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Title

Autonomous Mobile-Based Model for Tawaf / Sa’ay Rounds Counting with Supported Supplications from the Quran and Sunna’a

Author

Nashwan Alromema

Citation

Vol. 22  No. 12  pp. 205-211

Abstract

Performing the rituals of Hajj and Umrah is an obligation of Allah Almighty to all Muslims from all over the world. Millions of Muslims visit the holy mosques in Makkah every year to perform Hajj and Umrah. One of the most important pillars in Performing Hajj/Umrah is Tawaf and Sa’ay. Tawaf finished by seven rounds around the holy house (Al-Kabaa) and Sa’ay is also seven runs between As-Safa and Al-Marwa. Counting/knowing the number of runs during Tawaf/Sa’ay is one of the difficulties that many pilgrims face. The pilgrim's confusing for counting (Tawaf/Sa'ay) rounds finished at a specific time leads pilgrims to stay more time in Mataff bowl or Masa’a run causing stampedes and more crowded as well as losing the desired time for prayers to get closer to Almighty Allah in this holy place. These issues can be solved using effective crowd management systems for Tawaf/Sa'ay pillars, which is the topic of this research paper. While smart devices and their applications are gaining popularity in helping pilgrims for performing Hajj/Umrah activities efficiently, little has been dedicated for solving these issues. We present an autonomous Mobile-based framework for guiding pilgrims during Tawaf/Sa'ay pillars with the aid of GPS for points tracking and rounds counting. This framework is specially designed to prevent and manage stampedes during Tawaf/Sa'ay pillars, by helping pilgrims automatically counting the rounds during Tawaf/Sa’ay with supported Supplications (in written/audio form with different languages) from the Quran and Sunna’a.

Keywords

Mobile Model, GPS, Tawaf, Sa’ay, Mobile-App, GPS, FOG.

URL

http://paper.ijcsns.org/07_book/202212/20221226.pdf