Introduction

The kiosk is the main launcher for ZBOS operated machines or robots. Since the kiosk needs to be highly customizable (a robot functioning in an airport needs different functions compared to a robot in a hotel for example), a tool has been provided to end-users in the ZBOS Control app.

The Kiosk Editor can be used to edit the content and styling of the kiosk (including the action-button if applicable). These settings are then stored as separate datasets, which can be selected to suit the specific circumstances.

The Kiosk Editor can be accessed without connecting to a robot in the ZBOS Control app. However, the functionality will be severely limited when using this configuration (e.g. linking images or apps will not be possible).

The structure for a kiosk can look like this:

KioskDiagram
A default kiosk is available on every ZBOS powered robot that cannot be edited. To edit the default kiosk, import it to the Kiosk Editor and save the dataset with a different filename.

Summary

To create a new dataset for the kiosk, please use the following steps:

  • Step 1 – Create a new kiosk dataset

  • Step 2 – Save the dataset locally

  • Step 3 – Edit the dataset

  • Step 4 – Save the dataset locally

  • Step 5 – Upload the dataset to the robot

  • Step 6 – Repeat step 3-5 until the desired end result is achieved.

Some images used may need to be manually altered to contain the correct resolution/screen-size for display. (For James, the resolution should be 1280 x 800, while for Cruzr the default resolution is 1920 * 1040).

Terminology

Item

The icon displayed in the kiosk where users can tap to start the programmed actions.

Action

The action the robot will execute when tapping an icon (e.g. play a composition, start an app, …)

Gradient

A type of styling, where one color is set at the top, and one on the bottom. The colors will then fade from one to the other.

Subtitles

The bottom of the kiosk, where the recognized voice command is shown.

Dataset

The collection of data that will be sent to the robot and used in the kiosk-screen of the robot.

Local (storage)

This refers to the data stored on the tablet or smartphone where ZBOS Control has been installed.

Translation-matrix

A table containing the values of the name of every item in the dataset, as well as the translated terms.

Color-wheel

A tool to select a color used for styling the kiosk(-items).

Action button

A button or sensor on the robot that is used to immediately start an action.

Actions overlay

A sub-kiosk that will be shown when the action button is pressed (or touched) if more han one action is linked.

Color-wheel

When tapping the color-field, the following options are shown:

Colorwheel

The following parts can be discerned:

  1. Color-selector screen: Tap anywhere in the field to choose the color-shade.

  2. Preview: Contains the selected color

  3. Color slider: Slide the pointer to change the hue of the color-selector screen.

  4. Opacity slider: Slide the pointer to change how transparent the color is.

  5. Numerical values: Enter the RGB, HEX or HSLA values directly to select the color.

  6. Used colors: Contains a list of previously used colors.

Usage

There are 2 main options to define a new color, specifically:

  1. Using the color-slider, color-selector and opacity to manually specify a color (in that order).

  2. Using numerical values to enter a value.

  • The values in the field used colors are based on the current page of the dataset. This implies that values used in other folders or datasets will not be shown in this list.

  • Tap the arrows next to the field numerical values to switch between entering RGBA, HSLA or HEX-codes.

  • When entering a value using the field numerical values, the color-selector, color-slider and opacity will be filled in accordingly.

Getting started

Tap the edit-button ( md edit ) below the Kiosk-app in the Apps-page of ZBOS Control to display the Editor-page.

OpeningEditor

Creating a new kiosk dataset

A new kiosk dataset will automatically have been created once the kiosk editor is first opened. Tap the option New in the Menu Kiosk to manually create a new dataset.

CreateNewDataset

A prompt will be shown asking if a new dataset can be created if a dataset is already loaded.

PromptNew
Selecting a default kiosk-language
This language will be used for both display- and speech-purposes.

Every kiosk-dataset requires at least one language to be defined.

DefaultLanguage

Editing a kiosk-dataset

For this chapter, a blank dataset will be used to illustrate how to:

The kiosk editor allows for a dataset with settings for the action-button to be uploaded to non-James robots, it simply won’t do anything.

Adding a new item to the kiosk dataset

This option is not available while previewing the dataset.

Tap the add-button ( md add ) to add a new item to the kiosk.

AddingIcon

Adding a new item will automatically open the settings for the new item.

Item-settings

Once the editing-modal has been opened (by adding a new icon or editing an existing icon), the properties-list for the icon will be shown.

IconSettings

See the chapter Editing an existing item in the kiosk dataset on how to open the settings for an existing item.

