EASE Evac Standard

Version 1.1

EASE Evac Standard

EASE® Evac is a very straight-forward software optimized for the simulation of the “bread & butter” everyday projects like shopping malls, school floors, hospital etc. Basically anything which can be reduced to a 2D floorplan with a height of the room assigned to it.

The software has powerful features to help install large ceiling loudspeaker systems in grids and can also handle wall-mounted loudspeakers. The calculation of reverberation time and all parameters derived therefrom is done on volume-based statistical formulas.

  • Intuitive acoustical simulation software for 3D simulation of mass notification systems
  • Realistic configuration and modeling of ceiling and wall-mounted loudspeaker systems as well as horns and sirens
  • Easy data entry by mouse or in a table both in metric and US units
  • Use image files, Trimble Sketchup, AutoCAD DXF and EASE models as a scaled basis for room design
  • Numerous tools and pre-defined objects to aid room design
  • Top view and different vertical views of 3D room geometry with user-defineable colors and layout
  • Room acoustic calculations based on definition of reverberation time or assigment of acoustic materials to surfaces
  • Calculation engine based on EASE industry standard for electro- and room acoustic modeling
  • Large, expandable database of common noise levels, surface materials, 3D objects and sound sources
  • Uses EASE´s well-known GLL loudspeaker format with expandable database
  • Auto-arrange function for fast layout of ceiling-mounted sound systems in different grid-styles
  • Mapping of Direct SPL (Z or A-weighted), Total SPL (Z or A-weighted), S/N Ratio
  • Mapping of speech intelligibility as STI (IEC 60268-16), CIS, ALCons
  • Frequency range from 100 Hz to 10 kHz
  • Analysis in 1/3rd octave, 1 octave, 3 octaves bandwidth or broadband
  • Relative mapping function and distribution graph for statistical analysis of coverage
  • Frequency response plots for multiple receiver locations, relative or absolute display
  • Section plan for user-defined mappings in the vertical plane
  • Printable report document including all results and drawing details
  • Export of drawings in AutoCAD DXF, Trimble Sketchup, and EASE formats or as image file
  • Supports multiple rooms within one project



      EASE Evac Standard


      EASE Evac Standard

      Includes 200 EUR discount. Offer valid until May 31, 2022
      Full Licence Simulation Software, 1 User Key
      The End User License Agreement for EASE Evac applies.

      690 EUR (net)
      Purchase Options

      AFMG® distributes its software directly, worldwide, and in some countries with the support of international distributors. Various purchase options are available:


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      Educational institutions can apply for special Educational or Research License Offers.

      General Terms & Conditions

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      General Terms and Conditions of AFMG Technologies GmbH

      1. Scope

      1.1   The following Terms and Conditions apply to all contracts of AFMG Technologies GmbH (“Software Developer”) relating to sales, maintenance, installation and other services. They also take precedence over any conflicting terms and conditions of the customer, except where the validity of the latter has been expressly approved.

      1.2   Separate contracts, each independent of the other, shall be drawn up regulating the production of software, the provision of coaching and training, support and maintenance for the software, and other services.

      1.3   Business relations are entered into only with companies, legal entities incorporated under public law or specialised entities subject to public law. Business dealings are not entered into with customers - natural persons - who are not self-employed or otherwise trading on their own account.

      2. Conclusion of contract

      2.1   Orders via the online shop of the software developer located at http://store.afmg.eu are placed in the following way: The customer may initiate a purchasing contract covering the items in his shopping trolley by clicking “Pay Now”. This is only possible, however, if he has first accepted these Terms and Conditions by clicking “Accept Terms and Conditions”, thereby linking the Terms to his order. The confirmation of receipt, which AFMG will send immediately and which will contain all the details of the order, does not imply acceptance of the initiated purchasing contract. The purchasing contract is deemed entered into when AFMG dispatches the ordered goods and confirms the dispatch in writing.

      2.2   In respect of other services offered by the software developer, including products available through channels other than the online shop, a contract is not deemed entered into until the customer has countersigned the confirmation of contract, the wording of which determines the substance of the contract.

