Android Entry benötigt keine zusätzliche Hardware. Es wird einfach ihre vorhandene HiPath / T-Octopus Telefonanalage verwendet (Mobility Entry muss konfiguriert und lizensiert sein. Kontaktieren Sie hierzu bitte ihren Serviceanbieter).
Die App wurde mit folgenden Telefonanlagen erfolgreich getestet:
- T-Octopus F / HiPath 3XXX
- T-Octopus F X / Unify OpenScape Business
- Asterisk DISA (FreePBX)
Mit Android Entry können sie einen Großteil der Funktionen die sie von ihrem Systemtelefon gewohnt sind auf ihrem Android Mobiltelefon nutzen. Fragen Sie zum Beispiel Ihre Voicemailbox ab oder richten Sie Rufumleitungen ein. Wenn in ihrem Mobilfunktarif eine Flatrate ins Festnetz enthalten ist können Sie mit Android Entry Telefonkosten sparen. Anrufe mit Android Entry sind immer Gespräche ins Festnetz zu ihrer Einwahlnummer, auch wenn sie Mobiltelefone oder Mehrwertdienste anrufen. Die Kosten werden nicht auf ihrer Mobilfunkrechnung sondern auf der Telefonrechnung des Unternehmens angerechnet.
Das direkte wählen über eine Freisprecheinrichtung oder die Android Telefontastatur funktioniert zur Zeit leider nicht auf allen Geräten (z.B. HTC Sense Geräte). Sie können aber über die Wähltastatur in Android Entry wählen.
ACHTUNG: Es fallen die normalen Verbindungskosten für Gespräche zu Ihrer TK-Anlage an!
DISA (Direct Inward System Access) allows you to provide an internal tone to external callers. This means that you can call your Asterisk system and dial a number as if you were using an internal position.
The DISA Auto Dialer application will dial your central, the password and the number of your recipient. It also manages the automatic choice in IVR menu.
The EDIS client developed by RSOE works closely with the online EDIS website. From now on, new events appear not only on the EDIS website but also in the RSOE EDIS Notifier smartphone application. Using PUSH technology, the application gives you real time information about the events of the world. All you need is an Android phone and an active internet connection. There are five notification levels (5 – emergency, 4 – alert, 3 – warning, 2 – notification, 1 – information), each of which you can assign a different notification sound for. You can also set the so called quiet hours during which you only receive level 5 messages. If you prefer not to have any notification sounds, you can turn on LED blinking or vibrate mode in the settings menu.
This is the first RSOE EDIS Android application. This is a Lite version, currently a work in progress. Any feedback is greatly appreciated.
Please follow me on our Facebook pages: https://www.facebook.com/RsoeEdisNotifier
This is the messenger hub we’ve all been waiting for. Disa will unite your messaging & communication services seamlessly while keeping your device clutter free. The design is clean, features are constantly being updated, and merging messages cannot be any easier.
Over 36,000 private alpha-stage testers in the Disa Google+ community believe this app is ready for beta testing, so now we’re putting the app in your hands. Let’s get together and make this what a messenger service hub should be!
Please be mindful this is a beta release and we are still testing. However, it is stable enough for you to enjoy with us as we perfect the app. If you have any questions join the Disa Google+ community (find it at http://www.disa.im) where fellow users and a handful of moderators will help you. Or, visit the FAQ page (http://www.disa.im/faq.html).
What can you do with Disa?
You can easily organize! Merge contacts and messenger services together within two clicks. There are plenty more fun features and we will be constantly updating them to give you the best user experience. Just download the app and discover everything Disa offers.
How to start using Disa?
• Pick your services - Open the app > click settings > click services > click add service > and select the service from the plugin manager list.
(After setting-up your service the last 10 conversations will load. Don’t worry, your previous conversations are not lost; load them manually by creating a new message with a contact or group-chat and it will appear in your conversation list.)
• Merge conversations - Go to your conversations list > long press on the first conversation > click on the other conversation(s) you wish to unify > and click the merge icon on the bottom action bar that pops up.
What plugins exist?
With this beta release the text plugin automatically ships. A plugin for Facebook Chat can be downloaded and installed immediately right now. Third party plugins may also be available on our community. You can find these third party plugins by clicking the search link(s) in the plugin manager of the app.
Don’t worry if you don’t see your favorite plugin available yet. It will come!
What else do we have planned?
More plugins! Tons of new innovation using our patent pending technologies will birth features you’ve never seen before. Disa is not limited to just messenger services; within a few months you will experience communication and organization in a whole new way.
Yes, yes, and more yeses to come as we expand to every type of desktop and mobile device. Not every tablet size and desktop feature is optimized for use yet… but they will be!
What if I need help?
Please try our interactive FAQ page on our website and see if your questions have been answered. If you have any other concerns by all means check the Google+ Community (find it at http://www.disa.im) for quick responses from other users and moderators.
Who can use Disa?
Everyone! This app is meant for the old, young, middle-aged, super organized, and even the lazy. Disa is even optimized down to the “Talk Back” features for the physically impaired.
Enjoy the app and tell all your friends about it. There’s so much more to come!
Questions, comments, requests? Please visit the following websites:
© Disa 2015
You need root access for this app! If you don't know what that is, you probably don't have it.
Use WhatsApp™ on your desktop! With WhatsRemote you can talk to your friends from a browser. You can even use it on multiple computers at the same time, while all your messages will be available on your phone!
Try the service for 3 days before purchasing a subscription! Requirements to use this app are root access, a Google account and an up-to-date browser (latest version of Chrome, Firefox, Opera or IE).
WhatsRemote respects your privacy: the only personal information we store is your email address!
