The old Precinct Count Optical Scan
(PCOS) machines that the country used during the May 2013 polls may still be used in the May 2019 midterm elections.
8-million extended warranty contract with Smartmatic-TIM for the diagnostics and repair of 80,000 precinct count optical scan
machines used in the 2010 and 2013 elections for the purposes of the 2016 elections.
Consul Ferdinand Flores said the Philippine consulate is finalising a two-minute video aimed to teach Filipino voters how to cast their votes using the Precinct Count Optical Scan
(PCOS) machines in the presidential elections beginning on April 9.
The counting machines are updated models of the precinct count optical scan
machines (PCOS) used in the 2010 and 2015 elections.
Manila Times/Manila Hundreds of Precinct Count Optical Scan
(PCOS) machines turned out to be defective on election day, prompting calls to ban the use of the equipment in future polls.
Summary: A mock election was held at the Philippine Consulate General on Wednesday to test and seal six Precinct Count Optical Scan
(PCOS) machines shipped from Manila to automate the Overseas Absentee Voting (OAV) in Dubai and Abu Dhabi for the first time starting April 13.
Six precinct count optical scan
(PCOS) machines -- each with a capacity of 10,000 votes -- were unsealed and checked on Wednesday in Dubai in the presence of officials from Manila's Department of Science and Technology (Dost), Commission on Elections (Comelec), the media and Filipino community representatives.
At least 800 units of the precinct count optical scan
(PCOS) machines used in the 2010 and 2013 elections have been found to be defective.
Despite the upgrading and automation of Philippine elections such as the use of Precinct Count Optical Scan
(PCOC) that were sent to selected overseas posts earlier, "Comelec has remained open to the current personal voting system," Lim said.
Tenders are invited for Precinct Kits to be used with the Election Systems and Software Precinct Count Optical Scan
By Johanna M Sampan/Manila Times Casting doubts on the credibility of the automated elections, especially the accuracy of the Precinct Count Optical Scan
(PCOS) machines, an official of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) yesterday appealed to the Commission on Elections (Comelec) to conduct a parallel manual count on the results of the upcoming polls.
would have no role in the ongoing diagnostics of the old precinct count optical scan