C. Performance features

The performance can vary in accordance with the version and used hardware.

  Performance indicator
Hardware - Activation via TDM/ ISDN and VoIP
- Redundant power supply
- Incoming contacts
- Outgoing contacts
- Storage for announcements
- Ingoing and outgoing audio
- Radio-controlled clock
- LAN interface
- Add on possibilty for channels, contacts and interfaces


- Text message to GSM
- Pager support
- Smartphone support
- Access with multiple admins possible
- multi-client capability
- Text 2 Voice
- Participation list with personal info
- PIN numbers (to start activities, receipts etc)
- Automatic data saving
- Import function for data import
- Caller identification at dialing
- Individual and customer specific DAKS GUI
- Individual log in and off of participants to ensure no alarm during absence
- Time table for dependant anouncements
- Holiday dependant anouncements
- Support of linked anouncements
- Support of high and low priority activities
- Redundancy
- Several priority levels
- Software add-ons
- Application independent special functions

Data interfaces

- Serial special protocols
- LAN based special protocols
- ESPA –X add on function
Broadcast - Notification of more than one person
- Broadcast calls
- Multiple destinations per broadcast call group
- Multiple simultaneously broadcast calls
- Recording of anouncements from the telephone
- Broadcast calls with ad hoc anouncement
- Time-controlled broadcast
- Broadcast call resolution via console / PC / E-Mail (SMTP)
- Silent alarm
- Monitoring of ongoing broadcast calls from the console
- Receipt per PIN
- Receipt per RR to the alarm system
- Broadcast call with two step receipt
- Broadcast confirmation with entering of the estimated time of arrival
- Participant specific reiceipt options
- Entering of the PIN for identification
- Follow broadcast call even with positive broadcast call event
- Send emails
- Support broadcast call special functions (e.g. collection group, deputy etc) 
Alarm conferences - Conferences that are started via broadcast call
- Meet me conferences
- Multiple conferences simultaneously
- Time-controlled conferences
- Ad hoc conferences
- Secret conferences with access control

Features between

DAKS & the PBX

- Different call signalling (alarm call, important call, regular call)
- Forced disconnection with occupied participants 
- Ignoring call transfer and forwarding (e.g. voice mail activation)
- When calling NFON participants, paralellringing can be ignored

- Direct talking (automatic activation of the speaker) 
- Key stroke transfer from the end device to the alarm server via MFV for receipts and other dialogues with participants

Input and output devices - Standard SIP device 
- DECT or WIFI handset
- Various alarm ringtones for snom and Yealink devices
- All devies that have contact interfaces


Most of the above mentioned functions were tested with snom or Yealink devices. We do not assume liability for any functional deviances with other devices e.g. Mitel or Panasonic devices.