By clicking on an activated face, you will see a clone icon.

This icon only appears for activated faces, and will not be visible for faces in draft status.

Copying a face involves not only copying the physical structure of the face (number of levels, bays, level heights, thickness of rails, etc.), but also the addressing of the face.

The names of the slots will therefore be identical to the copied side.

Our team can be reached anytime at the following e-mail address:

This menu is used to create and manage the settings for run reports.

It is linked to the configuration of a report directly in the Missions menu, by consulting an executed mission.

A default report configuration can be defined in the Preferences menu.

1. Click on the Report settings menu. The list of existing settings is displayed.

2. Click the add icon to create a new setting.

1. Enter a name for this report configuration.

2. Download only scans with errors: tick YES if you only want to download scans with errors (NO_SCAN or expected code different from the code read).

3. Excel compatibility: by ticking YES in this option, an apostrophe will be added in front of all the codes in the table, and also in the CSV file to be downloaded.

Excel overwrites all the digits from the 16th onwards, replacing them with zero. To avoid this formatting, this option transforms each scanned code into a character string, which remains intact when the CSV file is opened with Excel.

4. Display acquisition times: setting this option to YES displays the date and time for each scan acquisition, which will also appear in the CSV file when downloaded.

5. In this case, 5 date and time formats are possible:

6. Barcode slicing: slicing barcodes according to several numbers of characters or according to a separator: this option allows you to slice scanned barcodes according to the desired acquisition.

7. Name of scanner acquisition to be sliced.

8. Slicing method: 2 possibilities:

The number of columns created depends on the user’s choice for the number of characters option, while for the separator option it depends on the number of separators entered.

You can name these columns or leave the name fields empty.

The CSV file download takes into account the barcode slicing.

9. Then click on the save icon.

When this page is displayed, the graphs appear empty. As soon as you select a date and validate the form, each graph will be filled in automatically.

More in detail:

Choosing a date and validating the form displays, for the selected date range, the percentage of ‘pallet’ locations visited for the chosen depot, as well as each activated zone and face of this depot.

More in detail:

If a zone contains no activated faces, this box is displayed:

The other pages contain graphics of the zones and faces.

1. Minimum distance between EYESEE Drone and EYESEE Tag (in cm): Set the minimum distance in CM between EYESEE Drone and EYESEE Tags in demo mode. The minimum distance allowed is 0 CM.

2. Distance between two lanes (in cm).

This file is created from a file that is extracted from the WMS.
It can contain all the expected codes of a warehouse : when you create a mission with expected on a face, there will be an automatic selection of expected codes for the locations on the chosen face.

The CSV file must only contain the columns of:

Because of a Microsoft Excel data formatting of long numbers (read the article), a few actions are necessary to create the CSV file of expected from an extraction file of the WMS:

  1. Right click on the file result > click on Edit with Notepad ++ (or another text editor)​. Then, select the entire data (CTRL + A) and copy (CTRL + C)

2. Open a new Excel file and paste (CTRL + V) the entire selection in column A

Important: as long as the modifications are not finished, the file must be in text format (.xlsx) :

3. Select column A, click on Data menu, then click on Text to Columns:

4. Select Delimited, then Next:

5. Select Semicolon, then Next:

6. Select Text for each column, then Finish:

7. If there is not, add a new line at Line 1. Write in B1 (and C1, etc) the names of the acquisitions corresponding to the names of the acquisitions present in the group you will select for this face. The names are case-sensitive. (1 column per acquisition).

8. Check:

9. Once the modifications and verifications are finished, you can save the file in CSV format (Comma delimited):

The CSV file is now ready to be imported when creating a mission with expected.

On the cloud: 

Now, the mission status appears as « Task performed ». To consult it, click on its name.

Acquisition icons details:

Mouse over on ‘i’ icon displays the meaning of each icon.



Overview of the details of a blind mission:


By clicking on a location, you can visualize the acquisitions retrieved by the drone: 

1. Use the red arrow icon to click through one location error to another.

2. Use the black arrows to click through one location to another.

3. Scanner acquisition name.

4. Barcode which was read by the drone. 

5. If there are several photo acquisitions, click through the photos taken by the drone.

To compare a blind mission results directly on EYESEE Cloud, it is possible to import a CSV file of expected in this field:


    Once the file is imported, the list of locations with expected covered displays below, and the icons colors update according to the matches:


    By clicking on a location where there is an expected, the expected code displays :


    Overview of a mission with expected details:


    By clicking on a location, you can visualize the acquisitions retrieved by the drone: 


    1. Use the red arrow icon to click through one location error to another. 

    2. Use the black arrows to click through one location to another.

    3. Scanner acquisition name.

    4. Expected barcode (this is the difference with a blind mission result).

    5. Barcode which was read by the drone.

    6. Click through the photos taken by the drone.

    Only for a mission with expected:

    2 options are available: 

    1. Dynamic search
    2. Ignore 00 from barcodes

    1. Dynamic search

    Within the same cell, in case of dynamic locations, it is possible to check an option allowing the analysis of the scans of the locations of the same cell to look for the correspondence with the expected codes of this cell.  

    Here are 2 errors of codes not corresponding, without the option of dynamic research:


    With the checked option, the scan icons correspond:


    Example for a slot with 3 locations: 

    If there was an error with the scanned code not matching the expected for location A and location C, by checking this option, an analysis is made for locations A, B, C of this same slot. The scanned code at location A actually matches the expected for location C, so the scanned code will be moved to location C to match the expected for C.  And the code scanned at location C will be moved to location A to match the expected at A. Thus there will be no inventory errors. 

    The dynamic search is taken into account in the Scans table and when downloading the CSV file of acquisitions:


    2. Ignore 00 from barcodes

    It is possible to ignore barcodes starting with 00 by checking the corresponding option.  In this case, an expected or scanned value 0023532 is considered equivalent to 23532. 

    Note: In the picture below, the barcode is green. With this option checked, the value read remains displayed in red to continue to indicate the difference.


    On the tablet:

    1. Once the mission is performed, a cloud icon will be displayed at the right of the screen, allowing its upload to EYESEE Cloud.

    2. A new screen displays, with the mission details and the scanned acquisitions. To upload it to EYESEE Cloud, click on the blue arrow icon.

    3. According to the mission size and the scanned acquisitions, the loading can take time.