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Voting Machines and App Based Remote Voting Systems: Market Shares, Market Analysis, and Market Forecasts, Worldwide, 2020 to 2026

  • ID: 5188722
  • Report
  • October 2020
  • Region: Global
  • 270 Pages
  • Wintergreen Research, Inc
App-Based Voting Machine Markets, at $6 Million in 2020, is Forecast to Grow to $8 Billion by 2026

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • ByteGrid
  • Dominion Voting
  • Google
  • Idox/Halarose Holdings
  • Microsoft
  • Scytl

Voting machines, including smartphone voting services, represent next-generation automation of getting people to register selection of people able to perform governance, a market that reaches $8 billion dollars in 2026. 

Democracy as a business leverages the equipment necessary for running elections. Voter registration devices are core to election systems. Marking devices, mobile voting devices, apps, prevention of election fraud, prevention of voting machine hacking, support for voting remotely, marking devices for voters, ID management devices, and tabulation equipment that counts votes accurately are used to run an election.

Worldwide remote voting systems markets are poised to achieve remarkable uptake in the market. Next-generation voting systems promise to bring the biggest change in a democracy that has ever occurred. The cost of running a voting system is dramatically lower. Solid, secure voting systems will encourage confidence in the voting process and draw more people into the voting cycles.

Smartphone voting supports ease of use. People take their phones with them everywhere they go. This new technology promises to have a profound effect on the pursuit of democracy worldwide for government voting, corporate voting, community development voting, and for union voting.

App-based voting machine markets, at $6 million in 2020, is forecast to grow to $8 billion by 2026. With the opportunity to participate in the next generation voting by smartphone, more people are going to be able to have their preferences count collectively. Collaborative participation in achieves broad economies of scale, making them far more affordable and more available for the entire new industrial revolution.

Key Topics Covered:

  • Smart Phone Voting
  • Voting Wireless Digitalization
  • Autonomous Mobile Voting Machines
  • APP-Based Voting
  • Electronic Voting Machines
  • Secure Storage Voting Equipment
  • Hacking Voting Machines
  • End to End Data Encryption
  • Vote Selection Data Protection
  • BlockChain Ballot Box
  • Secure Sockets
  • Middleware Messaging
  • Secure Vote Smart Phone
  • Remote Voting System
  • Voting Machine Market
  • Voting Machine Forecasts
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • ByteGrid
  • Dominion Voting
  • Google
  • Idox/Halarose Holdings
  • Microsoft
  • Scytl

1. App-Based Voting and Electronic Voting Machines Market Description and Market Dynamics
1.1 Secure Storage Voting Equipment
1.2 Difference Between Hand Counts and Counts Graph by Anselmo Sampietro
1.3 Hacking Voting Machines
1.3.1 Hackers at Defcon
1.3.2 Documented Voting Machine Vulnerabilities
1.4 Vote Counting Statistical Irregularities Graph by Anselmo Sampietro
1.5 Securing Democracy
1.5.1 Need for Secure Vote Smartphone Remote Voting System
1.5.2 Use Secure Banking System as a Model
1.5.3 Secure Remote Voting System Aspects
1.5.4 Remote Voting System Modeled on Remote Healthcare Delivery
1.6 Smartphone Voting
1.7 Voting Is A Singular Event: An Election Has a Beginning, a Middle, and an End
1.7.1 Smartphone Voting Has Not Been Considered Viable

2. Voting Machines Market Shares and Forecasts
2.1 Voting Machine Market Driving Forces
2.2 Voting Machine Market Shares
2.2.1 US Voting Machine Market Shares
2.2.2 International Voting Machine Companies
2.3 App-Based Voting and Electronic Voting Machine Market Forecasts, Worldwide
2.3.1 Non-Governmental Elections Including Union Elections
2.4 US Voting Machine Market Forecasts
2.5 US Voting Machine Market Segment Forecasts
2.6 Smartphone Voting
2.7 App-Based Smartphone and Tablet Voting, Elections Market Forecasts, Governmental and Nongovernmental Worldwide
2.7.1 App-Based Smartphone and Tablet Political Electoral Systems Market Forecasts
2.8 Political Electoral Systems Are Organized By Governments Worldwide As Illustrated Following
2.8.1 App-Based Smartphone and Tablet, Non-Political Elections Market Forecasts
2.8.1 Smartphone Voting as Response to Coronavirus Covid-19
2.8.2 Smartphone Voting as Response to Riots
2.8.3 Operating System Protection for Voting Machines
2.9 Voting Machines Costs

