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SPECIALIZED PPCRV

VOLUNTEER TRAINING

DR. ARWIN SERRANO


Chairman, AMVATT & TAG
Luzon Regional Coordinator

ELECTIVE POSITIONS
SENATORS
12
PARTY-LIST REPRESENTATIVES
58
MEMBER, HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
233
GOVERNORS
80
VICE-GOVERNORS
80
MEMBER, SANGGUNIANG PANLALAWIGAN
766
CITY MAYORS
143
MEMBER, SANGGUNIANG PANLUNGSOD
1,598
MUNICIPAL MAYORS
1,491
MUNICIPAL VICE MAYORS
1,491
MEMBER, SANGGUNIANG BAYAN
11,932
ADDITIONAL POSITIONS FOR ARMM ELECTIONS
REGIONAL GOVERNORS
1
REGIONAL VICE GOVERNORS
1
REGIONAL ASSEMBLYMEN
24
Total Seats:
18,053

GENERAL STATISTICS

54,363,844 M Registered Voters (including


ARMM)
344,529 Established Precincts
92,509 Clustered Precincts
36,788 Voting Centers
97,877 VCM Machines
5,235 plus Spare VCMs
Maximum of 800 Voters per Clustered
Precinct
18 Regions
81 Provinces
143 Cities
1,491 Municipalities
42,036 Barangays

VOTE COUNTING MACHINE ( VCM )


SAES 1800 plus

Item

SAES-1800 (Old Machine)

SAES-1800plus (New
Machine)

Remarks

The new machine


Processor
Single Core (140MHz)
is7x faster than the
old machine
The new machines
1GB DDR3
has
32x
more
RAM Memory
32 MB
memory
110-240V AC
No change
Power supply
110-240V AC
The new media is
more
reliable
media, reducing the
External
SD
issues due to pins
CF Card
Storage media
being bent during
installation of CF
cards
The
internal
memory capacity is
Internal Storage 4MB
eMMC 2GB
512x bigger in the
new machine
The new machine
12V DC - Charged by provides
the
12V DC - Not charged by the
External battery
the unit while AC
capability to charge
unit
power is available
the battery while
connected to the AC
Full Color (RGB 24The new machine
Display Screen Grayscale 4.72"
bit) 7" 800x480
has a bigger and
pixel.
colored screen
YES
No change
Touchscreen
YES
The new machine
has
a
better
Screen design
Low
Full Graphics
interface, more user
flexibility
friendly
and
Free scale IMX6 1
Ghz

Item
iButton receptacle

SAES-1800 (Old Machine)

SAES-1800plus (New
Machine)

YES

YES

USB Interface

N/A

YES

Biometric device
interface (VIU)

N/A

YES

Support for audio


review

N/A

YES - 3.5 audio jack


provided

Ethernet interface

N/A

YES

Speaker for signals


and alarms

N/A

YES

Remarks
No change
The
new
machine
supports USB modems
(Tattoos) that can be
used for transmission.
External
proprietary
modem is no longer
required.
The
new
machine
supports Smartmatics
devices for biometric
authentication of the
voters.
The
new
machine
supports vote audio
review
for
impaired
voters via headphones
or internal speakers
The new machine has
an
Ethernet
card
(Network
Card)
embedded that can be
used for transmission.
External
proprietary
modem is no longer
required
The
new
machine
supports vote audio
review
for
impaired
voters via headphones
or internal speakers.
Also audio notifications
(beeping sound) are
available

Item

SAES-1800 (Old Machine)

SAES-1800plus
(New Machine)

Ballot
segregation
mechanism

YES

YES

Scanner lens
self diagnostics

N/A

YES

Symmetric
encryption
support

AES 128 bits

AES 256 bits

Assymetric
encryption
support

1024 bits

2048 bits

Hash

MD5, SHA-1, SHA-

Remarks
Functionality used to
divert
the
fake/
spurious/ duplicated
ballots
The
new
machine
provides
an
automatic detection
algorithm in real-time
to
detect
if
the
scanner lenses are
compromised (dirty,
stained, etc).
The
new
machine
supports
stronger
encryption keys (2x
the size of the old
machine), in order to
increase the security
and reliability of the
system
The
new
machine
supports
stronger
keys (2x the size of
the old machine) for
digital signatures, in
order to increase the
security
and
reliability
of
the
system
The
new
machine
supports
multiple

QUICK STATISTICS
Particulars
Registered Voters
Established Precincts

Number
54,363,844
369,133

Clustered Precincts

92,509

Total VCMs

97,877

VCMs for Local (Philippines) Voting

VCMs for Overseas Voting


(including contingency)
Contingency VCMs for Local

92,509

129
30 Countries
3,535

V
S
4.72 screen; b&w Colored 7
screen; OSV
120 mHz, 128-bit 1gHz; 256-bit
security security
CF Cards SD cards
ABOUT THE PCOS V. VCM
No self-diagnostic
Self-diagnostic
VCM

