The motivation behind this EVM project is to create an electronic voting machine (EVM) that will help overcome the challenges posed by manual voting machines.
It aims to be cost-effective and time-saving, and eliminate potential fraudulent activities within the paper-based voting system.
In scenarios such as village elections, school elections, or college elections, this smart and budget-friendly EVM can ensure fair and efficient electoral processes.
This Electronic Voting Machine project features eight switches that are labeled S1 to S8, each corresponding to a candidate, and an additional switch S9 that is designated for displaying the results.
An LED is connected to D3 (pin 18) of Arduino Uno, while a buzzer is connected to D2 (pin 17) to indicate vote status.
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Voters can cast their votes for their preferred candidates. The cumulative vote count for each candidate is displayed on an LCD screen, and the final result can be calculated by pressing the result button (switch S9). Fig. 1 shows the prototype of our Smart Electronic Voting Machine.
|Components Used in this EVM Project|
|Board1||– Arduino board|
|LED1||– 5mm LED|
|Resistor (1/4-watt, ±5% carbon):|
|-LCD I2C (RG1602A)|
This project is entirely based on Arduino. We have a list of Arduino projects that we have built previously, you can also check that here: interesting Arduino Projects.