The automated Philippine elections constitute the largest vote-counting projects in the world
On 22 January, 2010, the Electoral Council of Curaçao held Parliamentary Elections. This was the third time we’ve worked in this country.
The UN chose Smartmatic to improve Zambia’s electoral register. Our technology was selected on the strength of its flexibility and accuracy.
The Congress of Bolivia approved a new electoral law that mandated using biometric registration to increase security and protect voters’ rights.
In May 2010, the Philippines carried out the first automated elections in Southeast Asia.
On 15 May, 2009, the people from Curaçao voted ‘Yes’ to a proposal to gain more autonomy from the Netherlands.