Voice Output Voting Machine

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Accuvote-Tsx

AccuVote-TSX is a voice output voting machine system designed for use by voters who are blind or have low vision. This direct record entry (DRE) voting machine system is a voter-activated, interactive touch-screen system with enhanced screen visibility for individuals with low vision and voice output through headphones to ensure voting privacy and independence for individuals who are blind. Using an intelligent Voter Card as the voter interface, this system permits voters to cast their votes eit

Automark

The AutoMARK is a voice output and switch adapted voting machine designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision or upper extremity disabilities. This touchscreen electronic voting machines has adjustable on-screen font sizes for voters with low vision, voice output for voters who are blind, and a sip/puff tube for voters unable to use the touch screen or buttons. The unit also has multiple language capability and supports write-in candidates, and can be used in combination with

Avc Advantage

AVC Advantage is a voice output voting machine designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This electronic voting system has a full ballot display with audio voting and smart card activation. A large candidate area on the ballot display accommodates large type. A tactile voting switch and visual indicator confirm that a voting selection has been made. The voting machine is wheelchair accessible. The machine supports up to 2,000 ballot styles with 504 ballot positions. POWER

Avc Edge

AVC Edge is a voice output voting machine designed for use by voters who are blind or have low vision. Its audio ballot capability helps voters with vision disabilities cast a secret ballot. It has a large high resolution color screen which is adjustable to serve voters of varying heights and physical abilities. The machine accommodates bilingual and multilingual ballots with up to 12 languages in up to 2,000 ballot styles, with a maximum ballot size of 500 pages with 1,000 contests/races/propos

Eslate Disabled Access Unit (Model Dau 5000)

The eSlate Disabled Access Unit, model DAU 5000, is a voice output and switch-accessible voting machine designed for use by voters who are blind or have low vision or who have severe physical or upper extremity disabilities. This voting machine has interfaces for head movement and sip and puff switches, which enable individuals with severe physical disabilities to cast their ballot using only head movement or their breath. An audio ballot reader includes audible signals that provide confirmation

Imagecast Precinct

The Imagecast Precinct is a voice output voting machine designed for use by voters who are blind or have low vision. The machine has an LCD touchscreen with an alternative audio and tactile interface using off-the-shelf headphones, and it includes a display for accessible interactive voter review of the ballot. It retains a secure digital image of every ballot cast, and eliminates ambiguous vote markings. The unit has one off/on switch and one security key. Tabulation and central databases encry

Ivotronic Touch Screen Voting System With Audio Ballot Feature

The iVotronic Touch Screen Voting System with Audio Ballot Feature is a voice output voting machine designed for use by voters who are blind or have low vision. The voice output feature presents both general use instructions and ballot choices to the voter in a human voice (not digitally synthesized) through headphones attached to the iVotronic unit. The voter puts on the audio headset provided with the unit, and the ballot is activated by inserting the ballot activator cartridge into the unit.

Vote-Trakker

Vote-Trakker is a voice output voting machine designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This voting machine has synthetic speech output, and supports any language available from Microsoft Corporation. Input is through a touch screen or a standard keyboard. After making their selections and pressing the "Cast Ballot" button, voters can review a printout of their choices that appears under a protective viewing window. This printout is retained by the machine.

Parent Category: Polling Place Accessibility
 
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