      3. Scope of software contracts; licensing conditions

      3.1   The software developer will provide the customer with a copy of the purchased software by email or FTP or as a download from the internet address http://downloads.afmg.eu and also with the relevant electronic manual as a PDF, HTML or DOC document. These are intended exclusively for the personal use of the customer. The software developer retains all copyright, in particular rights to all recordings and documentation.

      3.2   The customer may also order a duplicate CD for back-up or archiving purposes or for the identification of defects. The replication of recordings or documentation is prohibited.

      3.3   The customer must take the necessary measures to prevent third parties from gaining unauthorised access to the software. He must store the software in a secure location that precludes such access. The customer’s employees and colleagues are to be familiarised with the terms of this contract and with the software developer’s ownership of copyright.

      3.4   Barring agreements to the contrary, this contract does not cover installation of the software supplied by the software developer.

      3.5   The customer may only use a copy of the software on a single computer. Where the customer purchases a multiple-use version, he may use the agreed number of copies on the appropriate number of computers. “Use” encompasses the saving of the software in a temporary storage medium (RAM) or on a permanent storage device (in particular on a hard drive, removable disk, USB stick or CD-ROM).

      3.6   The customer may not lease or lend the licence. This restriction includes ceding the licence to a third party with whom he shares office space. If there is transfer to a third party the whole software contract must be transferred, not simply the licence. The third party must accept that the provisions of the contract still apply and the customer will then provide the new party with all copies and back-ups of the programme and the digital manual as a working copy together with any back-ups. In so doing, he forfeits his right to use the software and must de-install the software from his system.

      3.7   The transfer of the contract to a third party is valid only if the software developer has been informed in advance and has consen­ted to the transfer in writing. Only in exceptional cases and with good reason will he withhold consent.

      3.8   Pursuant to § 69 e UrhG the software supplied by the software developer may not be reconverted, decompiled or disassembled. Modifications to the software are only permissible if they help to correct defects in the software and if the software developer has not corrected said defects within a statutory period.

      4. Support and maintenance

      4.1   Support and maintenance for the software are provided on the basis of a maintenance contract.

      4.2   Maintenance covers the services expressly listed in the confirmation of the order. The minimum level of maintenance involves a hotline service centre, the automated provision of large and medium-sized updates, remote diagnosis and maintenance and an online service for providing interim releases.

      4.3   Maintenance services relate exclusively to software produced by the software developer. If the customer sells this software, the software developer is no longer obliged to provide support and maintenance. The   developer will repay to the customer a portion of the fee representing the unused period up to the end of the contract, but only if he has been able to save costs or to make money by providing the services to another party.

      4.4   Should the customer fall behind on payment the software developer is entitled to withhold support or maintenance until payments are up-to-date and to demand payment in advance.

      5. Other services

      5.1   The software developer provides other services to the customer. These will include installation of the software where this has been agreed in writing. Up-to-date information on fees for additional services is available from the software developer. The customer undertakes to bear any costs incurred by the software developer in the course of providing these services, where the costs have been discussed in advance.

      6. Prices, conditions of payment, dispatch and delivery

      6.1   Prices are as set out on the latest list compiled by the software developer and are exclusive of VAT, postage/packaging and insurance. All sums invoiced are payable immediately. Interest is payable on arrears and is set at 8% above the basic rate pursuant to § 247 BGB.

      6.2   Set-off is only admissible in the case of claims that are uncontested, are contested but ready for decision or have been declared final and absolute. The customer has no rights of retention where they are unrelated to this contractual relationship. In exercising a right of retention, the customer may not retain a sum higher than that of his own claim.

      6.3   In the case of an online purchase, and where the software developer receives the customer’s order direct, the software will be made available to the customer within three working days of receipt of the order. Where payment in advance is required, delivery will be made only after payment has been received in full by the software developer.

      6.4   In all other cases (with offline orders or where a CD or other physical item has been ordered) delivery will be within three weeks unless otherwise specified in the confirmation of contract. The delivery period begins on the day of confirmation of contract. The software developer will enter the date on the confirmation.

      6.5   Should the software developer be prevented by unforeseen and unavoidable circumstances from complying with his delivery obligations, the delivery period shall be extended commensurately. Where this is the case, the software developer will inform the customer without delay. The date for determining whether the delivery deadline has been met is the date of dispatch of goods.

