Cancer, heart disease and cerebral stroke are the most common causes of death in industrialized countries. Many of these deaths are largely attributable to poor lifestyle choices such as overeating, tobacco use, excess alcohol consumption, and lack of physical activity. Omron Healthcare's mission is to promote the prevention of lifestyle diseases and to help create a society in which people enjoy healthy and comfortable lives.
Omron Healthcare strives to develop products that provide accurate health information to consumers and physicians and that support positive lifestyle changes and health improvement. By enabling people to accurately monitor certain aspects of their day-to-day health at home, Omron Healthcare is making it easier for people to work with their medical professionals to prevent and measure the progression of lifestyle diseases.
In keeping with this corporate philosophy, Omron Healthcare also contributes to the sustainable development of society by strongly considering the economic, environmental, and social impact of its every action.
Omron Group and Omron Healthcare Group
Omron Corporation of Kyoto, Japan was founded in 1933 and is a global leader in the design and manufacture of sensor and ultrasonic systems and technology. Omron Healthcare, a subsidiary of Omron Corporation, has become a leading marketer and distributor of medical, home healthcare, and wellness products. Omron Healthcare Business has a research and development staff of over 90 dedicated engineers and support staff located at the corporate headquarters in Kyoto.
Omron Healthcare was the first to introduce manual and digital blood pressure units to the home healthcare market. It identified digital thermometers as more accurate, safer, and more reliable than mercury units, and developed the U.S. market for these devices. Omron Healthcare also developed a body fat monitor using sensor technology, and respiratory inhalation devices using proprietary vibrating mesh technology.
Omron Healthcare World Wide Headquarters:
24 Yamanoshita-cho Yamanouchi Ukyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto 615-0084
Matsuzaka City, Mie, Japan
Dalian City, China
Binh Duong, Vietnam
Research & Development base:
2 bases (Kyoko City, Japan. Dalian City, China)
9 bases in Japan (Sapporo, Sendai, Tokyo, Nagoya, Kyoto, Osaka, Hiroshima. Takamatsu, Fukuoka)
7 bases in foreign countries (United States, Singapore, China, The Netherlands, Germany, UK, France)