SuperCom Ltd, an Israeli provider of Electronic Intelligence Solutions for e-Government, Public Safety, and HealthCare, and Finance sectors announced that it was awarded a contract from an existing customer to implement a Secure Mobile Biometric Voter Registration and Identification System.
This new order from a customer of SuperCom of more than 10 years, aims to establish a more comprehensive and transparent election system to support the country’s democratic regulations.
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SuperCom expects to implement this system in less than 4 months and the incremental revenues related to this contract in 2015 is in an amount that is not material to SuperCom’ expected annual revenue.
The new contract consists of implementation of several interconnected EMS modules: Stationary and Mobile Biometric Registration stations; Central Secure Voter Registry System; AutomaticBiometric Identification System (AFIS / ABIS); Voter cards issuing and delivery.
“Governments around the world are looking to implement new technology to create more transparent voting procedures and build confidence in democratic election processes, ” commented Mr. Arie Trabelsi, President and CEO of SuperCom. “We are pleased to provide this long-term customer with our advanced Election Management Solution.”
SuperCom boasts that its advanced Election Management Solution (EMS) provides convenient mobile registration units and fixed stations, a Biometric sub-system, and a centralized management system.
The company states that EMS is designed for re-use, as needed, by the central electoral committee, for both local and national elections. Its capabilities include: The ability to establish a centralized registry for the voters, parties and candidates; Ability to generate a unique voter’ identity and unique voter number
Capacity to establish a centralized registry for election results; Produces quickly, in real-time, graphical and statistical reports.
SuperCom says that its EMS solution ensures: One voter one vote (using AFIS to guarantee unique and secure voter identity); Fully transparent and accountable elections; Increases the reliability of the system by biometric identity verification
Real-time registration status of voters and candidates; Support different levels of elections; Manage objections on voters and candidates; Enable repeating elections easily; Monitor and alerts on exceptional events; Support multiple elections at any given moment; Reduce the time of announcing of electoral results; Re-use the EMS system in future national and/or regional elections; Log any operation in the system for future investigation; Manage the ballot allocation automatically and effectively; Enable comparison and improvement of the election process over the years.