Clear Ballot produces the ClearVote 1.0 paper-based voting system that includes the ClearCount P1000 precinct optical scanner, the ClearAccess touchscreen ballot marking device, and ClearCount central count scanner, which uses a commercial off-the-shelf printers, typically Fujitsu fi-6800 high-speed scanners.
ClearAccess is an accessible ballot marking system that operates on unmodified off-the-shelf touchscreen computers. ClearAccess software records voters’ choices and prints machine-readable ballots that can be scanned and tabulated within the same processing stream as voter-marked ballots. ClearAccess outputs a marked paper ballot, similar to all other ballots in the election, which can be scanned on ClearCount central or the ClearCount precinct system.
|TED Talk by Clear Ballot CEO Larry Moore:
||Clear Ballot Scanner Operator Training Video prepared for the NY Board of Elections: