[E-voting] Information on Nedap (flash) web site (http://www.nedap.nl/)

David GLAUDE dglaude at poureva.be
Sun Dec 25 18:36:51 GMT 2005


In the Investor/Press release part you will find that Nedap does not
plan to sell many e-Voting box in the short term:
http://www.nar.nl/nedap/pdf/half_yearly_report_2005.pdf

...

After the delivery of the last voting machines to the Irish Republic in
the first half of 2004, the turnover for the Election Systems market
group has been virtually zero. No substantial turnover is expected here
either in the short term. In the United States, the individual states -
our initial focus being the state of New York - are currently working on
amending legislation in line with the federal Help America Vote Act
(Hava). This group is characterised by large fluctuation in turnover.

[Does this mean no new expension of Nedap eVoting machine in the near
futur?]

...

... The construction of the new sales offices in Germany is expected to
be completed at the end of the year, and in Spain the new construction
can be moved into in the second quarter of 2006.

[Does this mean lobbying on Germany and Spain will increase?]

...

Other stuff on that web site...

I guess you will not find anything usefull in the Anual report:
http://www.nar.nl/nedap/anual_report_2004.pdf
http://www.nar.nl/nedap/anualreport2003.pdf

Here is an old (31-10-2002 press release about Ireland):
http://www.nar.nl/cgi-bin/db/nedap/printnews.pl?filename=A021104041933

"Nedap Voting Computer throughout Ireland by 2004

Groenlo, October 31, 2002
Yesterday, the government of the Republic of Ireland made a definite
decision to introduce nationwide the voting computer of the N.V.
Nederlandsche Apparatenfabriek 'Nedap'. This decision was announced
today in Dublin. According to press releases issued by the Irish
government, a total investment of ? 33 million is involved. The decision
means that Nedap will deliver an additional 6,000 machines during the
next year and a half, following delivery of some 1,000 voting computers
for test projects in and around Dublin.

..."

David GLAUDE



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