      6.6   Where the software developer is accountable for failing to honour a delivery deadline the customer may extend the deadline by an appropriate period. Only when this extension period has elapsed without delivery being made can he withdraw from the contract.

      6.7   Responsibility for the software is transferred to the customer at the moment when the goods are entrusted by the software developer to the postal service, courier or haulier.

      7. Reservation of title

      7.1   The software developer retains ownership of all data storage media and other goods until payment has been received in full of all sums outstanding at the time of supply of goods relating to this contract between the customer and the software developer. It is the duty of the customer to diligently safeguard and adequately insure all products that remain the property of the software developer.

      7.2   The software is supplied free of third-party property rights. Should a third party accuse the customer of infringing his industrial property rights in respect of the software supplied, the customer must notify the software developer immediately. The two contracting parties will then consult on how to respond.

      8. Claims arising from defective goods

      8.1   The customer undertakes to examine the software and the associated manual for defects within two weeks of receipt, and in particular to ensure that no components are missing, that the manual is complete and that all the key features of the programme function as they should. Before a third week has elapsed the customer should have notified the software developer, in writing, of any defects identified and any problems that can be identified in the course of a regular inspection. Notification should include a detailed description of all faults. Should the customer fail to examine the goods and report defects within the said period, the software is deemed to be faultless and the transaction to have been approved.

      8.2   Should steps have to be taken by the software company to correct a defect, it is the responsibility of the customer to back up important files prior to repair works being carried out.

      8.3   The customer is not entitled to claim compensation for defects arising from mistakes caused by damage, incorrect connections or incorrect operation. Neither is the software developer liable for damage resulting from modifications to the goods and services by the customer or third parties, unless the customer can demonstrate that said modifications do not seriously impede the software developer in his efforts to analyse and correct the problem and that the defect was already present when the customer took possession of the software.

      8.4   Should the customer withdraw from the contract, he shall pay to the software developer an appropriate fee reflecting his usage of the software up to the date of withdrawal. This user fee is calculated on the basis of a three-year depreciation period.

      8.5   Claims arising from defects are subject to a statute of limitations of one year, starting from delivery of goods.

      8.6   The software developer is liable for defects in the software pursuant to the law governing the sale of goods:

      9. Limitation of liability

      9.1   The software developer is fully liable for loss of life, bodily harm or compromised health resulting from negligence and breach of obligations on his part or from deliberate or negligent breach of obligations by one of his agents or assistants.

      9.2   In the case of other liability claims the software developer shall be fully liable only where the software is found not to possess the advertised features and functions or where it can be demonstrated that the software developer or his agents or key employees are guilty of premeditation or gross negligence. Where the fault can be attributed to other assistants or lower-echelon employees the software developer shall be liable only in respect of ordinary negligence as set out in Point 6.4.

      9.3   In respect of ordinary negligence the software developer is liable only where he is in breach of an obligation whose observance is of special importance for the fulfilment of the purpose of the contract (cardinal obligation).

      9.4   Barring invocation of Point 9.1, liability for loss of data is limited to the standard cost of recovery that would have been incurred in the course of regular backing up of data commensurate with the risk of loss. Liability as set out in the Product Liability Act (Produkthaftungs­gesetz) remains unaffected.

      9.5   The above provisions also apply in favour of the colleagues and assistants of the software developer.

      10. Final provisions

      10.1   Contracts between the software developer and the customer are interpreted exclusively in accordance with the law of the Federal Republic of Germany.

      10.2   Place of fulfilment for both parties is the office of the software developer in Berlin. Berlin is also the legal venue.

      10.3   In a case where one or more provisions agreed on by the contracting parties become, or are found to be, invalid, this shall not affect the validity of the remaining provisions. An invalid provision shall be replaced by one that most nearly reflects the purpose of the original provision as intended by the contracting parties. If the provisions of this contract are found not to cover all eventualities, the lacuna is to be filled with a provision or provisions that the parties would have agreed on if full account had been taken of the legal position, the matter at hand and the legitimate interests of each party.


