Re: question about Diebold and Win CE COTS

From: Jim March <1_dot_jim_dot_march_at_gmail_dot_com>
Date: Fri Nov 07 2008 - 15:36:54 CST

On Fri, Nov 7, 2008 at 2:22 PM, David Jefferson <> wrote:
> I believe that Diebold is the only vendor that uses WinCE.
> David
> David Jefferson

David, I'm surprised you didn't at least know about Sequoia.


"2.1.2 HAAT

The Hybrid Activator, Accumulator & Transmitter (HAAT) is a portable,
shoe-box sized device, used primarily to activate Voter Cards used by
the Edge DRE.1 The HAAT-100 model, not used in California, may also
consolidate votes cast on Edges or Insights after an election, and
transmit the unofficial tally of a precinct over a cellular network 2
Although the hardware differs between the two versions of the HAAT,
the source code appears to be nearly identical. The source code is
written primarily in C#, runs on a standard 486 processor, and is
built on top of Windows CE 5.0."
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