The future of
infectious-disease control.

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The future of
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The future of
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About AKILA Care

Extraordinary times call for extraordinary solutions – for speed and decisiveness; for the most advanced technology and innovations. AKILA Care is exactly that: a smart and connected turn-key hospital for infectious-disease control, whose modular architecture and virtual twin platform create a cutting-edge medical facility that is custom-designed to fight pandemics.

The whole facility can be planned, tested, constructed and operational within 100 days. But while AKILA Care is about speed and agility, it is not about quick fixes. When you invest in AKILA Care, you get a durable, high-efficiency medical asset that is built to deliver 20+ years of high-value medical treatment and protection against future infectious-disease crises.

BECOME FULLY OPERATIONAL IN 100 DAYS
Modular design & construction.
FULLY EQUIPPED, TURN-KEY SOLUTION
Power station to medical equipment.
TAILOR-MADE FOR INFECTIOUS DISEASES
Advanced tech to remove the risk of cross-contamination.
DIGITALIZED WITH 3DEXPERIENCE© PLATFORM
Digital optimization from engineering to operations & maintenance.
20+ YEARS OF LONG-LASTING VALUE
Anti-infection medical infrastructure that is built to last.

ALLIES IN INNOVATON

Aden Group

Aden Group is a pioneer in the tech, energy and sustainability-oriented optimization of buildings and cities. Headquartered in Shanghai and active in 25+ countries, Aden has been an active contributor to the fight against COVID-19 from day one, blending advanced automation and digital solutions with on-the-ground operations from its expertly-trained staff. With a 20-year history, 1,500 partners and 26,000 employees, Aden has developed a deep, cross-sector understanding of facility operations and a powerful network to deliver its solutions in any setting. For more information about Aden, visit www.adenservices.com/en

Dassault Systèmes

Dassault Systèmes, the 3DEXPERIENCE Company, is a catalyst for human progress. Dassault Systèmes provides business and people with collaborative 3D virtual environments to imagine sustainable innovations. By creating virtual experience twins of the real world with its 3DEXPERIENCE© platform and applications, Dassault Systèmes’ customers push the boundaries of innovation, learning and production. Dassault Systèmes brings value to more than 270,000 customers of all sizes, in all industries, in more than 140 countries. For more information about Dassault Systèmes, visit www.3ds.com

Strategic Partners

CSCEC Third Bureau

Part of the world’s largest engineering and construction company, CSCEC Third Bureau is the industry leader behind the rapidly emergency hospitals in Wuhan during the COVID-19 crisis.

China National Pharmaceutical Foreign Trade Corporation

Also known as Sinopharm Foreign Trade, is a manufacturer and internationally licensed exporter of pharmaceuticals and all types of medical equipment.

A history of success

The consortium behind AKILA Care brings first-hand experience from a number of past healthcare facility projects. Many of these have been in direct response to health crises and disasters; each time, we found solutions that turned challenge into an opportunity for innovation and preparation for the next crisis.

Wuhan (2020) – Fighting on the front-lines of COVID-19

In February 2020, the Chinese city of Wuhan constructed an emergency hospital to tackle the outbreak of COVID-19. It took just 10 days. We were there on the ground, developing, constructing and maintaining this groundbreaking medical facility.

60,000
sqm
1,000
beds
2
floors
30
ICUs

Somalia (2018) – Long-term medical infrastructure in a developing nation

When Aden’s JV, Rapid, constructed and began turn-key operations for the EU diplomatic compound in Mogadishu there were many challenges: a country with few established institutions, high needs for staff and high security concerns.

We quickly established a cutting-edge medical facility, fully equipped to serve the medical needs of staff and visiting dignitaries. In 2020, with COVID-19 spreading in East Africa, the compound was able to prevent the virus spreading, using a range of protective, preventive and informational campaigns, as well as strict rotation management and quarantine measures.

West Africa (2013-2016) - Combating Ebola

2013 saw West Africa struck by the worst outbreak of Ebola in history. Our immediate response was to design the concept and structures for an innovative series of WHO-standard Ebola Care Units and field hospitals specifically designed for affected regions across Western and Central Africa.