3. Voting Machines Users
3.1 ES&S Users
3.2 Types of Election Systems and Distribution
3.3 Voting Machine US State by State Analysis
3.3.1 California
3.3.2 Hart InterCivic Products Used By California Jurisdictions
3.3.3 Colorado
3.3.4 Georgia
3.3.5 Hawaii
3.3.6 Illinois
3.3.7 Dominion in Cook County Illinois
3.3.8 IIlinois Chicago Dominoin
3.3.9 Indiana
3.3.10 Kentucky,
3.3.11 Louisana
3.3.12 Dominion in Louisiana
3.3.13 Nevada
3.3.14 New York
3.3.15 Ohio
3.3.16 Oklahoma
3.3.17 Pennsylvania
3.3.18 Rhode Island
3.3.19 Texas
3.3.20 Virginia
3.3.21 Washington

4. Voting Machines Research and Technology
4.1 Voting Security and Accessibility Standards Organizations
4.1.1 Government Blockchain Association (GBA)
4.1.2 EAC
4.1.3 United Nations Assistance
4.1.4 ERS in the UK
4.1.5 Elections Infrastructure Information Sharing and Analysis Center
4.1.6 US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Designates Elections as Having Critical Infrastructure
4.1.7 CISA’S Election Services
4.1.8 CIS Benchmarks
4.1.9 NIST
4.1.10 Google
4.2 US Election Infrastructure Subsector Government Coordinating Councils
4.3 Microsoft Windows
4.4 Gems Database
4.5 Remote Voting
4.6 Remote-Access Software from ES&S
4.7 Computer Security
4.7.1 Security Threats From Foreign Entities
4.7.2 Putin Takes Personally Hillary Clinton Charges of Rigged Election in Russia
4.7.3 Voting Machine Transparency Achieved Via Computer Scientists And Academics Hacking
4.8 Voter Registration System Vulnerabilities

5. Voting Machine Companies
5.1 ByteGrid
5.2 Clear Ballot
5.2.1 Clear Ballot: Independent, Automated Audit
5.2.2 ClearDesign Browser-Based Ballot Styles
5.3 Democracy Live
5.3.1 West Virginia Chooses a Service by Democracy Live
5.4 Dominion Voting
5.4.1 Dominion Service & Support
5.4.2 Dominion Product Suite
5.4.3 Dominion ImageCast Precinct
5.4.4 Dominion ImageCast Central
5.4.5 Dominion Voting Functions
5.5 Hart InterCivic
5.6 McCarthy Group, LLC/Election Systems & Software (ES&S)
5.6.1 ES&S DS850
5.6.2 ES&S Voting Machine Security Features:
5.6.3 ES&S Physical and System Access Controls
5.6.4 ES&S Audit Logs
5.6.5 ES&S Proprietary Flash Drives
5.6.6 ES&S System Application Controls
5.6.7 ES&S Encryption, Hash Validation and Digital Signatures
5.6.8 ES&S Number of Installations
5.6.9 Election Systems & Software ExpressVote UVS
5.6.10 Election Systems & Software Product Line
5.6.11 Election Systems & Software
5.7 Facebook
5.8 Google
5.9 Hart InterCivic Paper Ballot Voting
5.9.1 Hart InterCivic Revenue
5.9.2 Hart Digital Voting Systems Provide Improved Flexibility and Transparency
5.9.3 Hart InterCivics Electronic Voting
5.9.4 Hart InterCivics Vote-By-Mail
5.9.5 Hart InterCivics Convenience Voting
5.10 Microsoft
5.10.1 Microsoft ElectionGuard
5.10.2 Microsoft ElectionGuard Homomorphic Encryption
5.10.3 Microsoft ElectionGuard Spot Checks And Administrative Audits
5.10.4 Defending Democracy Program
5.11 Idox/Halarose Holdings
5.11.1 Idox/Halarose
5.12 Indra Sistemas, S.A.
5.12.1 Indra Experience
5.12.2 Indra Electronic Vote Certified by the United Nations and by the European Union
5.13 Microsoft
5.14 MyVote
5.15 Premier Election Solutions
5.16 Scytl
5.16.1 Scytl Customers
5.16.2 Scytl Public Elections
5.16.3 Scytl Private Organization Elections
5.17 Sequoia Voting Systems
5.18 Smartmatic International
5.18.1 Smartmatic International Online Ballot Delivery Platform
5.18.2 Smartmatic User Base
5.19 Voatz
5.20 Votem
5.20.1 Votem/Everyone Counts
5.21 Vidaloop
5.21.1 Vidaloop App Accessibility Configuration

6. EAC Registered Voting Machine Companies
6.1.1 HAVA Mandates that EAC Accredit Voting System Test Laboratories
6.1.2 U.S. Election Assistance Commission System Manufacturers