      Version: 1.3
      Berlin, December 1, 2021

      Aditional Sales Terms

      Additional Sales Terms

      • Prices do not include VAT. Depending on the origin of the customer and the type of product, VAT might be charged in addition to the net price.

      • Valid prices at any time are the ones listed in this document. Other, possibly older printouts, prices cached in search engines, outdated proposals etc. are not applicable.

      • All prices are subject to change without prior notice.

      • At any time, the price provided in Euro (€) is valid. Prices provided in other currencies are approximate and provided for rough orientation only.

      • In principle, only one discount can be applied to any purchase.

      • If authorities in the land of the customer's origin or the customer himself demand original documents in paper form, the customer accepts additional courier costs of 60 EUR within the EU or of 120 EUR per shipment outside of the EU. These costs need to be paid by the customer prior to shipment and will be noted as a separate line item on the final invoice. If the customer decides to employ his own forwarder, only the costs for the original document (30 EUR) apply.

      • If you purchase an upgrade or module for only a subset of User Keys, we will split your license. Your existing license will remain with a reduced number of User Keys. You will receive an additional new license with the new feature scope for the respective number of User Keys.

      • Certain license-related services, updating of company data in licensed programs, transfer of licenses etc. may be possible at a service charge of 50 € net.

      • Delivery principally is by download from our website. After settlement of payment and credit entry, you will receive an email with your license information.

      • Manuals and/or tutorials are included in the online help and documentation of the programs.

      • All paid software licenses include 6 months of email and telephone support for installation, licensing, or technical software issues as part of the purchase. This service does not apply to trial or educational licenses. Project consulting services are not part of the software purchase.

      • Most of our software, manuals and tutorials are provided in english language only.

      • Installation CDs/DVDs and manuals/tutorials can be ordered separately and at extra cost if desired. Delivery may be by an external service partner of AFMG.

      • Educational institutions such as schools or universities can apply for special educational or research license offers.


      End User License Agreement for EASE Evac Software

      This Agreement constitutes a legal contract between you, the End User, and AFMG Technologies GmbH (AFMG). Read the following Terms & Conditions carefully before opening this package. Opening this package indicates your acceptance of these Terms & Conditions. If you do not agree to them, return the unopened package within 30 days of receipt, and your money will be refunded.

      1. Grant of License: AFMG grants to you the right to use this copy of the enclosed AFMG Software program (the "Software") on a number of computers. This number corresponds to the number of user keys purchased.

      2. Copy Restrictions/Ownership of Software: You own the media on which the program is recorded. AFMG retains title to the Software, including any copies regardless of form or media, and to all copyrights therein. The Software and accompanying written materials are copyrighted. You may either a) transfer the Software to a hard disks and retain the original media for backup purposes, or b) make one copy of the original media solely for backup or archival purposes.

      3. Transfer Restrictions: You may transfer the Software, with a copy of this Agreement, to another party only on a permanent basis and only if the other party accepts the Terms & Conditions of this Agreement. Upon such transfer, you must transfer the accompanying written materials, and either transfer or destroy all copies of the Software. You may not lease, rent, merge, reverse engineer, decompile or disassemble the Software. You may not modify or exchange parts of the Software.

      4. Termination: This License is effective until terminated. The License will terminate automatically without notice from AFMG if you fail to comply with any provision of the License. You may voluntarily terminate at any time. Upon termination, you agree to destroy or purge all copies of the Software and accompanying written materials.

      5. Limited Warranty: Except as expressly warranted herein, the Software is provided "as is" without warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including but not limited to implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. The entire risk as to the quality and performance of the program is with you. AFMG does not warrant that the functions contained in the Software will meet your requirements or that the operation of the program will be uninterrupted or error free, or that program defects will be corrected.

      6. Limitation of Liability: In no event will AFMG or its distributors be liable for any direct, consequential or incidental damages (including damages for loss of business profits, information or use), even if AFMG has been advised of the possibility of such damages.

      7. Governing Law: This Agreement is governed by German laws.

      8. Copyright/Manufacturer: AFMG Technologies GmbH, Borkumstr. 2, D-13189 Berlin, Germany

      Version: 1.1
      Berlin, December 1, 2021

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