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Seon Design offers updated surveillance cameras
September 14, 2010
The company now delivers 540 TV lines of resolution as standard in its SA Wedge, SQ and SJ Dome series cameras. The SA Wedge provides color images in normal lighting and automatically switches to black and white in low-light conditions. The SJ Dome camera features an adjustable lens, while the SQ version features infrared capabilities.
Civil citation sought for illegal bus passing
August 23, 2010
While law enforcement cannot issue a citation unless an officer was present to see the violation, Frederick (Md.) County Public Schools officials want to cite drivers and charge a fine for passing a school bus illegally in the city of Frederick.
AngelTrax offers new high-resolution cameras
August 6, 2010
The mobile surveillance system manufacturer adds the TR3600WPB, TR3600WPR and TR3600WPL IP 68 waterproof cameras to its line of PeriOptic lens TR series units. The company says they are designed to provide unparalleled external coverage and omit potential operator blind spots when paired with an onboard monitor.
Apollo Video to outfit nearly 700 buses with surveillance system
June 14, 2010
The RoadRunner video surveillance system will be installed on the school buses, operated by First Student for Buffalo (N.Y.) Public Schools. The system integrates GPS capabilities, allowing for synchronization with the video. Each bus will also be equipped with cameras and audio recording abilities.
Bus Video: A Versatile Tool
April 9, 2010

School bus operators use video surveillance systems to resolve disputes and as sources of evidence in accidents or onboard incidents. Some are also using video in training drivers and recovering the costs of vandalism.

Free computer with Seon DVR purchase
March 29, 2010
The mobile video surveillance supplier is offering a free Dell notebook to customers who purchase 10 or more Trooper TL Series Digital Video Recorders. The offer runs until Sept. 1.
Bus driver in fatal crash charged with vehicular homicide
March 16, 2010
District attorney says Pennsylvania school bus driver was driving “in an extremely reckless manner” when his bus struck a car, killing the passenger. The driver was also reportedly responsible for a non-bus related fatal crash in 1999. Watch footage from the February incident here.
NAPT Technology Showcase
February 9, 2010

Here’s a look at the latest in pupil transportation products that were on view at the NAPT trade show in Louisville, Ky. New technologies included high-intensity LED warning lights and a browser-based fleet maintenance system.

Great Fleets Across America 2010
February 2, 2010

Our annual series is back as we profile five outstanding pupil transportation operations from around the nation. Find out how their safety practices, innovative training programs and open lines of communication have led them to succeed. 

New York program catches multiple illegal passes
October 23, 2009
State association reports that three school buses equipped with cameras recorded 46 occurrences of illegal passing in three school districts over a span of 40 school days....
North Carolina bill targets motorists who pass stopped school buses
April 14, 2009
RALEIGH, N.C. — A bill that is making its way through the North Carolina General Assembly would allow school districts to install cameras or video re...
Georgia school board wants cameras on special-needs buses
April 6, 2009
MARIETTA, Ga. — The Cobb County School District board’s Facilities and Technology Committee recently pushed to have cameras installed on 196 special-...
The benefits of bus surveillance
October 1, 2008

When early video recording equipment was installed on school buses, the “black box with a red light” focused above the driver and along the aisle ...

Rhode Island lawmakers call for digital video cameras on school buses
June 25, 2008
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Legislation is making its way through the Rhode Island General Assembly that would authorize school districts statewide to operate...
Enhancing Security with Video Surveillance
April 1, 2008

Manufacturers of video surveillance systems are rapidly evolving their products in order to keep up with the pace of digital and wireless technolo...

Bus stop activity taped
June 1, 2007

SOMERSET, N.J. — Transportation officials for the Franklin Township School District have a new safety tool at their disposal.

Can We Stop the Violence on School Buses?
November 1, 2006

With school-related violence on the rise and school buses a particular area of concern, school officials return to the question of how to make the bus ride safer. Training, strong prevention policies, technology and creative problem-solving help the cause.

Finding the Best Solution for Your Surveillance Needs
October 1, 2006

Video cameras in school buses help school districts and contractors tackle tough issues of liability, behavioral management and student safety. But finding the right package for your fleet can be a challenge.

Surveillance Systems Offer Array of Services
September 1, 2005

Video surveillance systems are becoming a standard feature, rather than an amenity, on many school buses.

Recent advances in digital technology a...

A Wide-Angle View of Video Surveillance
August 1, 2004

Video cameras on school buses always seemed like an unnecessary expense to Monica Coburn — until she became the transportation manager of a school dis...

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