Precinct
information
programmed into
machine:
A word
about security
of
location,
no.
etc.
voters,
Uses Passwords
& PINs;
3 digital
signatures; and
256-bit
Encryption
ABOUT THE VCM SECURITY FEATURES

Ballot scans both


sides simultaneously
Ballots are identified
by the machine
(precinct specific) and
are rejected if:
Fake/Photocopied/Du
plicate;
previously inserted
or scanned;
A word about the
for another different
Uses UV & barcoAppx
ballots
19 in length (Nonprecinct;
ARMM)
contains ambiguous
Uses UV & Barcode
marks
ABOUT
THE VCM SECURITY FEATURES
security;

VOTE COUNTING MACHINE


ACCURA
TE
VERIFIA
BLE
SECURE
ABOUT THE
VCM

FAST
ACCESSI
BLE
TRANSPAR
PRACTIC
ENT
AL

CHARACTERISTICS

LCD
Scree
n

Cast
Butto
n
Retur
n
Butto
n

Liquid Crystal
Display (LCD)
Screen
- an 8 diagonal
viewing area and
touch screen
capability for data
and system
navigation
input
Cast
Button
-purposes.
has a check mark
used to cast ballots.

Return Button
Ballot
Entry
Slot

- has an X mark used


to return ballots.

Ballot Entry Slot


- ballots are inserted
and/or returned here

ABOUT THE
VCM

PARTS OF THE VCM

The ovals
must be fully
shaded.
Incompletely
shaded ovals
will be either
misread or
not read by
the VCM at
all.
USING THE VCM FILLING UP THE BALLOT

Oval spaces what voters shade when indicating their


vote.

Make sure the ovals are FULLY shaded. Use the Marking
Pens provided.
USING THE VCM FILLING UP THE BALLOT

When you mark your choices this way, YOUR VOTES WILL
NOT BE COUNTED.

RIZAL, Jose

Make sure the ovals are FULLY shaded. Use the Marking
Pens provided.
USING THE VCM FILLING UP THE BALLOT

Ballot should
be inserted
gently into
the ballot
entry slot.
Note that the
ballot can be
inserted in
any of four
orientations
(EXCEPT
SIDEWAYS, OF
COURSE
:D)BALLOT CASTING
USING THE VCM

The voter can


review the
scanned ballot
on the LCD
screen. This is
called OnScreen
Verification.

USING THE VCM

BALLOT CASTING

But because
of the
Receipt
issuance
ruling, the
voter has
only 1
second for
the OSV;
after 1
second, the
VCM will
automaticall
y cast the
USING THE VCM BALLOT CASTING / ONSCREEN VERIFICATION
ballot.

be issued after
the ballot has
been cast, the
receipt has to
be cut using the
scissor provided
for the purpose;
the voter is
allowed to
review the
contents and
afterwards put
it in the
depository box.
Taking out the
USING THE VCM VOTING RECEIPT ISSUANCEreceipt is an

WHAT IF I CANT FIND MY NAME ON


THE LIST OF VOTERS?

Approach the PPCRV


Help Desk or Voters
Assistance Desk and
present valid
#NoBioNoBoto
identification.

WHAT IF IM ILLITERATE OR A PWD?


CAN I STILL VOTE?

Yes! If your illiteracy is


on record, and if you
are incapable of filling
up a ballot on your
A
RELATIVE
own,
you
are
entitled
WITHIN THE
SOMEONE
A MEMBER
4 CIVIL
WHO
LIVES IN
OF THE
to
an
assistor.
DEGREE OF
THE SAME
BOARD OF
TH

CONSANGUINI

HOUSEHOLD

ELECTION

NOTE: Person
assisting the
illiterate/PWD voter
shall bind himself in
writing and under
oath to fill out the
ballot strictly in
accordance with
the instructions of
the voter and not to

WHAT IF POWER GOES OUT ON


ELECTION DAY?

Dont worry! The VCM


is equipped with a
back-up battery thats
good for 14 hours.

WHAT IF THE MARKING PEN GIVEN ME


IS DRY?

Ask for a new one.


Dont use ballpens or

VOTING HOURS:

6AM-5PM

At least 10 people can


vote at the same time

2
1

BEI

5
6

1. GET BALLOT
2. GO TO VOTING
AREA

3. VOTE THEN GO
TO VCM
4. GET INKED
5. ISSUANCE OF
VOTING RECEIPT
6. PUTTING BACK THE
RECEIPT TO THE RECEIPT
RECEPTACLE BOX

7. EXIT

ORAL COUNCIL FOR RESPONSIBLE V


Thank You !!!!

DR. ARWIN A.
SERRANO
Chairman, AMVATT & TAG
Luzon Regional Coordinator
Tel. No. 3994730
Cell No. 09265624888
09183589228 /