EASE Evac provides an intuitive tool for designing acoustic mass notification concepts in a room, hall or building complex. The 3D simulation software calculates the distribution of direct sound levels as well as total sound levels, the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) and speech intelligibility (STI, ALCons, CIS).

EASE Evac Video Tutorial

For everybody new to EASE Evac, we have a nice, 90-minute tutorial webinar online now. Come to grips with EASE Evac easily. Get to know all the important parts and possibilities quickly and get to work right away!
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Must all new floor plans be traced from an imported background file such as a .dxf? Is is possible to import floor plans such as AutoCAD .dwg files directly without tracing?

All floor plan room geometry must be traced from imported drawings or image files using the drawing tools in EASE Evac. The import process does not translate directly to the room geometry.

Supported formats are AutoCAD DXF, Google Sketchup and various image files such as PNG.

I have a GLL I cannot import into EASE Evac, what is the problem?

At the moment, EASE Evac supports typical ceiling loudspeakers and regular point source loudspeakers for wall mounting. Line arrays and steered column speakers are not yet supported.
In order to use loudspeaker data in EASE Evac, you need to have this available as a .GLL file. These files are either already included in the AFMG loudspeaker database for EASE Evac or, in many cases, can be downloaded from the respective manufacturer’s website.