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We believe that interaction is the difference between a monologue and a dialogue. Make your next meeting, event, training course or conference interactive by using live voting systems to encourage participation and increase audience engagement.

Pump up your presentation with Audience Alive’s live voting systems!

We believe that interaction is the difference between

a monologue and a dialogue.

Make your next meeting, event, training course or conference interactive by using live voting systems to encourage participation and increase audience engagement. Who knew that clickers and buzzers could actually enhance the delivery and influence of a presentation? Well…we did, and that’s the reason why we are continually searching for and implementing the latest in audience response technology (buzzers included!).

Keypads & Buzzers & Clickers – Oh My!

Working with Audience Alive offers a range of live interactive voting system solutions that can help you improve your event’s return on investment. Audience response technology allows you to bring your audience into the discussion, by giving them a voice and an opportunity to impact the outcome or goal of the presentation. Live voting systems can be used from a conference to an employee induction or an election; any setting where you need information from your audience.

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Voting System Advantages:

Simple

Low cost

Engages everyone

Doesn’t need internet connection

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Voting System Disadvantages:

Easily pocketable

How would your company use live voting systems?

A bunch of ways: conduct an interactive quiz, an opinion poll, brainstorming ideas, or survey. Information you receive through quiz voting or otherwise, while increasing engagement also gives you a measurable way to qualify the reactions of your audience. We’ve researched. We’ve tested. And we’ve trialed many technologies, to deliver our clients live voting systems that work, and work well in bringing their presentations to a whole new level of kickass!

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We’ve Researched, We’ve Tested!

Our lightweight, credit card-sized, handheld voting keypad device is used in audience participation as an engaging, real-time voting system. Your delegates can cast a vote based on a series of questions listed on a presentation slide, by each audience member pressing the button corresponding to their response. These responses are then collated immediately by a receiver, and are presented instantly via an attractive graph or chart integrated into your slideshow. Imagine a voting system which is more efficient and easier to conduct, with no long waiting times for a manual count. Votes can be anonymous which means that you can get more honest responses; you don’t get that with a twitter display! You will also be able to get the opinions of those normally unwilling to speak up, not just the vocal majority.

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No matter your size we’ll bring your audience alive, with our audience response technology!

Whether you’re an individual presenting to 10 people, a small company or large corporate our voting system keypads are optimized to work for you and deliver the information and results you need to make your presentation memorable and influential. Our live voting keypad provides features and functionality that ensures responses from 10 to 1000’s of attendees are transmitted to the presenter in an accurate, effortless and timely manner.

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Examples of use:

  1. Conference – training – workshop – evaluation – product launch
  2. Meeting – opinion polls – surveys – evaluation – market research
  3. Business – brainstorming – action planning – sales strategy meetings -employee induction
  4. Council voting – AGM’s – elections – recruitment
  5. Team building – quizzes – staff training – trivia events – motivational events – staff meetings – knowledge testing

Top reasons to use:

  1. Involve participants and increase memory retention by three to five times.
  2. Increase interest and participation with interaction.
  3. Show results instantly and increase involvement and enjoyment for both participants and presenters.
  4. Quality discussions on gaps in thinking that have been raised.
  5. Provide invaluable information and detail by reviewing evaluation and comparison.

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How Can I Use Live Voting Systems At My Conference?

Anonymous:
The system consists of a keypad for each audience member, a receiver, and software that allows questions posed by the presenter. The system allows presenters to pose a series of questions, with the ten button keypads allowing audience members to enter information, which is immediately available to the presenter. Anonymous audience members responses are aggregated real time on a screen, the results then used to form the basis of deeper discussion and understanding in a wide range of subject areas.
Registered:
In a registered vote audience members are given a specific keypad which is registered to their name this allowing further insight into specific audience members’ opinions.
Themed Quiz:
Audience Alive can create an Interactive Themed Quiz based around your business or sector. The quiz uses keypads to allow contestants to answer multiple-choice questions that increase in difficulty. The questions can be tailored to your companies business sector or specific theme (eg: Sports) along with lighthearted general trivia questions. The audience can vote as teams or as individuals. Participants have to answer the multiple choice questions which are displayed on the screen by pressing the required button on the Keypad. Participants can change their mind – the last button pressed is the taken as their answer. Each right answer is awarded points. There are rounds of questions with a leader board after each round. The overall winner is easily identified via the fastest finger leaderboard.
AGM Weighted:

In recent years there has been a marked increase in the level of voting at company general meetings and a move from a show of hands to resolutions being taken by electronic poll. These factors have led to a need to automate the voting process. In response to the changes, Audience Alive has developed an electronic voting system that streamlines the voting process: Polling is conducted live via our moderator and motions are added on the spot for greater transparency. Votes can be weighted by the attendee’s shareholding. Votes are recorded instantly and accurately with the results being displayed live on-screen. A comprehensive set of reports are produced post event. 

TV style Debate:
As with classic BBC television shows such as The Doha Debates, Audience Alive can facilitate the voting at a company or sector debate on a specific subject. The audience are asked to vote on the motion at the start of the debate and then again once the debate has concluded. The comparative result is then shown identifying any swing in consensus as a result of the debate.

Frequently Asked Questions About Live Voting Systems

Is the system RF (Radio) or Infrared?
The equipment is the latest Spread spectrum RF (Radio) based equipment operating at 2.4Ghz. We have never had interference of any kind in over 15 years of operation at hundreds of events. Please ask about our RF Interoperability statement if required.
How does it work?
The system consists of a keypad for each audience member, a receiver, and software that allows questions posed by the presenter. The system allows presenters to pose a series of questions, with the ten button keypads allowing audience members to enter information, which is immediately available to the presenter. Audience members responses are aggregated real time on a screen, the results then used to form the basis of deeper discussion and understanding in a wide range of subject areas. The system identifies if audience members are participating and provides interactive group responses.
How long does it take to set up the equipment?
The laptop and receiver can be set up and connected to a projector in under half an hour.
How much time does it take to get an audience response onscreen?
Typically between one and sixty seconds depending on the number of Keypads.
How much time does it take to input each question?
As quickly as inputting a question into PowerPoint™. We allow three minutes for each.
How do I ask a question?
Questions are posed in PowerPoint™ and displayed onscreen to the audience.
How do we brief the audience on using the keypad?
Typically we add two slides at the beginning of voting with the following description:

  • Ladies and Gentlemen welcome to this event.
  • Please listen carefully while we introduce the electronic voting system in use today.
  • Questions will be displayed on the screen, and you will be asked to choose your response.
  • When instructed, please enter a response by pressing (and releasing) the button of your choice.
  • To change your vote, simply enter a new response. The system will record your last choice.
  • After the event, please leave your keypad behind as it is security tagged.
  • Thank-you and remember, your vote counts.
How is the collected data displayed on the screen?
Typical results are horizontal and vertical bar graphs or pie charts. We can customise this on request.
Once an individual has voted, does the keypad get locked so that there are no chances of duplication or multiple answers?
As factory default, there is one vote per keypad per question. There is no chance of duplication of votes. However, weighted and priority ranked voting is possible. Please ask for details.
How do I track responses from participants?
Create a participant list in TurningPoint and then use the participant monitor to view the responses from each participant. You can either create a participant list using the participant list wizard or by importing an existing file.