Global Wireless e-Voting Seminar report


Date: 21 Feb 2016






In this Seminar Report paper, we reviewed the Global Wireless e-Voting Seminar Report. In the era of technology, the voting machine now used is highly unsecured. In the age of Computers we are compromising the security by opting for Electronic voting machine because in the present electronic voting machine is not intelligent that is, it cannot determine the person came for the voting is eligible or not. That mean the whole control is kept in the hands of Returning Officer who has charge of controlling respective polling booth. One more risk with the present voting machine is that any body can increase the vote count, since the count is present in the machine itself. In this paper we discussing on a voting machine that is “Global Wireless E-Voting Machine “. In this the machine is made intelligent so it can determine the eligibility of the voter who is coming to polling booth by scanning the eye pattern(finger print) and also the vote count is not kept into the same machine itself instead of it it is store in the Web server or remote server by converting it into radio waves. Here there is no chance of increasing the vote count of machine. Even in case of damage to voting machine there will not be harm to continuity of the election process. The overall concept of "Global Wireless E-Voting" is explained in this seminar.






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