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Easily set up a bespoke system using the Voice Dialogue Configurator

The Voice Dialogue Configurator, part of the standard application, can be used to create interoperable connection between movements of the end-user perceived and analysed by the Sens-Floor® from Future-Shape GmbH GmbH and our Aragon smart speaker that can then initiate a dialogue and interact with the end user. The dialog can be initiated either for a time event, or for an external event.

Node Red from the OpenJS Foundation simplifies the set up of system requirements, allowing integrators to configure complex needs with little or no coding experience.

The video below below demonstrates how easy it is to integrate Future-Shape GmbH ‘s Sens-Floor® technology with Aragon Voice Dialogue:

How to use the Voice Dialogue Configurator to create event-triggered voice prompts

Event-triggered voice dialogues are extremely useful to help a user remember to carry out certain tasks. These include tasks such as turning off lights when leaving a room. These dialogues increase safety markedly as Aragon can initiate a dialogue for confirmation of health status if movements of the user monitored by the Sens-Floor® are erratic, or a fall is detected.

An example of an event-triggered voice dialogue:

When the Sens-Floor® ascertains that a user is leaving the living room, the system asks “Would you like me to turn off the lights?” through Aragon. If the user replies “yes”, the system replies “OK, turning off the lights!” through Aragon.

For in-depth instructions on how to create an event-triggered dialogue:

How to use the Voice Dialogue Configurator to create time-triggered voice prompts

Time-triggered voice prompts can be enabled for a large variety of prompts to help the user with their daily routines, such as remembering to take their medication, to eat, or to drink regularly.

An example of an time-triggered voice prompt:

The Morning Medicine reminder application:

When the timer event is triggered, the user is asked “Did you take your medicine this morning?” If the user replies ‘yes’, the system responds “OK, good!”. If the user replies ‘no’ or nothing, the system responds “Please take your morning pills now!”.

For in-depth instructions on how to create an timed voice prompt: