AUBURN – Prime III, a revolutionary voting system developed at Auburn University, will be used by the National Society of Black Engineers to conduct their national election March 21-22 at the organization’s 34th annual national convention in Orlando, Fla.
Developed by Juan Gilbert, TSYS Distinguished Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering at AU, Prime III is a secure, electronic, user-friendly voting system that integrates touch screen technology with speech recognition and video interfacing to provide all Americans with equal access so they can vote.
AUBURN – Auburn University’s Juan Gilbert, TSYS Distinguished Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, will present his revolutionary voting system, Prime III, to legislators, government officials and media on Capitol Hill next week.
The event is scheduled for Thursday, March 6, from 9 a.m. to noon, in room 1310 of the Longworth House Office Building in Washington, D.C. Gilbert’s presentation is sponsored by the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, a non-partisan research and educational institute whose mission is to formulate and promote public policies to advance technological innovation and productivity internationally. The creators of two other voting systems have also been invited to participate in the forum.