Our digital scanning system meets the United States Election Assistance Commission's 2005 Voluntary Voting System Guidelines
We have the only digital scan voting system built with Java on a streamlined and hardened Linux platform
As part of a jurisdiction's procurement process, we will provide our source code for independent review
The OpenElect Voting Optical Scan (OVO) is a comprehensive and secure precinct-count digital scan voting device.
FreedomVote is fully HAVA compliant and prints a ballot which may be reviewed by the voter prior to being scanned.
The OpenElect Voting Interface (OVI-VC) is a multi-faceted and robust ADA voting device which can also accommodate early voting and non-geographical use.
A Linux-based suite of software applications that works together to define and configure an election.
The OpenElect Voting Central Scan (OVCS) resides at election headquarters. It is a scanner designated to read absentee and provisional ballots, and to perform recounts. The OVCS also captures Write-In data images and produces a Write-In image report for manual processing upon request.