalia, head of business development for the EMEA region system solutions division of Hitachi Europe Ltd.: As a renowned safety specialist EASYDENTIC is the ideal partner to help Hitachi to gain a foothold in the European market for access control. The combination of the biometric scanner by Hitachi, which captures the unique vascular structure of each user and the external reader by EASYDENTIC which proved already is the company a fast and simple way make available to protect their possessions, especially underlines the individual approval by June 21, 2009, that Biovein comply with the Our experience tend to CNIL in every way equivalent to.”the European States to follow the example of the CNIL. Time Warner might disagree with that approach. This decision will reader noticeably affect the success of our vein and favor the development of this technology in Europe”Mr Ahluwalia continues.

With Biovein EASYDENTIC now has a significant competitive advantage to expand its market share in the area of enterprise security, particularly in France, Italy and Luxembourg. Hitachi Europe Ltd. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi Ltd., Japan, based in Maidenhead, United Kingdom.

Hitachi Europe is active in 13 countries in Europe, the Middle East and Africa and employs approximately 550 employees. Hitachi Europe comprises nine key businesses: railway systems, industrial components and systems, information systems, digital media, display products, energy and industrial equipment, air-conditioning and cooling systems, manufacturing systems and procurement and shopping. Hitachi Europe has also three research laboratories and a design centre. Learn more about Hitachi Europe, see more about Hitachi Ltd. Hitachi Ltd. (TSE: 6501 / NYSE: HIT) headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, is one of the global leader in the electronics market, and employs around 400,000 people worldwide. The consolidated turnover for the financial year 2008 amounted to 10,000 billion yen (US$ 102.0 billion) (established on March 31, 2009). The company provides a wide range of systems, products and services for the information market, peripheral equipment, energy and industrial plants, Consumer electronics, materials and financial services.