Voting & Evaluation Systems
DIGIVOTE III is the successor to the successful DIGIVOTE 2000 system, and sets new standards for intelligent response systems. DIGIVOTE III allows you to cover any area requiring a response from participants of your event, from traditional voting via information surveys and knowledge verification to interactive game shows.
DIGIVOTE III is a wireless response system that offers a variety of response modes to give you the information and feedback you want, including:
- Traditional voting modes like yes/no/abstain and for/against
- Information gathering and testing: multiple choice, ranking by order of preference, opinion polling and more
- Segment results analysis for individual results or group/team comparisons and contrasts
- Game show-style shoot-outs, weighted voting, election results
More than 10.000 voting units can be operated on a single radio frequency. There are five different radio channels on the 433 MHz ISM band. This means that several DIGIVOTE III units can be operated independently of each other. An additional radio channel is reserved for configuration purposes. The frequency used largely excludes W-LAN and Bluetooth interference. The range of the data enquiry is a 50-metre radius, which is equivalent to a surface area of approx. 3.000 sqm, naturally depending on the building architecture or fittings.
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