The text-size and color needs to be set in the settings for the kiosk-dataset, and cannot be set for individual icons.
Type of the kiosk-icon

The first option to set for the icon is to set what should happen when the user taps the icon. Simply put, what should the robot do when the user taps the icon?

List of Item types

The following list contains all available types available for a kiosk-item.

TypeList
List of icon-types
The type None has been created so the items in the kiosk can be placed anywhere on the grid by adding blank entries.
Type Action Additional settings

None

No functions linked

None

Folder

Displays a folder containing other icons.

Top menu bar title

Enter a title that will be displayed in the kiosk when the folder is opened.

Application

Start an app that has been installed on the robot.

Application

Select the app (or apk) to launch or resume.

Data

Enter additional information in the added field the app needs to start (e.g. data_source ZoraBots to launch the ZoraBots survey stored in the ZBOS Survey app).

Image

Displays an image in full-screen on the tablet.

Image

Select the image to be shown from the list of uploaded media on the robot.

Video

Displays a video (with some controls) on the robot.

Video

Select the video-file to play from the list of uploaded media on the robot.

Audio

Plays a music-file in the background and shows the additional controls.

Audio

Select the audio-file to play from the list of uploaded media on the robot.

Composition

Start playing an uploaded composition

Composition

Select the composition to be played from the list of uploaded compositions.

Website

Displays a website in the built-in Kiosk

Url

Enter the link to the external website in the additional field.

Mqtt

This option will not be covered in this manual.

Shortcut

Links back to an existing folder in the kiosk.

Shortcut

Select the named folder to navigate back to available folders in the dataset.

Call Help

The robot calls for help using the VoIP-system configured on the robot.

None

  • Double tap the folder-icon to open the content. Tap the back-arrow on the top to return to the folder above the current one.

  • ZBOS Control needs to be connected to a robot to load any dynamic content (e.g. list of compositions, media, …​).

  • The media-files and compositions must be stored on the robot before they can be linked in a kiosk-datasource.

  • Nameless folders will be displayed as (folder) when creating a shortcut.

  • The settings for the VoIP can only be changed in the settings of the robot, and cannot be entered in the kiosk-dataset.

Name

Tap the option Name to alter the title _of the kiosk-item. The name will be displayed in the top-left of the item.

Voice commands

Tap the button Voice commands to open the list of voice commands.

VoiceCommandModal

Enter the term the end-user can say in the specified language to start the item in the kiosk. The default entries will not be used for any other language.

The robot still needs to be listening by using the wakeword (e.g. OK James) before the robot will listen to the command.
The languages for this modal need to be set in the translation-matrix for the kiosk.
Icon

Tap the option Icon to select an image stored on the robot to be shown as an icon. This icon will be displayed in the bottom-right of the icon.

If an app is selected as type but no icon has been defined, the default-icon for the app will be shown instead.
Background

There are 2 types available to set as background for the item, specifically a solid color or a gradient of two colors. Both options use a color-wheel to select the color(s).

Color

If this option is selected, a color-wheel will be shown where the background-color can be selected. For more information, see the chapter color-wheel.

Gradient

If this option is selected, 2 colors can be specified, specifically a top color and a bottom color. The background for the component will then be filled in gradually to flow from the top color into the bottom one.

Follow-up

In this option, you can select the type of action that the robot should take once the action linked in the icon has run its course (e.g. video/composition has ended, app is closed, …​).

For the available types of actions and follow-ups, see the list of icon-types.

A folder cannot be specified as a follow-up action, but a shortcut can be linked to go to the specified folder.
Advanced

Show

Tap the option Show to show or hide the icon in the kiosk.

Samples of items used in the kiosk

The following samples show some configurations for kiosk-items.

Application
The required application must already be present on the robot before it can be selected in the list.
  • Configuration:

SampleBrowser
  • Output:

SampleBrowserOutput
  • On tap:

Google Chrome app will be shown.

  • Notes

    • This icon contains the title Browser but is linked to Google Chrome. This can of course be customized further by linking other apps (e.g. Firefox, Safari, …​) to this item.

    • The default icon isn’t displayed in the editor on ZBOS Control, it will only be shown on the robot.

Survey dataset

A special case can be made for a Survey dataset, specifically the data_source attribute can be set to launch a specific dataset instead of launching the app showing the selection-screen with all available datasets.

  • Configuration of the item:

SurveySample
  • Tablet-output:

SurveySampleOutput
  • On tap:

The survey-app will be shown with the correct dataset loaded.