UAE (2012) – Caliphate Hospital

Built by China Construction Middle East Corporation and MCM Consortium, Caliphate Hospital is a specialized hospital for the diagnosis and treatment of cancer, with an investment of approximately 240 million USD. The main building of the hospital has an area of 60,000 sqm and the area within its walls includes 200,000 sqm and roads and green areas. The hospital provides 248 beds including 7 VIP wards and 2 helipads for emergency and VIP use.

Botswana (2009) - Bokamaso Hospital

Bokamaso is a large private hospital covering an area of 120,000 sqm (construction area approximately 15,781 sqm). The first floor is divided into 6 areas: outpatient clinics, a children's ward, obstetrics and gynecology ward, an operation center, an emergency center and a special care center. The second floor is mainly reserved for offices and wards.

China (2002) - Learning from SARS

When SARS struck China, Aden was on the frontline of the epidemic. Managing operations at several major hospitals, as well as industrial and commercial sites across China, meant that Aden was called to take fast, decisive action to ensure comprehensive disinfection and hygiene measures. We launched large-scale disinfection campaigns through the crisis to keep our partners’ sites and people safe and productive.

The SARS crisis was a time of huge global concern, but also a hotbed of innovation that ushered in many of the digital innovations that have driven Aden’s solutions and the Chinese economy to this day.

A history of success

The consortium behind AKILA Care brings first-hand experience from a number of past healthcare facility projects. Many of these have been in direct response to health crises and disasters; each time, we found solutions that turned challenge into an opportunity for innovation and preparation for the next crisis.

Wuhan
(2020)
Wuhan (2020) – Fighting on the front-lines of COVID-19

In February 2020, the Chinese city of Wuhan constructed an emergency hospital to tackle the outbreak of COVID-19. It took just 10 days. We were there on the ground, developing, constructing and maintaining this groundbreaking medical facility.

60,000
sqm
1,000
beds
2
floors
30
ICUs

Somalia
(2018)
Somalia (2018) – Long-term medical infrastructure in a developing nation

When Aden’s JV, Rapid, constructed and began turn-key operations for the EU diplomatic compound in Mogadishu there were many challenges: a country with few established institutions, high needs for staff and high security concerns.

We quickly established a cutting-edge medical facility, fully equipped to serve the medical needs of staff and visiting dignitaries. In 2020, with COVID-19 spreading in East Africa, the compound was able to prevent the virus spreading, using a range of protective, preventive and informational campaigns, as well as strict rotation management and quarantine measures.

West Africa
(2013-2016)
West Africa (2013-2016) - Combating Ebola

2013 saw West Africa struck by the worst outbreak of Ebola in history. Our immediate response was to design the concept and structures for an innovative series of WHO-standard Ebola Care Units and field hospitals specifically designed for affected regions across Western and Central Africa.

UAE
(2012)
UAE (2012) – Caliphate Hospital

Built by China Construction Middle East Corporation and MCM Consortium, Caliphate Hospital is a specialized hospital for the diagnosis and treatment of cancer, with an investment of approximately 240 million USD. The main building of the hospital has an area of 60,000 sqm and the area within its walls includes 200,000 sqm and roads and green areas. The hospital provides 248 beds including 7 VIP wards and 2 helipads for emergency and VIP use.

Botswana
(2009)
Botswana (2009) - Bokamaso Hospital

Bokamaso is a large private hospital covering an area of 120,000 sqm (construction area approximately 15,781 sqm). The first floor is divided into 6 areas: outpatient clinics, a children's ward, obstetrics and gynecology ward, an operation center, an emergency center and a special care center. The second floor is mainly reserved for offices and wards.

China
(2002)
China (2002) - Learning from SARS

When SARS struck China, Aden was on the frontline of the epidemic. Managing operations at several major hospitals, as well as industrial and commercial sites across China, meant that Aden was called to take fast, decisive action to ensure comprehensive disinfection and hygiene measures. We launched large-scale disinfection campaigns through the crisis to keep our partners’ sites and people safe and productive.

The SARS crisis was a time of huge global concern, but also a hotbed of innovation that ushered in many of the digital innovations that have driven Aden’s solutions and the Chinese economy to this day.