Are you Future Ready
in the fight against COVID-19?
COVID-19 Mobile Apps
Platform agnostic/multi-language apps for symptom checking, monitoring & reporting and curated news, with integrations for contact tracing, telemedicine & EHR services.
Epidemic Management System
Serving our communities with mission critical solutions that track and trace incident reports in real-time, analyze patterns, and predict the risk of the disease spreading.
Increased patient demand
Expert resource & staff with critical skills to support rapid digital change and delivery, focused on service continuity.
Physical closure of contact centers
Enabling maintained patient contact and services via remote, patient contact centers.
Data & Security Continuity
Data & security regulatory compliance
Providing advisory services around data practices to ensure certainty of compliance during homeworking.
Increase in cyber security threats and attacks
Providing expert advice and assistance to ensure security is maintained during wide-scale change.
What our customers are saying
“UCLH – like all hospitals around the world – has been under unprecedented strain over these past months as we’ve responded to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our ability to treat patients effectively has depended heavily on our digital systems, and in particular on adapting our technical platforms to huge changes in the organisation of the hospital, widespread remote working, and new virtual visiting options for patients and relatives. Atos has been a core part of delivering this technical response…‘Rapid Remote Hospital’ activity has been a great example of close co-working and agile design and delivery, and I very much hope we will be able to take the best of this new working model forward in our future projects.”
Chief Technology Officer, University College London Hospitals (UCLH)
Atos and Erasmus Medical Center develop a model to predict intensive care capacity and disease progression of COVID-19
Healthcare IT Company simplifies data center operations, builds efficiencies for the future
The Spanish Ministry of Health and AENA choose Atos to manage the health control form process for all passengers flying to Spain
Atos has been chosen by…
Spanish National Center for Biotechnology uses Atos supercomputing expertise to find out how Covid-19 virus initiates infection
Atos announce that the Biocomputing Unit at the Spanish National Center…
Atos establishes Life Sciences Centre of Excellence to support researchers worldwide
Atos in agreement with the Wellcome Genome Campus, in Cambridgeshire, UK, today announces its global HPC, AI & Quantum Life Sciences Centre…
The virtual human: digital avatars that are advancing healthcare
Human bodies are incredibly complex machines; and each is unique. There is no single medication, clinical device or lifestyle that will work for everybody.…
University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne (URCA) uses Atos supercomputer to accelerate research against COVID-19
Atos announces that the University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne (URCA)’s supercomputer, named ROMEO, is now…
Atos and Siemens introduce Digital Twin solution within the global pharmaceutical industry
Atos, a global leader in digital transformation and Siemens, a global engineering leader, are working together with the pharmaceutical industry…
The role of digital twins in producing a COVID-19 vaccine
In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world is waiting for an effective vaccine as the only sustainable way to…
Atos looks beyond the Covid-19 crisis to help businesses prepare for the future
Atos anticipates what the world will look like after the Covid-19 crisis in a report published by…
Atos mobilizes technological expertise to fight Covid-19
Atos brings its technology leadership, skills and innovation resources to the global fight against Covid-19
How artificial intelligence, robotics and Big Data can support pandemic situations
Daniel Calvo Head of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics. Atos Research and InnovationOrlando Ávila Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Associated Head. Atos Research…
The UK’s Hartree Centre deploys Atos supercomputer for Coronavirus treatment research
Atos today reveals that one of the most advanced supercomputers in the world, the powerful BullSequana X1000 installed at The Science…