Getting Started

This page contains information to help you get started with the Voice Inspection Android application.

Initial Setup

Operators are instructed to "Please keep quiet for a few seconds" as the application gathers background noise samples to help improve speech recognition. If they have not done so, the operator will also be instructed to train voice templates required by the application. This operation preparation is only required once for the running of the application.

Training Voice Templates

All new technicians must train their voice templates (all the common words that they will use in the voice-directed workflow) in order to perform an inspection with the Honeywell Voice Maintenance & Inspection Solution. The RapidStart application automatically guides technicians through the template training process.


Have each technician put on his or her headset and turn on the paired device.

Device: "Please keep quiet for a few seconds."

Device: "Please say zero."

Tech: "Zero."

Device: "One."

Tech: "One."

Device: "Two."

Tech: "Two."

Device: "Please say the following words..."

The device prompts each word or phrase at least four times, and the technicians should repeat the prompts naturally. At the end of the training, the device says "Creating voice templates. Please wait." Finally, the device says "Finished creating voice templates," and it goes to sleep.

Login Screen

Operator: Your operator ID as set up in VoiceCheck.

Password: Your password as set up in VoiceCheck.


Android application settings can be accessed from the left-side hamburger menu. Some properties can not be modified while logged in. The following settings are available in the VoiceCheck Android application.


The feature described below is not available in the VoiceCheck 1.10 release. This feature is planned for a future release.

Clear assignment data: This will clear any assignments and collected data that has not yet been sent to the server. USE WITH CAUTION. Default is off.

Application Settings

Current application scheme is set to microservices by default. This setting must be changed to FileBased to upload the license on the application.

Voice & Audio Settings

The user can:

  • Configure text to speech speed
  • Turn recognition on or off
  • Manage templates
  • Enable or disable on-screen voice captioning.

Inspection Settings

The URL for the VoiceCheck server you want the application to connect to.


Device ID: The device's serial number.

Version: The version of VoiceCheck that is installed on the device.


The profile view shows information about the operator and the device. The following information is available from the Profile screen:

Operator: The currently signed in operator or the last operator that was signed in.

Operator Name: The full name of the operator as specified on the server.

Text to Speech

Speed: The speed that text will be spoken within the application.

Play Sample Prompt: Press this button to hear the speed of spoken text as set on the Speed bar.

Assignments Loaded

Pending Data: A list of assignments that have been loaded but are still pending completion. Assignments displayed show the Work ID, number of steps completed, and total steps.

Starting Work

To start a work assignment:

  1. At the Login screen, enter Operator and Password.
  2. Tap Ready. The Select Work screen appears.
    From here create a new assignment, view assigned assignments, or view all available assignments.

Select an Existing Assignment

  1. From the Select Work screen, tap Assigned or Available to view assigned or available assignments.
  2. Tap the desired assignment on the screen or respond "yes" or "no" to each spoken assignment ID.
  3. The start work screen will appear after you have selected an assignment.

Say or tap Cancel if the desired assignment is not shown. This returns to the Select Work screen.

Create a New Assignment

  1. Tap "Create" and confirm.
  2. Select a plan from the Plan Selection screen.
  3. Enter the full Work ID of the new assignment to be created, then say or tap Ready.
  4. The start work screen appears.

Say "options" at any point in the workflow and respond "yes" or "no" to move through the prompts.