Patients and staff benefit from a hospital where all processes are devoted to the best quality care with optimal attention to hygiene and safety. This can be achieved through digitalisation and the integration of smart technology in the most efficient and cost-effective way. The outcome is an intelligent, space-efficient, sustainable, adaptable and future-proof hospital layout.
Smart Hospital Buildings are centered on acquiring, structuring and leveraging data to manage access to spaces and information, enabling the most time-efficient use of doctors, nurses and other medical staff. This results in optimal utilisation of assets and resources, including the latest medical technologies and innovations.
A digital twin is a virtual model designed to accurately reflect a physical object.
Medical Systems Design
Health care facilities require a high level of quality, safety, and operational reliability
Sustainable buildings offer improved well-being for occupants, the nearby community, and society.
Transitioning to renewable energy, away from fossil fuels is crucial to significantly reduce CO2 emissions
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seconds. Smart technology meets critical care.
Fast response times can save lives in hospitals. Deerns designed a critical communication system for Radboud University Medical Centre in the Netherlands using smart technology. This includes smart sensors for all medical staff, sharing their real-time location and availability. The critical communication system helps to ensure that the closest available nurse is dispatched when a patient calls, leading to fast and efficient response times, improving patient care and reducing work pressure