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11 Robots sanitize Grand Mosque in Makkah

By Neelam Rahim

Eleven robots are sent inside the Grand Mosque of Makkah to sanitise the holy site as a part of the pandemic control measures of the Services, Field Affairs and Environmental Protection Agency at the general President for the Affairs of the 2 Holy Mosques.

The robots will automatically sanitise all mosque areas and analyse sanitisation requirements to guard pilgrims and worshippers from bacterial threats.

With the programming of the mosque layout loaded into their systems, the robots will clean the mosque in keeping with attendance.

The robots use simultaneous localisation and mapping technology, which features a high-performance atomisation unit and battery charging feature.

Each robot works from five to eight hours without any human intervention. The device can carry up to 23.8 litres of sanitiser, consuming 2 litres per hour, to eliminate bacteria in a vicinity of 600 sq. m on each round. The robots can move for 3 km without any support from humans.

The robots feature a front detection system to avoid running into obstacles for up to 10 meters. The device carries a camera that contains a high-quality radar for mapping.

The intelligent robot device has obtained international certificates, including the European CE Quality Accreditation Certificate.

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