[WMS-18869] - wms: added the display of battery level of W-AIR headsets and W-AIR devices firmware version on the WMS -> Devices -> W-AIR Devices page In case a headset is charging, the relevant icon is displayed next to the battery level indication.
Note: The support starts from WMS Beta 6.06.20240227.1.
[WMS-19252] - dev: added possibility to hang up a call by double-clicking on the AUX button and improved the logic so that parameters for retail mode are set on headsets automatically, once connected to the base station with the relevant configuration.
Note: The support starts from WMS Beta 6.06.20240227.1 and W-AIR firmware v 0730b0001.
x-hoppers Date: 12.02.2024
[WMS-18579] - x-hop: added possibility to enhance the feature of user authorisation via speech-to-text by enabling verification of users by voice. When the option is enabled, during user authorisation the system compares the voice of the user with user voices previously saved in the system and in case of a match, allows authorisation. This eliminates the risk of a user logging in under a different name.
WMS Beta 6.06.20240209.1.
Make sure assigning x-hoppers headsets to users via speech-to-text is enabled. For this, add following parameter to the /etc/systemd/system/pbx-data-engine.service.d/override.conf file: --xhop_voice_login true
For instructions on how to enable the feature, see the following documentation:x-hoppers Admin Guide(find the section “Enable user verification by voice”)
x-hoppers Date: 02.02.2024
[WMS-18885] - x-hop: added translations of x-hoppers Green Box Demo pages into French, Italian, German, and Spanish
You can select language on the initial setup page. If the box is already set up and you need to change the language, please contact support.
[WMS-18658] - x-hop: added possibility to enable the logic of assigning x-hoppers headsets to users via speech-to-text, by taking the headset from the charger and pronouncing the user name
The feature is disabled by default. To enable, add the following parameter to the /etc/systemd/system/pbx-data-engine.service.d/override.conf file:
When enabled, each time the headset is placed into the charger, it gets unassigned. When a user lifts the headset from the charger:
The user is asked to say their name
The user should pronounce the name and surname
The system looks for the user and assigns the headset to the user
Important: For the feature to start working on the headsets, follow one of the following procedures:
a) After enabling the feature, when using the headsets for the first time, users need to lift the headsets from the charger -> place into the charger -> lift from the charger again.
b) Alternatively, before performing the upgrade and activating the feature, unassign headsets via WMS (Devices -> choose device and click Assign to user -> in the Extension field, choose “unknown”). Then, when users lift the headsets from the charger, they need to press the Call button first.
Note: The support starts from WMS Beta 6.05.20240119.1.
[WMS-18862] - x-hop: added CLASSOUND DID to each PBX included in the Green Box, to ensure efficient calling experience and give possibility to showcase the remote joining of x-hoppers broadcasts using any device
[WMS-17236] - sys: added the possibility to increase x-hoppers volume in case of noisy environment.
Add the following parameters to the section [default_bridge]of the file /etc/callweaver/confbridge.conf: default_listening_volume=6
Where 6 is the preferred volume. The maximum value is 10. The default value for both parameters is 0.
Note: The support starts from WMS Beta 6.03.20230601.1.
x-hoppers Date: 25.04.2023
[WMS-15837] - x-hop: added possibility to record in-store conversations for x-hoppers and listen them via CDR-View
How to enable:
Add the following key to the /etc/systemd/system/pbx-data-engine.service.d/override.conf file: --conf-recording # vi /etc/systemd/system/pbx-data-engine.service.d/override.conf [Service] ExecStart= ExecStart=/usr/sbin/pbx_data_engine.py --conf_recording
Reload systemd and restart the service to apply the changes: # systemctl daemon-reload # systemctl restart pbx-data-engine
The support starts from WMS Beta 6.03.20230424.1.
The feature works only if there is an x-hoppers licence available.
Recording starts when user unmutes himself in the conference and starts talking.
Recording is not automatically stopped if user forgets to mute the headset.
For a new user who joins the conference, recording is automatically started even if the user is muted, and the recording file of about 3 seconds is saved on the PBX.
[WMS-16743] - x-hop: fixed an occasional issue in which x-hoppers headsets didn’t automatically rejoin the broadcast after a) having a call, b) going on hold, or c) going out of range
x-hoppers Date: 08 March 2023
[WMS-15807] - x-hoppers: added possibility to set up integration with Veesion, which allows to detect theft in retail stores in real time