  • Notes

    • The selected datasource for the survey-app needs to be stored on the robot.

    • The Name is capital-sensitive.

Editing an existing item in the kiosk dataset

Tap the icon to be edited to select it. This will display additional options at the bottom of the editor. Next, tap the icon md edit to open the properties of the selected item.

EditIcon

For more information on the properties of icons, see the chapter Item-settings.

Deleting an item from the kiosk dataset

Tap the icon to be edited to select it. This will display additional options at the bottom of the editor. Next, tap the icon to delete the item from the dataset.

DeleteIcon

This will open a popup asking for confirmation to delete the icon. Tap the option Accept to permanently delete the icon from the kiosk.

Moving an item’s position in the kiosk dataset

Tap an icon to select it and show the additional actions that can be taken at the bottom of the editor. Use the arrows to move the selected icon to its new position on the map.

When moving an icon up or down, it will be inserted into the position, and the other elements will be moved further in the sequence.
MovingIcon
  • Example: Moving the dark-orange icon up

Before: After:

MovingItems Before

MovingItems After

As seen in the image, the icon will be moved to the position while the rest of the icons will be moved further down in the sequence.

Editing the settings of the kiosk dataset

So far, only the content of the kiosk has been edited. Next, the settings (including the styling) will be demonstrated.

Name of the dataset

By default, the new dataset will be called Untitled. Tap the icon md edit to show a modal asking for a new name for the dataset.

EditKioskName

Enter the new name for the dataset and tap the button Accept in the modal to apply the new name to the dataset.

If no name has been entered, this modal will be shown automatically when saving or uploading the dataset.
Title of the main page

Tap the icon md edit next to the title to open a modal asking for a new title for the kiosk.

EditKioskTitle
If no title has been provided, the ZBOS-logo will be shown instead if no custom icon has been defined.
Editing the style of the dataset
The changes will be applied to the dataset immediately.

Tap the icon to show to open the settings for the current dataset. Tap the option Style to show the available options for the styling of the kiosk.

OpenStyleSettings

The following options can be modified and edited in the current version of the Kiosk Editor:

StyleSettings
Top menu bar
  • Icon

Tap the icon md arrow dropdown (or the name of the current icon) to display a list of available images to set in the title-bar of the kiosk.

Change the selection back to Default to display the title(s) instead of the icon.

Font Size

Tap this field to enter the size of the text in the title bar.

Changing this option doesn’t increase the height of the icon.
Font Color
  • Default color

Tap this field to set the primary color, used by:

  • Radiating microphone

  • Selected setting

  • Text-color in the voice-overlay (when the robot is speaking)

  • Accent font color

Tap this field to set the accent color, used by:

  • Microphone icon

  • Unselected setting

  • Additional controls in the kiosk (back/home/pause/stop)

Background
  • Type

Tap the option Type to set the type of content to use as a background for the entire dataset. The background can be set as a single color, a gradient of two colors or as an image.

Color

If this option is selected, a color-wheel will be shown where the background-color can be selected. For more information, see Color-wheel

Gradient

If this option is selected, 2 colors can be specified, specifically a top color and a bottom color. The background for the component will then be filled in gradually to flow from the top color into the bottom one.

Image

If this option is selected, an image stored on the robot can be chosen to be used as background for the kiosk.

IconSelection
Menu

The menu-bar (displayed at the top of the kiosk on the robot) can also be customized in terms of color and styling.

Font color

Tap this option to change the setting for the color of the text in the title-bar. This option uses a color-wheel to set the appropriate color (with transparency). See Color-wheel for more options.

Background color

Change this setting to set the background-color for the title-bar. This option uses a color-wheel to set the appropriate color (with transparency). See Color-wheel for more options.

Kiosk item

The following section sets the option for the text for all the kiosk-items.

Font size

Tap this option to change the font size of the text of the items (optional) in the kiosk.

Font color

Change this setting to set the font color for the text of the items (optional) using a color-wheel.

Editing the action-button

This option is currently only available for James-robots.

A dedicated button (action button) can be configured to immediately start an action (e.g. immediately calling for help using the VoIP / SIP system) when a specified button is pressed. However, multiple actions can be assigned to the button as well. To display the choice of action to take, an overlay will be shown with the available options when the action-button is pressed. This actions overlay has less customizable features (e.g. title-bar can no longer be edited) to keep the design as efficient as possible.

