24,700 voting machines were deployed across the entire region to capture the vote of the 7,895,484 voters
Smartmatic’s technology and services enabled authorities to publish official results only 45 minutes after voting ended
During the 2005 and 2006 election cycles, Smartmatic provided technology and support services to more than 307 jurisdictions across 16 states
Belgium pioneered electronic voting in the '90s, and ever since, it has always stayed ahead of the curve in adopting election technology.
The Estonian i-voting solution is the longest-standing, most technologically advanced, and highly trusted internet voting solution in existence.
Smartmatic used its satellite technology to expedite the results during the two rounds of presidential elections held in Brazil this October.