Smart hospitals are connected, energy-efficient, and optmised to promote healing and wellbeing. 

A hospital needs to be a safe and functional environment – for patients, visitors and health care experts. Modern building solutions and clean room technology shape the future of our hospitals. They help create hospitals that are safer, more sustainable and more capable of adjusting to the changing needs of health care. The better your hospital works, the better is the patient experience, quality of treatment, safety and efficiency of your hospital. 

Smart hospitals transform environments

Smart hospitals are connected

Intelligent & connected

Traditional hospitals have their fair share of technology, however in a smart hospital, all systems and devices are meaningfully and intelligently interconnected to monitor and adjust to real-time information and conditions.

Healthcare professionals benefit

Healthcare professionals benefit

When the best technology is serving the users of the building, health care professionals can focus on their core task: treating patients.

Patients benefit

Patients benefit

Connected systems and devices optimise hospital processes and building performance. This means increased efficiency and safety for patients and conditions that support the healing processes.

Outcomes of hospital modernisations

  • Patient flow is seamless, effective and safe
  • Indoor conditions and air quality are excellent
  • Energy efficiency and cost effectiveness are optimised
  • Surgical capability and diagnostics are improved
  • Spaces can be adapted for different purposes
  • Remote medical care is supported
  • Critical systems for patients and the building have high redundancy and surveillance
  • Trustworthiness is reinforced in all aspects
Doctors in a hallway


Intelligent systems in complex environments

  • Smart access control
  • Minimising disturbances and interruptions
  • Surveillance and fire alarm systems
  • Intruder alarm system
  • Audio visual systems for patient alarms
  • Advanced medical gases systems
  • Public address systems (PA)
  • Data exchange and patient identification systems
  • Smart building management systems are at the heart of the hospital's performance, ensuring comfortable environments to support patient recovery and ensure critical systems including ventilation and climate conditions are always performing as they should. 
  • Climate control sensors
  • Use of renewable energies (for example geothermal energy)
  • High-performance ventilation for high-sterile environments, for example research laboratories and operation theatres.
  • Centralised lighting management systems
  • Energy-saving LED lights controlled with daylight and presence sensors

Cleanroom Technology

Researching and developing reliable products and solutions while adhering to strict regulations calls for secure laboratories that meet the highest possible standards. Cleanrooms address the need for contamination control in healthcare, life science, and other industries.

Person working in a cleanroom

What is a cleanroom?

A cleanroom enables maximum control of chosen variables such as the number of airborne particles. Many industries require a controlled process environment where the manufacturing process, regulations or industry agreements require minimum levels of airborne particles and maximum control of temperature, humidity, differential pressure and air flows.

Caverion builds and operates cleanrooms according to DIN ISO 14644 and GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice). Even in high security laboratories, Caverion can implement ventilation technology to the highest security level (BSL 4).

Cleanrooms in many industries

Cleanrooms are developed and designed for environments with high demands for hygiene, quality, flexibility, longevity, and lifecycle costs. Our cleanroom technology is already used in the following industries:

  • biotechnology
  • research
  • hospital technology
  • food technology
  • microbiology
  • medical technology
  • gene & laboratory technology
  • pharmaceutical industry

Smart Maintenance

Modernised and interconnected building solutions enjoy the full advantages of smart maintenance to ensure the hospital's uninterrupted oeration and optimal performance throughout its entire lifecylce:

  • High service availability, with 24-hour readiness
  • Highly competent, industry experienced personnel with deep technical knowledge
  • Focus on the Total Cost of Ownership and total responsibility for the hospital’s operation and maintenance
  • Long-term measures such as improving energy efficiency
  • Minimal disturbances and interruptions thanks to condition-based maintenance
  • Clear and well demonstrated maintenance plans

Maintaining hospitals is different from many other properties as they contain plenty of technical systems that have to function 24/7 in all circumstances. High patient flows and operating costs also call for holistic maintenance of the property.

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