Jordan Inaugurates Its First Smart Mosque

Amman, Jordan, inaugurated its first smart mosque, “Makkah Khamees,” as part of a broader initiative to enhance mosque services through modern technology, MSN reported yesterday.

According to the article, the Jordanian government aims to extend this smart system to mosques nationwide, emphasizing cost-saving benefits and comprehensive control of mosque components.

The system allows real-time monitoring, automatic alerts for issues, and electronic management of prayer timings, lighting, air conditioning, and door operations.

The smart mosque project is seen as a pioneering step towards building a sustainable society, with various facilities like a women’s prayer hall and a Quranic center.

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