This is a Jeedom plugin which allows connecting Snips voice assistant with Jeedom platform.
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User Guide

Please reach Snips Dev Center for the user documentation.


MIT License

The Snips Voice Platform allows anyone to integrate AI powered voice interaction in their devices with ease. The end-to-end pipeline - Hotword detection, Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) and Natural Language Understanding (NLU) - runs fully on device, powered by state of the art deep learning. By using Snips, you can avoid cloud provider costs, cloud latency, and protect user's privacy.

Installation (As a developer)

Step 1. Download plugin

For this step, I would recommand you use ssh login your Jeedom site through console:

ssh <username>@<hostnme>

For example, if your Jeedom is running on a Raspberry, you can then use:

ssh pi@raspberry.local

As long as you have successfully loged in, you can simply use git clone command to download this repository:

git clone

Now you can do ls to check if Snips-Jeedom-Plugin is under your current directory:

ls Snips-Jeedom-Plugin

You should see the result:	    snips

Step 2. Copy plugin to Jeedom folder

Now you have the plugin file on your Jeedom site, but Jeedom an not detect this yet.

Run the following command to copy snips plugin to Jeedom directory:

sudo cp -r Snips-Jeedom-Plugin/snips/ /var/www/html/plugins/

Step 3. Change permission

Run following to add correct permission to all the file:

sudo chmod -R 775 /var/www/html/plugins/snips/

Run following to change correct user group to all the file:

sudo chgrp -R www-data /var/www/html/plugins/snips/

Run following to change correct ownership to all the file:

sudo chown -R www-data /var/www/html/plugins/snips/

Step 4. Activate Snips plugin

Now you can direct to your Jeedom platform, go to Plugin Management, find Snips, and then activate it.

Then you need to set the correct IP address on the plugin configuration page.

(Use sam devices command to see the IP address of snips site)


Please see the Contribution Guidelines.


This library is provided by Snips as Open Source software. See LICENSE for more information.