Last week, Dassault Systèmes held its annual Innovation Night at Shanghai’s French Consulate, where over 200 industry leaders from a variety of sectors presented some of their latest advances integrating virtual twin technology. Among high profile attendees such as China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC) and others, Aden was honored to present AKILA Care, the smart and connected hospital it has developed in partnership with Dassault Systèmes, China State Construction and Sinopharm.
AKILA Care is set to disrupt the construction and global healthcare industries, using modular architecture and virtual twin modeling to bring rapid-response, long-lasting health facilities to underserved regions around the world within 150 days.
As a smart and connected hospital, AKILA Care will link, model and optimize all systems in one platform – data on everything from patient history to space management, airflow, energy usage and technical asset performance. Breaking new ground in medical history, this platform will not be restricted to major cities in a few countries but will be put to use in regions where little medical infrastructure exists. This historic level of availability is possible because of AKILA Care’s ability to be constructed in any location, plugging into local infrastructure, but also able to operate off-grid.
Although AKILA Care was only launched this spring, Aden was proud to present impressive early results: already, talks are underway with 25 governments across the globe to bring healthcare infrastructure to their regions. With several expressions of interest already received, the facility will soon be found everywhere from Latin America to Africa to the Asia-Pacific.
Sylvain Laurent, Executive Vice President of Dassault Systèmes commented: “The time for the healthcare renaissance is now. AKILA Care is part of this renaissance, leveraging a unique consortium of leading companies from France and China. We serve the world by bringing innovative, sustainable and appropriate hospital infrastructure to the world in order to help the largest possible number of people access top-level health care.”