Next up is to setup Evoko Home and add rooms/users which this article will cover.
After the first sign in, you will have the option to edit your Global Settings. In the table below you ca find the description of each field.
|Organization name||The name of your organization.|
|NTP server IP||The IP Address or the Fully Qualified Domain Name of the NTP server that should be used for time synchronization between Evoko Home and the Evoko Liso devices. (e.g.
|Download URL||The URL that the Evoko Home server will use to check for firmware updates, default is
|Firmware search location||Determines where Evoko Home will look for new Liso firmware:
|Service account email||The email/username for your service account (e.g. email@example.com) granted with impersonation rights.|
|Service account password||The password for your service account (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org) granted with impersonation rights.|
|Working hours||Determines when a work day starts and ends by configuring
|Sync meetings for 1 day every||This is simply the sync period for meetings within the next 24 hours and how fast they are synced to Evoko Home/Liso/0365.|
|Sync meetings for 7 days every||This is simply the duration in which Evoko Home will sync meetings scheduled within the next 7 days to sync to the Evoko Home/Device/0365.|
|Authentication||This can be set to either
|RFID Enrollment||Determines the different ways RFID can be enrolled and associated with a user in Evoko Home.
|Authentication 802.1x||This option can either be enabled or disabled, if enabled it allows for use of 802.1x with the Liso panels. Please find more information on how to set it up here.|
|Pairing Key Authentication||You can set a password in Evoko Home. This password will need to be entered on each Liso before they can be connected to Evoko Home.|
|Log Level||Determines how extensive the Evoko Home logging should be and can be set to 4 values of
|PIN length||Determines the length of the user PIN and can be set to between
|Proximity||Enables/disables the proximity sensor on the Liso devices.|
|Legacy API Authentication||Legacy API Authentication disables some parts of the API security that are necessary to upgrade devices using your network.|
Default room settings
Next up is to set the default rooms settings which will apply to all rooms until configured otherwise.
|Display on screen||
|Time format||Determines the time format (12h or 24h) that should be used on the Liso device and can be set to either
|Date format||Determines the date format (e.g.
|Time Zone||Determines the time zone that should be used on the Liso device.|
|Language||Determines the language that should be used on the Liso device.|
|Sleep start and Sleep end||Determines the time period the Liso device should entered sleep, a minimum of 4 hours sleep is required.|
|Enable wake up on touch||Enables users to "wake up" Liso device from sleep by pressing on the touch panel.|
|Work days||Determines the days the Liso device should be active and used.|
Below settings can all be set to Require authentication which means, if enabled that users will authenticate using PIN/RFID on screen.
|Enable Screen Reporting||Enables/disables users to report room equipment via the Liso unit.|
|Reporting email||Determines the email address room equipment reports should be sent to for the "Report from screen" feature.|
|Enable Book Instant Meeting||Enables/disables users to book meetings via the Liso unit.|
|Enable book future meeting||Enables/disables users to book future meetings via the Liso unit.|
|Enable end ongoing meeting||Enables/disables users to end an ongoing meeting via the Liso unit.|
|Enable delete future meeting||Enables/disables users to end/delete future meetings via the Liso unit.|
|Enable extend ongoing meeting||Enables/disables users to extend an ongoing meeting via the Liso unit.|
|Enable modify future meeting||Enables/disables users to extend/edit future meetings via the Liso unit.|
|Check-in required||Enables/disables a check-in feature which, if enabled, requires the user confirm their meeting on the Liso device within a set time limit to keep their booking.|
|Send check-in reminder||This will send a reminder for check-in|
|Check-in duration||Determines how long after the meetings start it should be possible to check-in before the system ends the meeting. Configurable values are
Adding structures and rooms
Start by adding structures.
Add/Import rooms in the left pane and assign to structures by drag-n-drop.
Under Rooms > Settings you can further configure your rooms by setting room equipment and capacity.
Template for Import Rooms:
Under "Users" in Evoko Home you are able to add and administer users.
Adding users is not required unless you want to take advantage of the PIN/RFID Authentication to book meetings directly on the Liso. You can add users two ways:
Create single users
Click on the "Create User" button and enter credentials of the user you would like to add.
Import a list of users from a .csv file
Please see the attached users_template.csv file which you can use as a template for your own user list CSV file. Please note that Microsoft Excel is prone to saving the CSV in an invalid format so please use a text editor or edit the file programmatically.
It's very important to note if you are importing from a
typefields at least.
- The type field either needs to be
typemust be user - external users can't be admins.
RFIDneeds to be in reversed hex format.
If any of the lines in the CSV do not meet these criteria, the invalid lines will be skipped during import.