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Managing Student Behavior Improves Onboard Safety
August 5, 2011

Pupil transporters discuss practices they have established toward this effort, such as assigned seating. They also address the importance of creating policies on eating and drinking and transporting backpacks and instruments, as well as ways to reduce noise inside the bus.

Secure digital card option doubles Rosco recorder capacity
July 12, 2011
Officials say the new 32 GB secure digital card option for the company's Dual-Vision windshield-based recorder increases the length of continuous recording to 30 hours. Prior generation Dual-Vision recorders are suitable for the option, but require a firmware update.
Conn. allows video in citing stop-arm runners
July 5, 2011
Warning signs have to be posted on school buses equipped with surveillance systems to catch the violations. Images have to clearly show the license plate number of passing vehicles.
AngelTrax compact mobile DVR features wireless technology
June 29, 2011
The company’s MicroLinx video surveillance solution has built-in wireless LAN connectivity, which allows users to view live, streaming video, download recorded video data remotely and receive instant system health notifications from their local network or a cellular carrier's GSM network. The unit comes standard with four high-resolution audio and video channels.
New laws target safety at school, on the bus
June 17, 2011
Several of the changes brought about by bills signed into law in Virginia focus on pupil transportation. They include restricting sex offenders' access to school buses and allowing video cameras on buses to record illegal passing.
Rosco names new regional sales manager
June 7, 2011
The bus mirror manufacturer appoints Joe Leggett to cover the Midwest region. His responsibilities will include driving revenue, developing and training the distributor and dealer network, and supporting fleet requirements.
DVR provides fast downloads, long recording times
April 12, 2011
Radio Engineering Industries Inc. has added the SD40, a compact, solid-state digital video recorder, to its family of BUS-WATCH digital video surveillance systems. The SD40 can connect up to four surveillance cameras and has GPS and WiFi compatibility and eight-way sensor programming.
Lawmakers push new illegal bus passing bill
March 31, 2011
The legislation would allow local jurisdictions to monitor and ticket drivers who illegally pass school buses using video cameras mounted on the buses. School bus drivers would be responsible for reporting incidents and handing over video footage to law enforcement personnel to review and issue the tickets.
AngelTrax offers new video data management platform
March 2, 2011
FlexPlay Pro can be used to analyze live and stored video surveillance and telematics. Features include remote system configuration, automatic wireless downloads, live video streaming, instant system health notifications and an enhanced user interface.
Seon Design introduces mobile surveillance system package
February 17, 2011
The solution includes fleet management software, a DVR, and video and recorded data management software.
AngelTrax announces additions to mobile DVR line
February 10, 2011
The company's Hybrid Component Series now includes the Hybrid Quest and Hybrid Vault. These hot-swappable, component-based DVRs both feature wireless compatibility, and are capable of live video streaming and instant system health checks.
NAPT Technology Showcase
February 3, 2011

Here’s a look at some of the latest pupil transportation products that were on view at the NAPT trade show in Portland, Ore. New offerings included a student safety seat, a three-point latch vest and a wheelchair securement module.

System bolsters student safety in and outside school buses
December 14, 2010
Among the components of BusGuard by ONGO Live Inc. is VidCops, which enables the company to send traffic tickets to motorists who illegally pass stopped school buses. The company’s CEO and COO discuss this and the system’s other features with SBF.
Bus aide who kissed student did not commit crime, police say
December 9, 2010
Police conclude an investigation of alleged inappropriate behavior by aide Bobby Shrout, who was accused of kissing a student on the cheek. After conducting interviews and reviewing bus surveillance footage, authorities determine that Shrout did not commit a criminal offense.
Truck-bus near-collisions prompt installation of cameras
November 23, 2010
The mountainous roads and foggy conditions in a Pennsylvania village have created a dangerous situation between truck drivers and school bus operators. Cameras have been installed on a district's bus; if they capture more incidents where trucks nearly collide with the bus, the program will be expanded.
Parents to sign student bus behavior contracts
November 8, 2010
Officials at an Ohio school district are combating inappropriate bus behavior by introducing a contract that must be signed by parents in order for their children to ride the bus. The contract will inform parents of undesirable bus conduct, including fighting, yelling, eating and drinking.
Seon Design updates video data management software
November 4, 2010
vMax Commander provides automated wireless downloading, giving managers instant access to video events and allowing them to monitor multiple vehicles and receive alarmed notifications. New features include automated system-wide health monitoring through Health-Check, which alerts the system administrator if any part of the system isn’t functioning.
New product offers combined fleet inspection, AVL, video
October 28, 2010
Zonar Systems and AngelTrax collaborated on the system, which offers Zonar's Electronic Vehicle Inspection Report feature and real-time vehicle location via GPS, as well as AngelTrax's Virtual Synchronized Mapping feature, high-resolution cameras and FlexPlay video playback software.
Seon Design offers new mobile DVR
October 6, 2010
The Explorer DX12 features advanced video storage technology and 12 channels with the ability to simultaneously record 30 frames per second at 720x480 resolution on all channels. Dual streaming technology allows for viewing footage over a cell phone network as well as on a PC.
247Security offers new fleet management system
October 1, 2010
With TouchDown, users can manage all elements of video without pulling footage from hard drives. The solution also provides a complete GPS track record of vehicles’ activities and G-Force information is collected continually, not just when an event occurs.

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