To wisely "Create," "Use," and "Store" Hydrogen/Energy
In order to achieve carbon neutrality in 2050, the use of new energy sources such as hydrogen instead of fossil fuels is being promoted on a global scale.
However, there are various challenges in the related industries for the efficient operation of hydrogen energy. With the shift in industrial structure, new needs are emerging in measurement and analysis to support these industries.
Merging Separating and Visualizing Technologies Offers New Value for R&D Applications in a Wide Variety of Fields
On June 25, 2021, Shimadzu Corporation (Kyoto, President & CEO: Teruhisa Ueda, hereinafter Shimadzu) and HORIBA, Ltd. (Kyoto, President & COO: Masayuki Adachi, hereinafter HORIBA) released a new LC-Raman system that combines a Shimadzu high-performance liquid chromatograph (HPLC, hereinafter LC) with a HORIBA Raman spectrometer (hereinafter Raman) for the Japanese domestic market.Read more
HORIBA, Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as "HORIBA") today announced that it has developed an innovative proprietary gas analysis technology called InfraRed Laser Absorption Modulation (IRLAM™＊1) and will launch four new products on July 29th as the first products equipped with this technology.Read more
HORIBA TECHNO SERVICE Co., Ltd. (hereinafter, "HORIBA TECHNO SERVICE") is participating in a project as a member of the chemical analysis team for the initial analysis of samples, including sand and gravel, that the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency's (JAXA's) Asteroid Explorer Hayabusa2 has collected from the asteroid Ryugu.Read more
Established with a donation of state-of-the-art HORIBA equipment and technology.
HORIBA, Ltd. (referred to as "HORIBA" hereinafter) and its group companies which provide a wide range of analysis and measurement solutions for energy processes and applications, marks a full-scale entry into the new energy fields by launching a comprehensive strategy in anticipation of the arrival of the new energy era.Read more
HORIBA Instruments Inc. announced today it has been awarded a contract to provide the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) emissions measurement systems for their heavy-duty engine test cells at the National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory (NVFEL) in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
The EPA has proposed a rule that would establish ultra-low NOx emissions standards and would implement new certification test procedures for heavy-duty vehicles, driven by the desire to improve accuracy and reduce testing burden on vehicle and engine manufacturersRead more
Expand production volume through expansion and automation of production lines.
HORIBA STEC Aso Factory is the main factory of the HORIBA Group’s semiconductor segment, producing such mainstay products as mass flow controllers for fluids, liquid vapor supply systems, liquid flow meters, and chemical concentration monitors.Read more
Aiming to expand market share through local production of high-end models.
HORIBA STEC KOREA, Ltd. (hereinafter HORIBA STEC KOREA) is a subsidiary of HORIBA STEC, Co., Ltd., which leads the semiconductor segment of the HORIBA Group. HORIBA STEC KOREA, which is responsible for the semiconductor segment in Korea, will strengthen the production system for its main product, mass flow controllers (MFC).Read more
Enabling process metrology approaches and process improvement for leading-edge processes and next-generation semiconductors.
HORIBA Taiwan was established in 1996 and has been contributing to the development of Taiwanese semiconductors ever since.Read more