United States elections 2005 - 2020: Technology
Touchscreen voting machine speciﬁcally designed and manufactured for the US market. The Edge2Plus was sold in 2005 to the city of Chicago and to Cook County, IL.
A device developed to consolidate data from diﬀerent voting machines, print consolidation reports and transmit precinct totals to a central tabulation center. HAAT is one of the more than 20 US-patented inventions owned by Smartmatic.
Online voting solution built around the successful Estonian online voting system–the longest-standing, most advanced system in the world. TIVI was successfully used in the 2016 Utah GOP Presidential caucus. Online voting enfranchised Utah residents in more than 45 countries, including places as far as South Africa, Japan and French Polynesia.
Voting Solutions for All People (VSAP)
This portable Ballot Marking Device (BMD) combines a touchscreen user interface and a ballot printer in a user-friendly device. It can also be equipped with a ballot collection box. Conceived by Los Angeles County election officials with public and professional input, VSAP produces a paper ballot with human-readable text that can be verified by the voter and audited by election administrators. It is accessible for voters with disabilities and can be programmed to display in multiple languages.