Central-counting Optical Scan
Step1. Fill the ballots paper
Step2. Ballots paper collection
Step3. Centralized ballots counting with COCER series equipment
Step4. Election results announcement
Step5. Election data transmission
The central counting machines are faster than hand-counting, so are typically used the night after the election, to give quick results. The paper ballots and electronic memories still need to be stored, to check that the images are correct, and to be available for court challenges.
Highlights in the centralized counting scenario
- The world's leading intelligent visual identification technology enables accurate processing of ballots paper and guarantees the reliability of election results.
- Excellent identification technology, supplemented by customized hardware, perfectly adaptive to all kinds of ballots paper, achieves high speed counting and greatly reduce the counting time.
- Each batch of 200 ballots paper can be counted at the same time, and the batch counting can be completed in a very short to ensure the efficiency.