‘Smart Haram’ Project to Pave Way for the implementation of Kingdom’s Vision 2030

The opening session of the Hajj and Umrah Services Conference and Exhibition «Hajj Expo 2023» in its second edition in Jeddah (Tuesday), which was titled “Quality and Competitiveness in Serving the Guests of Rahman, A Future Vision”, shed light on the efforts of the Kingdom and the wise leadership in serving the guests of Rahman.


It specifically discussed the Kingdom’s vision for developing the Hajj and Umrah sector. Rahman’s vision is to provide the highest standards of excellence and quality in the services it provides to its guests, and maintain its continuity and sustainability.


The main goal is for the Hajj experience to be enhanced with ease, since the pilgrims are obtaining visas for coming, living, visiting the Holy Mosques and historical sites, as well as completing many procedures in the Hajj system.” Said Tawfiq Al-Rabeeah, Minister of Hajj and Umrah, Head of the Hajj Program.


The General President for the Affairs of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque, Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais, revealed a plan that is being worked on, in cooperation with the Ministry of Communications and Technology, to launch the “Smart Campus” project by harnessing technology and expanding electronic applications and platforms to reach a comprehensive digital transformation.



Al-Sudais indicated that studies, research, plans, and meetings are still ongoing to draw up a plan for the smart campus project.


Al-Sudais indicated during the opening session that the presidency is working hard with the Ministry of Commerce and Industry to manufacture products that were made in Makkah and Madinah, especially for the Two Holy Mosques, calling on the Minister of Transport to “consider establishing a locomotive or train with vehicles designated for people with disabilities and the elderly, because they have the right to humanize services and quality of life.”


In his speech, he continued to say that the Smart Campus project also requires expansion in the technical aspect of translation, as there are only 24 languages so far in the presence of 60 countries, stressing that the expansion of translation, which will require technical efforts, will work to deliver the message of the Two Holy Mosques to the whole world in all languages and highlight the kingdom’s achievements.


He pointed out that the “Kingdom’s Vision 2030” programs brought about many changes in the Two Holy Mosques “in all development fields, for which more than 10,000 male and female employees were recruited to serve the Two Holy Mosques and more than 200 development departments and agencies with a qualified operational system in various fields and specializations.”

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