WhatsApp™ is a registerd Trademark of WhatsApp Inc. WhatsRemote is unaffiliated with WhatsApp inc.
• INSTANT MESSAGING: Your unique Trillian username can be used to send unlimited messages free of charge. Trillian uses your existing data plan and/or WiFi.
• ANYWHERE: Trillian's continuous client feature delivers your chats instantly between all of your connected devices. In addition, Trillian automatically silences push notifications on mobile devices if you're active on a desktop - no more dealing with a phone buzzing on your desk all day!
• SIMPLE: Trillian places a strong emphasis on fast and reliable message delivery and a beautiful, easy-to-use interface.
• SECURE: All communication with Trillian servers uses TLS to ensure third-parties can't read your chats.
• INTEROPERABLE: Of course, Trillian wouldn't be Trillian without support for Facebook Chat, MSN, GTalk, AIM, ICQ, Yahoo!, and Jabber.
World Disaster Management Congress Hyderabad India
Disaster Management, Infrastructure and Control Society (DMICS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to safeguard people and property from various disasters through scientific, professional and inclusive management of disasters of various types. DMICS along with Exhibitions India Group have come together to organize 2nd World Disaster Management Congress 2014 (2nd WDMC 2014) which is an international exhibition cum conference on various verticals of disaster management.
The 2nd WDMC 2014 will address numerous interconnected, complex and emerging risks which are faced globally by different societies. Environmental, technical, social and economic issues are often closely linked and when at risk can result in manifold impact. For example the 2011 earthquake in Japan, resulted in a disastrous tsunami, creating nuclear meltdown at its key facilities.
Understanding the importance of disaster management for sustainable development, Disaster Management, Infrastructure and Control Society (DMICS) along with Exhibitions India Group is focusing to lay a foundation for an intellectual forum with national and international resources, and expertise for effective and efficient disaster management.
The 2nd World Disaster Management Congress 2014 (2nd WDMC 2014) will be held at HITEX, Hyderabad from 12-15 November, 2014.
This platform has been created to identify, understand, find solutions and create awareness about the potential risk and various manmade and natural disasters that can impact us adversely and lead to multiple repercussions.
Failures of critical infrastructure and services, pandemics, acts of terrorism and financial crisis all such tragedies can severely impact and influence human beings and collective societies.
Exhibition will provide an opportunity to exhibitors and sponsors to showcase latest technologies in the field of Fire Safety, Medical safety, IT Disaster Management, Rescue Devices, Security Solutions, Air Safety equipment etc.
2nd WDMC 2014 endeavors to reach out to over 1000 participants globally including risk management experts, Practitioners, Scientists, key players from Civil Society, Government and Non-Governmental Organizations and the Private sector and bring them all together at a single forum to address all these issues which require our immediate concern and attention.
The diversity of participants enables a strategic as well as an operational level of discussion to ensure that concrete solutions are worked out with the support of pertinent people from line ministries to disaster and risk management authorities.
2nd WDMC 2014 will provide a unique venue for Disaster Management professionals from around the world to showcase products/solutions, present, network and learn.
Identify Potential Risk and Adverse Situations
Discuss, Debate and Find concrete Solution
Exchange Information and Ideas with colleagues and industry professionals
Create awareness and share information with the world
Network and Build Synergies with like-minded individuals and organizations
Discover new solutions by networking
Participate in knowledge exchange
Please note that the application does not provide emergency warnings.
DisasterWatch links to authorised websites of key emergency agencies in Australia. The information is updated approximately every 15 minutes when the device is online. DisasterWatch draws together existing public information from authorised sources.
NOTE: You should not rely upon any single source of information during an emergency; you should seek information from as many sources as possible including radio, television, and other online applications, websites or services when available. Your power supply may become unavailable if the electricity service is disrupted.
For more information about DisasterWatch visit www.em.gov.au
Feedback is welcome by emailing: email@example.com
Terms and Conditions
- By downloading DisasterWatch you agree to allow DisasterWatch to use Google Analytics to anonymously track usage statistics.
- By downloading DisasterWatch you agree to the terms and service of Google Analytics described here: http://www.google.com/analytics/terms/us.html
Includes ActionBar-PullToRefresh by Chris Banes using the the Apache 2.0 license:
*This application works with your enterprise’s PLDT UCaaS subscription.
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探索モードがスタートすると、探索モードを受けた相手のスマートフォン (探索モードを許可してないと無効です) は災害119が起動していなくても自動アナウンスを開始してメールを送り返します。
emergency.lu VoIP application enables voice connectivity for aid workers, mission officers, NGOs and others.
We have spent the past four years working with the New Zealand Red Cross to create a solution. We call it the Serval Mesh, and it is free software that allows smart-phones to communicate, even in the face of catastrophic failure of cellular networks.
It works by using your phone's Wi-Fi to communicate with other phones on the same network. Or even by forming impromptu networks consisting only of mobile phones. Mesh communications is an appropriate technology for complementing cellular networks. Think of it like two-way radio or CB radio that has been propelled into the 21st century. For long-range communications you will still need to make use of cellular or fixed telephone networks or the internet.
This software allows you to easily make private phone calls, send secure text messages and share files in caves, in subways, in the Outback, in Australia or Africa, in Europe or the United States -- even when cellular networks fail or are unavailable.
You can also keep using your existing phone number on the mesh, which is really important in a disaster when people are trying to get back in contact with each other.
* Is completely open and open-source; free for all
* Can be carried and activated in seconds by those who need it when it is needed
* Is carrier independent
* Can be installed during an emergency from only one phone
* Is distributed nature makes network resilient
* Can use your existing phone number
* Encrypts mesh phone calls and mesh text messages by default
* Can distribute pictures, videos and any other files