- Automation & Control - Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition (SCADA)
- Functional Applications - Remote Monitoring & Control Systems
- Business Operation
- Water Utility Management
The mosque needed a way to test its water supply and whenever the system registers a potential problem with the ph, sourcing, distribution, or cleanliness needed to be alerted.
About The Customer
Masjid al-Haram, also known as the Sacred Mosque or the Grand Mosque, in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. Masjid al-Haram is the largest mosque in the world and houses the Kaaba, the object every Muslim faces during ritual prayer.
The supervisory control and data (SCADA) system used to monitor the mosque’s water supply is now being monitored by WIN-911’s alarm notification software, enabling the system to operate as a prevention control mechanism.
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