7. US Voting Statistics

8. US EAC Certification
8.1 Selected Voting Machine Companies

List of Figures
Figure 1. App-Based Smartphone and Tablet Voting, Elections Market Forecasts, US Governmental and Non US Governmental, Dollars, Worldwide, 2020-2028
Figure 2. Basic Types Of Voting Equipment.
Figure 3. Hand-Counted Ballots Show A Higher Return for Sanders in the 2016 NY Democratic Presidential Primary
Figure 4. Hackers at Defcon Have Shown How Easy It Is To Get Through Voting Machines' Cybersecurity.
Figure 5. Documented Voting Machine Vulnerabilities
Figure 6. Election Machine and Vote Counting Security Aspects:
Figure 7. Election Machine and Vote Counting Security Topics:
Figure 8. 2016 New York Democratic presidential primary, Columbia County
Figure 9. Virtual Delivery Model for Remote Voting
Figure 10. Smartphone Voting Essentials
Figure 11. Voting Machine Market Driving Forces
Figure 12. Voting Machine Market Driving Features
Figure 13. Voting Machines Dollars, US, Market Shares, 2019
Figure 14. Voting Machine Market Shares, Dollars, US, 2019
Figure 15. Voting Machine Market Participants, Dollars, US, 2019
Figure 16. Voting Machines Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2019
Figure 17. App-Based Voting and Electronic Voting Machine Market Forecasts, Governmental Elections, Dollars, Worldwide, 2019-2026
Figure 18. Electronic Voting Machine Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2019-2026
Figure 19. App-Based Governmental Voting Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2019-2026
Figure 20. App-Based Voting and Electronic Voting Machine Market Forecast Worldwide: Governmental Elections, Dollars and Percent App-Based, 2020-2026
Figure 21. Smartphone Voting Software Subscriptions for Union Elections, Worldwide, Dollars, Forecasts, 2020-2028
Figure 22. Electronic Voting Machine Market Forecasts, Dollars, US Governments, 2020 - 2026
Figure 23. Voting Machine Market Forecasts, US, Dollars, 2020 - 2026
Figure 24. Voting Machines Market, US, Units, 2020 - 2026
Figure 25. Voting Machine Segment Forecasts, Vote Tabulators, Voter Registration Systems, US, Dollars, 2020 - 2026
Figure 26. Voting Machines Market Segment Forecasts, Vote Selection Mechanisms, Vote Tabulators, Voter Registration Systems, US, Percent, 2020 - 2026
Figure 27. Voting Machine Market Forecasts, Vote Tabulators, Voter Registration Systems, US, Units, 2020 - 2026
Figure 28. Voting Machines Market Segment Forecasts, Vote Selection Mechanisms, Vote Tabulators, Voter Registration Systems, US, Dollars, 2020 – 2026
Figure 29. Smartphone Voting Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2019
Figure 30. Smartphone Voting Software Market Forecasts, Dollars, US, 2020-2028
Figure 31. App-Based Smartphone and Tablet Voting, Non Governmental Election Market Forecast, Worldwide, Corporate, Legislative, Judgeship, Union, Community Development, Co-Op Elections, per Election Segment, 2020-2028
Figure 32. App-Based Smartphone and Tablet Voting, Elections Market Forecasts, US Governmental and Non US Governmental, Dollars, Worldwide, 2020-2028
Figure 33. App-Based Smartphone and Tablet Voting, Governmental Election Market Forecast, US National, Regional, and Local Elections, Dollars, 2020-2028
Figure 34. App-Based Smartphone and Tablet Voting, Governmental Election Market Forecast, US National, Regional, and Local Elections, Voters per Type of Election, 2020-2028
Figure 35. App-Based Smartphone and Tablet Voting, Governmental Election Market Forecast, US National, Regional, and Local Elections, Dollars, 2020-2028
Figure 36. App-Based Cell Phone and Tablet Voting Governmental Election Market Forecast Non-US, Rest of World, National, Regional, and Local Elections, Voters per Type of Election, 2020-2028
Figure 37. App-Based Smartphone and Tablet Voting, Governmental Election Market Forecast, Non-US, Rest of World, National, Regional, and Local Elections, Dollars, 2020-2028
Figure 38. App-Based Smartphone and Tablet Voting, Governmental Election Market Forecast, Non-US, Rest of World, National, Regional, and Local Elections, Voters per Type of Election, 2020-2028
Figure 39. Map Showing the Electoral Systems Used To Elect Candidates To The Lower House Of National Legislatures, As Of 2019