The following sequence can be used to set the action(s) for the action-button:

  1. Enable the action-button (with options) in the dataset

  2. Open the action-button-page in the kiosk-editor and edit the linked action(s)

  3. Return to the main kiosk and save (and upload) the dataset

If only a single item is present in the actions overlay, it will not be shown when the button is pressed and the linked action will be executed immediately.
Enable the action-button

Tap the option Settings in the menu ( md options ) of the kiosk editor to open the settings for the action-button.

OpenActionButtonModal

The following options can be defined for the action-button:

ActionButtonModal
  • Enable

    • If this option is enabled, the option Action-button will be shown in the title-bar and the action-button-page can be configured.

  • Robot listens

    • If this option is enabled, the robot will automatically listen for voice-commands. This means the user no longer needs to state OK James.

  • Robot asks question

    • If this option is enabled, the robot will politely ask if help is needed once the action-button is pressed.

  • Automatic close time (s)

    • Set the time (in seconds) after which the action-button will automatically return to the main kiosk if no action has been taken.

The options Robot asks question, Robot listens and Automatic close time will only be applicable if more than one item has been defined in the action-button-page.
Editing the actions linked to the action-button

Tap the (newly available) option Action Button in the menu-bar to open the action-button page..

ActionButtonPageOpen
ActionButtonPage

The action-button can be configured like the icons in the normal kiosk (with a few less options).

If only one option is set in the action-button page, it will be executed immediately instead of displaying the action-button-page.
Return to the main editor

Tap the button close ( md close ) in the top right corner to return to the main kiosk.

CloseActionButtonPage

Once back in the main kiosk, it is highly recommended to save the dataset (and upload it to the robot).

Editing the translations

Since ZBOS-powered robots have use multiple languages that can be displayed, translations (may) need to be added to the new dataset.

If the display-language is changed to a language for which no translations have been entered in the matrix, the terms in the default language will be used.
1. Opening the translation-matrix

Tap the button Translations in the menubar of the kiosk-editor to open the translation-matrix.

OpenTranslations
2. Adding a language to the translation-matrix

Tap the button Add Language in the top-right corner of the modal to add a new language to the translation-matrix. Tap a language from the list in the shown modal to add it to the translation-matrix.

Any unnamed terms for the default language will be shown in red.
TranslationMatrix Single
3. Adding (some) terms to the translation-matrix

After adding a language to the kiosk, an additional column is added to the translation-matrix. Enter the translations for the titles of icons or folders in the row corresponding to the list. For example: The term Titel van de hoofdkiosk can be entered in the same row in the Dutch column as Title of the main Kiosk in the English column.

TranslationMatrix Double
4. Setting the default language

Tap the shown language with the icon next to the field marked Default languages to display a list of languages in the translation-matrix. Tap any of the languages shown to use the terms used in said language as default values (meaning these terms will be used if no specific translations are available).

The changes in the translation-matrix are applied immediately and will be shown in the kiosk-editor if the option Preview has been selected.
5. Closing the translation-matrix

Tap the icon md check in the top corner of the modal or tap outside the modal to close the translation-matrix.

6. Show a preview of the dataset (optional)

Tap the icon md edit to open a modal showing the available display-languages to preview the display of the kiosk in a specified language.

PreviewModal

Tap a language in the list to show the titles of folders and icons as they would be shown on an actual robot.

To edit values again, tap the icon md edit and select the option Edit mode to edit the values of the kiosk-icons again.

Managing datasets

After fully customizing the kiosk-dataset to the meet the requirements, the kiosk needs to be stored somewhere. Other than saving the kiosk in ZBOS Control, the dataset also needs to be displayed and stored on the robot.

To upload a kiosk to a robot, ZBOS Control needs to be connected to the robot.

Saving the kiosk dataset locally

Tap the option Save locally to store the dataset in the app, with the specified name.

SaveLocally
The storage of the kiosk-dataset is not name-sensitive, implying that multiple kiosks with the same name can be shown. This is not recommended however.

Uploading the kiosk dataset to the robot

Tap the option Upload to robot to store the kiosk dataset on the connected robot.

UploadToRobot
In the latest version, if a kiosk is uploaded that isn’t currently active, ZBOS Control will ask to switch to the recently uploaded dataset. If the uploaded kiosk is active, the content will be updated instead. The latter option could take a few seconds.

Storing compositions externally

Besides storing datasets in the app or on the robot, it is also possible to backup the datasets to external devices, and restore these datasets from their backups.

