Flutter App for WMS
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WMS App

The voice-controlled warehouse management. To be used with wms-server. Implemented using Flutter.

Requirements and Building

Currently only works on Android, requires Flutter and a working Android SDK. Compilation can be done with flutter build apk on Linux in the cloned repo. The APK is then found in build/app/outputs/apk/release/app-release.apk.

Prebuilt APKs can also be directly downloaded in the releases sections.

The Google app (yes, the search app) must be installed on the target device as it contains the speech recognition APIs.

Usage

Activate listening (after setting up credentials, of course) by pressing the microphone button and saying “Hey, Pico”. You can then say a command after the “pling” tone. Currently available commands are: “pick”, “put away”, “help” and “repeat”. The rest of the following dialogue should be self-explainatory.

Say “cancel” at any point while recognition is on (it’s after a “pling”) to cancel the operation. You can start over then. Also, while saying something, you can add an “again” before the closing “pling” and the app will let you say it again.

When answering most dialogue questions, adding words is possible without problems. So “I would really like to pick some containers” will work just as well as a plain “pick” (maybe even better as recognition works better with longer sentences with context).

Container numbers can only be numbers, location names can be combinations of numbers and letters. Case and special characters are ignored.

Libraries

Uses Porcupine as a library for hotword detection.