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Rosco video recorder monitors driver behavior
June 26, 2012
Officials say the Dual-Vision XC provides more than 160 hours of continuous recording in real time, enabling fleet managers to identify risky behavior before an event occurs. Additional features include a timer for 24-hour surveillance of a vehicle and infrared LEDs for night recording.
Bus stop near-miss makes for powerful lesson
June 18, 2012
Footage of an illegal passer nearly striking a West Virginia boy leaving his school bus is being used for public education and driver training. And the state has a variety of other initiatives that are helping to crack down on stop-arm running.
New partnership takes aim at stop-arm running
June 14, 2012
Under the agreement, American Traffic Solutions’ automated School Bus Stop Arm Enforcement Solution CrossingGuard will be powered by AngelTrax’s IntelliGuard Stop Arm Enforcement Camera System. AngelTrax President Richie Howard says that the companies’ system “will help raise awareness in our communities of illegal school bus stop arm running and potentially save children’s lives.”
Seon introduces 8-channel mobile DVR
June 14, 2012
The Explorer TX8 gives bus operators features like geo-fencing and a built-in G-sensor for AVL integration and monitoring driver behavior. The DVR also features up to two TB of storage capacity, and officials say it is GPS- and WiFi-ready and also offers full compatibility with Seon’s vMax software suite.
New bus camera captures crisp images
May 31, 2012
Seon Design's CHW high-definition bus camera can capture the license plates of cars that illegally pass a stopped bus across a wide field of view, and when used as a front-facing camera, officials say it allows for a detailed image to assist in accident reconstruction. The camera can be used in conjunction with the company's new MX-HD five-channel DVR.
REI releases new BUS-WATCH products
May 1, 2012
Radio Engineering Industries Inc.'s new BUS-WATCH HD Series DVR product line provides the ability to update the hardware operating system using the USB drive, and it offers increased recording time. A new version of the company's BUS-WATCH viewing software, A.R.M.O.R.-VMS, allows for license plate capture and increased storage.
New AngelTrax system captures stop-arm violations
April 10, 2012
IntelliGuard automatically captures and wirelessly transfers high-quality video of an offending vehicle’s license plate — as well as its make, model and color — without intervention from the school bus driver.
Lawyers challenge legality of school bus cameras
April 5, 2012
The lawsuit claims that the use of cameras to capture the images of drivers who illegally pass Jefferson Parish buses violates the Louisiana Constitution by using civil proceedings to address moving violations and giving law enforcement power to a company motivated by profit.
247Security sees positive response to Touchdown
April 5, 2012
Touchdown is the company's wireless video management system that combines video, GPS and G Force. Officials say the wireless element of the product makes access to information easy and universal across school district or contractor operations.
Md. districts aim to capture stop-arm violations
March 8, 2012
Several counties in the state are turning to camera systems to combat the persistent problem of illegal school bus passing. Directors of transportation discuss their efforts with SBF.
REI, Velvac offer integrated surveillance system
February 24, 2012
The solution combines REI’s BUS-WATCH mobile video surveillance system and Velvac’s camera-based Vision systems. Officials say it is designed to improve driver and passenger safety by enabling users to record more viewing angles around a vehicle.
AngelTrax releases new mobile video management tool
February 16, 2012
MOTOTrax allows users to view the status and location of their vehicles, determine the health of their mobile surveillance system and stream live video from vehicles in the field. It then organizes all the data into comprehensive, automated reports.
Bus camera captures student sex assault
January 17, 2012
The incident is discovered after a parent requests that the Houston district's transportation department review conditions on the bus. The footage shows two 10-year-old boys assaulting an 8-year-old boy.
2011 NAPT technology showcase
January 10, 2012

Here’s a look at the latest in pupil transportation products that were on view at the NAPT trade show in Cincinnati. New offerings included bonded polyurethane bus seat foam, a stop-arm violation camera system and a low-profile condenser.

AngelTrax mobile DVR has wireless capabilities
December 1, 2011
The HDX leverages a 500MHz LAN card and enables clients to receive system health notifications via text message or e-mail. Other features include four audio-video channels, and a delay function built into its firmware that allows for continued recording up to 999 minutes after the vehicle has been shut down.
REI's new digital video systems increase record time
November 16, 2011
The HD Series DVRs incorporate H.264 advanced video compression, so they can store more video, audio and vehicle data. In other news, the company promotes Chris Shigley to national sales manager, school bus, and Darwin Rubeck to national sales manager, transit and motorcoach.
5 N.C. districts test cameras to catch stop-arm violators
October 6, 2011
The pilot program uses a surveillance system that positions three cameras on the outside of the bus. The goal is to cut down on the more than 2,000 illegal passing incidents that school buses in the state experience each day.
An extra eye in the bus
October 6, 2011

Footage from surveillance cameras can exonerate bus drivers who are falsely accused; on the other hand, it can help in correcting a driver or aide who may not be following proper procedures.

Seon’s new bus exterior camera can target stop-arm runners
September 8, 2011
The CA Wedge is aimed at providing clear bus-exterior video in all weather conditions. It supports lenses from 2.9 to 3.6 mm for wide-angle door-entry applications, and 16 to 25 mm lenses for identifying stop-arm violation vehicles.
The debate on traffic monitoring systems
August 9, 2011

Any drivers who are worried about being photographed and fined, whether at a traffic light or next to a school bus, should shift their focus to following the laws.

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