Exporting datasets

Tap the button Import in the Kiosk-menu to export a stored dataset to the connected device.

ExportDataset

Select whether or not the media-files used in the dataset (e.g. icons) should be exported as a zip-file. Tap the option next to the datasource to download the dataset.

ExportModal
  1. The dataset will be downloaded as a .kiosk file and the multimedia-files will be compressed into a .zip file. The latter can be directly uploaded to another robot using the Multimedia-page, no need to extract the individual files and uploading them one by one.

  2. If the option Download the media files is selected, the download may take some time due to the compression of the media-files before the download.

Importing datasets

This will overwrite the dataset in ZBOS Control if it exists.

Tap the button Import in the Kiosk-menu to restore an exported dataset or open the dataset on another device or platform.

ImportDataset

Tap the option Select file in the modal and navigate to the location of the stored dataset on the device. Select it to enter the value in the field.

ImportModal

Tap the option button Import to upload the dataset to ZBOS Control.

This will only create or replace the dataset stored on ZBOS Control. Load the dataset to view the restored content in the editor.

Kiosk Tutorial

To further illustrate the use of the Kiosk editor in ZBOS Control, this chapter will provide the basic steps to create a demo-kiosk.

  • The required media-files need to have been stored on the robot. Use the Multimedia-page to upload them to the robot.

  • To view the icons and background-images used in the kiosk editor, ZBOS Control needs to be connected to the robot.

  • Previews are not available in Cloud Control.

Basic layout of the kiosk

For this tutorial, the following kiosk will be used:

TutorialKiosk

Procedure

To create the kiosk, I (personally) would recommend using the following steps:

  1. Create or update the necessary compositions and upload them to the robot

  2. Download and install the necessary apps

  3. Upload the media-files to be used as links

  4. Create the basic layout of the kiosk in the editor

  5. Add the logos and styling to the kiosk

Steps 1-3 will not be explained in this chapter, see the corresponding chapters in the manual for more information on the related topics.

Creating the layout of the kiosk

As stated earlier, make sure all the necessary compositions or media-files that need to be linked are available on the robot and that ZBOS Control can connect to the robot.

Opening the Editor

Tap the md edit icon below the kiosk-app to open the editor.

OpeningEditor

Creating a new kiosk

Tap the button New in the Kiosk-menu to create a new, blank dataset.

CreateNewDataset

Once a new dataset has been created, a default language needs to be specified for the kiosk.

DefaultLanguage
The terms used for the display will be used for non-translated languages as well.

Edit the name of the kiosk

Before continuing with editing the content of the kiosk, it is highly recommended to save the kiosk dataset locally. First, enter a name for the kiosk-dataset.

Tap the md edit icon next to the name of the dataset to edit the name.

EditKioskName

Enter a new and unique name for the dataset (e.g. Tutorial).

The name used in this chapter for the tutorial-dataset is Tutorial.

Save the dataset locally

Tap the button Save locally to store the dataset in ZBOS Control.

SaveLocally

A message will be shown when the dataset has been stored correctly.

Edit the content of the kiosk

The content can be edited at any time. However, do keep in mind to save regularly when editing the dataset.

Creating the Media-folder

Tap the icon to add a new item to the kiosk. Enter the following settings to create the Media-folder.

MediaFolder
  1. Select the Folder type from the available types

  2. Enter the display-name shown in the main folder for the item

  3. Enter the title for the menu-bar

  4. Check if the item will be shown in the kiosk

  5. Tap the md check icon to apply the changes.

The option Show in the advanced settings is enabled by default.
Opening the media-folder

Double-tap the folder-icon in the editor to show the content of the items in the folder.

FolderContentBlank
  • Changing the title in the folder will also change the setting of the folder-icon in the folder above if no custom logo has been defined.

  • The background for the main kiosk will be used for the sub-folder as well.

Adding the image icon

Tap the icon to add a new item to the kiosk. Enter the following settings to create the Image-icon.

Image
  1. Set the type of action for the item to Image

  2. Enter the display-name of the icon

  3. Select the image to be displayed from the list of images on the robot

  4. Tap the md check icon to apply the changes.

Adding the video icon

Tap the icon to add a new item to the kiosk. Enter the following settings to link the Video to the kiosk.

Video
  1. Set the type of action for the item to Video

  2. Enter the display-name of the item

  3. Select the video to be displayed from the list of videos stored on the robot

  4. Tap the md check to apply the changes.

A demo-video labeled BBB (Big Buck Bunny) is available by default on the robot.
Creating the Demo-composition

Tap the icon to add a new item to the kiosk. Enter the following settings to create the Demo-composition.

