Up to 60 mosques in Dubai have been fitted with systems to achieve 25% in water savings.
Imdaad has fitted 1,387 aerators in the taps of 60 mosques it manages for Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department (IACAD).
The move is part of Imdaad's three-year integrated facilities management (IFM) contract with IACAD, including more than 500 mosques and 1,200 associated homes.
Jamal Abdullah Lootah, group CEO of Imdaad, told fmME that energy conservation systems will also be installed in 35% of the company’s mosque portfolio in Bur Dubai through its Imtedaad platform.
Imtedaad’s features include cognitive computing, predictive maintenance, machine-to-machine communication, automatic correction, real-time monitoring and asset tracking, and energy management.
The platform studies the performance of interconnected assets and provides co-related data analyses to produce recommendations and corrective actions for facility optimisation.
IACAD and Imdaad's renewable agreement is valued at $8.2m (AED30m) per annum.