A standalone system that guarantees interactions and voting with real-time
DIGIVOTE III is the standalone system from Brähler that sets new standards for intelligent voting and evaluation systems. Parliamentary votes, elections, knowledge surveys, opinion surveys, segment analyses, group comparisons or even interactive quizzes with real-time evaluations of the results and direct integration into the presentation – all of this is possible with DIGIVOTE III. The true strength of DIGIVOTE III is its capability for interaction. The chair or speaker can actively involve delegates into a presentation in the widest variety of ways. Equipped with wireless DIGIVOTE voting units, they can give feedback during an event and immediately see their input on the screen. Voting results can be integrated into a variety of file formats and enhanced through the integration of a logo, for example.
DIGIVOTE II allows more than 10,000 handheld devices to be operated on one radio frequency. There are five different radio channels available on the 433 MHz ISM band. This enables multiple DIGIVOTE III units to be operated independently of each other or multiple systems to be switched in parallel to accelerate the data retrieval speed.
traditional voting types such as yes/no/abstain
weighted votes, elections
information gathering and knowledge surveys: opinion surveys, multiple choice, prioritisation and much more
segment analysis for detailed results or group comparisons
game shows (including timed) with point scores for players or teams
One handheld unit per person, one transponder and the right software – these are the elements of the DIGIVOTE system. The two voting units VD30 parliamentary and VD30 interactive can be comfortably operated with one hand. VD30 parliamentary is designed for parliamentary statements and offers three selection options: yes, no or abstain. With ten number buttons, a decimal point and a minus button, VD30 interactive enables numeric data input for confirming more complex selection options. Both make use of "acknowledge voting", which shows in the display that the data has been successfully transmitted.
The results of the votes are sent to the TR30 transponder and forwarded to the PC equipped with the DIGIVOTE software. A timer function also enables the speed of responses to be recorded. In addition to checking the right answer, this also enables the fastest reaction to be integrated into the evaluation. The software allows the voting results to be graphically interpreted in any form. All voting modes can be freely configured. The software interface also offers its own graphic design options that work with a wide variety of office programs and can be easily integrated into Microsoft PowerPoint presentations. The voting data can be saved and evaluated in a variety of formats. The weighting of the delegates' votes as well as the post-processing and later comparison of the results are all possible.