DemoComposition
  1. Set the type of action for the item to Composition

  2. Enter the display-name for the item

  3. Select the Demo-composition from the list of compositions stored on the robot.

  4. Check if the icon will be shown in the kiosk

  5. Tap the md check icon to apply the changes.

Creating a blank entry

The item-type None has been designed specifically for this purpose.

Other than the item-type, the background-color also needs to be set to be completely transparent (or no opacity).

Tap the icon to add a new item to the kiosk. Enter the following settings for the blank entry:

BlankEntry
  1. Set the type of action for the item to None

  2. Leave the name blank

  3. Make sure no icon has been selected

  4. Set the opacity to 0

  5. Check to see if the option show has been selected

  6. Tap the md check icon to apply the changes.

Edit the Android-settings so the tapping-noises are not heard. Otherwise, some end-users might be confused when tapping the blank space and hearing something is selected, while nothing is happening.
Add the App to the dataset

To demonstrate how an application can be linked in the kiosk, a ZoraBots survey will be used in this example. Note however, that if the survey-dataset isn’t stored on the robot, the selection-screen in the Survey app (with all available datasets) will be shown instead.

Tap the icon to add a new item to the kiosk. Enter the following settings to create the Demo-composition.

App
  1. Set the type of action for the item to Application

  2. Enter the display-name for the item (App)

  3. Select the application Zorabots Survey from the list of apps available on the robot

  4. Enter the name of the Survey dataset for the data_source variable.

  5. Remember to set the background-color correct again (will be changed to the last known colour by default).

  6. Check to if the option show has been selected

  7. Tap the md check icon to apply the changes.

This list will only be updated once the kiosk-editor is opened. If the app is installed while the kiosk-editor-page is shown in ZBOS Control, the app will not be shown in the list. Navigate to another page before re-opening the kiosk editor to display the recently installed app.
Main Kiosk Result

The current tutorial-kiosk looks as follows:

MainKioskResult
Adding the styling to the main Kiosk
The styling can be added at any point, this is just a personal preference when editing a kiosk.

Once the content for the main kiosk has been created, the styling for the kiosk can be applied.

Only the background can be set for individual icons in the list, the other settings will be applied for all items in the kiosk (e.g. background and title-color).

Open the style-settings for the dataset and enter the styling for the situation.

OpenStyleSettings
Styling
  1. Set the custom logo off (Default)

  2. Set the font-size for the text in the menu-bar

  3. Set the color-scheme for the menu/microphone

  4. Set the type of background for the kiosk to Image and set the image from the stored images

  5. Set the size and color-scheme used by the top bar

  6. Set the size and font-color used by the icons in the kiosk

  7. Tap the md check icon to apply the changes.

If a custom logo is selected, no title(s) for menu(s) will be shown.

The end-result of the styling is shown in the kiosk editor.

MainKioskResultStyled
A lot of images are available on the website https://www.pixabay.com (free license) and icons can be found using the website https://www.iconfinder.com (using the settings: Price:Free and License Type:No link back ).
Uploading the kiosk to the robot
It is recommended to save the kiosk locally first before uploading the kiosk.

Once the kiosk has been completed in the editor, all that is left is to upload the kiosk to the robot.

UploadToRobot

Since this is a newly uploaded kiosk, a popup is shown asking to change to the uploaded kiosk-dataset. (requires Control v0.0.20+)

SwitchKioskPopup

Tap Yes to change the dataset on the robot and verify the result.

Fine-tuning the kiosk

In some (rare) cases, the background-image of the kiosk or the used icon don’t quite fit in the kiosk-theme. To change the settings for the icon, tap the selected icon and tap the md edit icon to open the settings for the icon again.

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When uploading the kiosk this time, no popup will be shown. Instead, the content of the kiosk will be updated once the dataset has been fully uploaded.

We sincerely hope this product has provided a valuable service to your home or business. Hopefully you will continue to provide us with the desired features or bugs which occurred in the workplace, so we can keep improving and expanding the product.

In case you need to contact us, please use the contact-information below.

Documentation Portal

https://docs.zoracloud.com

Website

https://zorabots.com/index.php/en/contact

Ticketing

https://zorabots.freshdesk.com

Telephone

+32 59 20 03 11

Address

Archimedesstraat 17
8400 Oostende
Belgium