Figure 40. Voter Turnout in Selected Countries Worldwide, Percent
Figure 41. Global Trade Union Membership
Figure 42. App-Based Smartphone and Tablet Voting Non-Governmental Election Market Forecast, Worldwide, Unions, Corporations, Community Development Agencies, Courts, Legislatures, Dollars, Forecasts, 2020-2028
Figure 43. Coming to a Virtual Office
Figure 44. Brennan Center Estimates the Cost Of Replacing The Remaining Paperless Direct Recording Electronic Voting Machines
Figure 45. ES&S Precinct Tabulators and Accessible Voting Systems Prices
Figure 46. Voting equipment usage as of November 2018
Figure 47. Dominion in Cook County Illinois Metrics
Figure 48. 132 Municipalities Make Cook County One Of The Largest Jurisdictions in the US.
Figure 49. New York State Dominion Metrics
Figure 50. Texas Counties Using ES&S
Figure 51. Texas Counties Using ImageCast Precinct Scanner and the ICX Ballot Marking Device
Figure 52. Number of States and Territories Receiving United Nations Electoral Assistance, by Biennium 1991 to 2019
Figure 53. United Nations Development Program for Election Support
Figure 54. CISA Election Target Infrastructure to Be Protected
Figure 55. CISA Support Aspects of Fair and Free Elections for the American Democracy
Figure 56. CISA assessments and infographics on Election Infrastructure Cyber Risk and Mail-in Voting in 2020 Infrastructure Risk
Figure 57. CISA Election Voting Systems and Infrastructure Modules Supported
Figure 58. CISA Free Services to US states
Figure 59. CIS Election Security Resources
Figure 60. CIS Safeguards Against Specific Attack Patterns
Figure 61. NIST Research Activities Regarding Elections
Figure 62. Organizations Represented On GCC:
Figure 63. Clear Ballot: Independent, Automated Audit
Figure 64. Clear Ballot Customers
Figure 65. Dominion Customer Service and Support
Figure 66. Dominion Product Suite
Figure 67. Dominion ImageCast Evolution
Figure 68. Dominion ImageCast Precinct
Figure 69. Dominion ImageCast Central
Figure 70. Dominion Voting Functions:
Figure 71. ES&S Products
Figure 72. ES&S DS8508000-Ballots-Per-Hour Central-Count Scanner
Figure 73. ES&S Voting Machine Security Features:
Figure 74. Election Systems & Software ExpressVote UVS
Figure 75. ES&S ExpressVote UVS Features
Figure 76. Election Systems & Software Product Line
Figure 77. Election Systems & Software DS200
Figure 78. ES&S’ DS200 Precinct Vote Scanner And Vote Tabulator Features
Figure 79. ES&S CentralPoint Is a Web-Based Application Functions
Figure 80. ES&S Core Values
Figure 81. Hart InterCivic Paper Ballot Voting Complete Components Offering
Figure 82. Microsoft ElectionGuard
Figure 83. Defending Democracy Program Challenges
Figure 84. Defending Democracy Program Positioning
Figure 85. Microsoft ElectionGuard System
Figure 86. Scytl Leading Customers
Figure 87. Scytl Election Night Reporting European Union Parliament
Figure 88. Federal Administration Council Brazil
Figure 89. Council of Architects and Town Planners Brazil
Figure 90. Commission on Elections (COMELEC) the Philippines
Figure 91. Elections Ontario
Figure 92. State of New York
Figure 93. State of Colorado
Figure 94. State of Iowa
Figure 95. State of Georgia
Figure 96. State of Connecticut
Figure 97. Scytl Election Metrics
Figure 98. Scytl Election Presence Worldwide
Figure 99. Scytl Election Types
Figure 100. Votem Smartphone Voting
Figure 101. Votem Voting Products
Figure 102. Votem Private And Public Sector Clients
Figure 103. Vidaloop Smartphone Voting
Figure 104. Vidaloop Technology
Figure 105. Vidaloop App Accessibility Configuration
Figure 106. Vidaloop Ballot Presentation
Figure 107. U.S. Election Assistance Commission System Manufacturers
Figure 108. Number Registered Voters by State
Figure 109. US EAC Certification
Figure 110. References

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  • ByteGrid
  • Democracy Live
  • Dominion Voting
  • Facebook
  • Google
  • Hart InterCivic
  • Idox/Halarose Holdings
  • Indra Sistemas, S.A.
  • McCarthy Group, LLC/Election Systems & Software (ES&S)
  • Microsoft
  • MyVote
  • Premier Election Solutions
  • Scytl
  • Sequoia Voting Systems
  • Smartmatic International
  • Vidaloop
  • Voatz
  • Votem
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