Saudi Arabia recently introduced a new robotics system designed to dispense Zamzam between pilgrims in both the holy places of Mecca and Medina to preserve social distance and limit contacts to decrease the transmission of COVID-19.

According to the reports, Abdul Rahman Al Sudais, Head of the President-General for Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques of Mecca and Medina, has started this new robotic method to distribute holy waters to both places.

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“Modern technology is increasingly used to benefit the human race, in particular, during the coronavirus pandemic which, Allah willingly, helps protect worshipers in the two Sacred Mosques.”

According to the official sources, Pilgrims do not have to wait to relieve their thirst or share their bottles with someone else. These robots have a six-tier autonomous control system and can function without intrusion for five to eight hours.

The designed robots operate following a programmed control framework and at six levels that ensure a strong and ecological environment and intelligently analyse the requirements for sterilisation. They are meant to limit the risk of Zamzam water contamination. According to sources.

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