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Redflex: Stop-arm running caused 15 crashes in 2013
February 20, 2014
According to the stop-arm enforcement technology provider, 15 crashes last year that directly resulted from illegal school bus passing had a toll of 18 injuries and deaths.
Safety Vision celebrates 21-year anniversary
February 14, 2014
The provider of mobile video surveillance and collision avoidance solutions serves a variety of fleets, including mass transit, pupil transportation, law enforcement and private fleet sectors. Founder and CEO Bruce Smith says Safety Vision is “approaching $1 billion in sales since inception,” which has “made for an incredible milestone,” and the company was recently issued a U.S. patent for digital data storage technology.
Seon donates $25K to anti-bullying campaigns
February 5, 2014
The supplier is giving $5,000 of the proceeds from school bus camera system sales to “The Bully Project,” a social action campaign that aims to stop bullying. The remaining $20,000 will be distributed to school districts across North America that apply and are chosen for the Seon Anti-bullying Education Grant.
Cameras and enforcement can reduce stop-arm violations
February 5, 2014
Web Exclusive: In this editorial, David Poag, who created the Stop-Arm Violation Education Enforcement campaign, says many would-be stop-arm violators will think again before passing a stopped school bus if they are educated about the use of stop-arm cameras and their role in enforcing stop-arm laws. He draws parallels between these violations and the effectiveness of efforts to enforce seat belt laws in personal vehicles and reduce drunken driving.
NYAPT works to bolster school bus security
January 31, 2014
On Wednesday, the one-year anniversary of the slaying of Alabama school bus driver Charles Poland Jr., the New York Association for Pupil Transportation paid tribute to Poland and announced steps it is taking to increase school bus security. For example, the association is supporting legislation that would make it a crime of criminal trespass to board a school bus without permission.
District's stop-arm camera pilot finds few violations
January 24, 2014
Last fall, Simsbury (Conn.) Public Schools launched a stop-arm camera pilot program that district officials say returned "some very surprising results." The findings: With 3,100 school bus stops, there were only two potential violations.
Seon makes ‘school bus safety predictions’ for 2014
January 15, 2014
In a new post on the video surveillance provider’s blog, Seon Marketing Coordinator Tia O’Grady discusses the company’s outlook on such pertinent issues as school bus routing and tracking software, surveillance technology and bullying.
Maryland county launches stop-arm camera program
January 3, 2014
Several Montgomery County Public Schools buses are now equipped with automated cameras to record illegal passing. Officials say that the program will expand over the next few months and will target bus routes with the highest reports of violations. The fine for violations caught on camera is $125.
Gatekeeper Systems secures Sheppard Bus contract
December 17, 2013
The company will supply mobile video solutions for the New Jersey-based school bus contractor’s fleet. Doug Dyment, president and CEO of Gatekeeper, says the contract enables the company to expand sales “in geographic regions where there has previously been limited exposure.”
Dell Transportation equips buses with Rosco event recorders
November 25, 2013
The Port Washington, N.Y., operator now has Rosco’s Dual-Vision recorders on its entire school bus fleet. Bob Pape, principal of transportation at Dell, says that the devices have led to lower insurance premiums and have enhanced safety for both the children and the drivers.
AngelTrax cameras improve low light video capture
November 8, 2013
The company’s new line of cameras feature built-in smart infrared and super ultra wide dynamic technology to automatically adapt to unpredictable lighting conditions. The high-definition camera systems can record in 60 frames per second at 1280x720 resolution.
Seon to donate proceeds to anti-bullying efforts
October 2, 2013
A portion of the proceeds of every bus camera system the supplier sells between Oct. 1 and Dec. 31 will go to anti-bullying education and awareness campaigns such as “The Bully Project.” The total donation is expected to amount to upward of $25,000.
Top 100 News
October 1, 2013

News related to the Top 100 School District Fleets includes cost-cutting measures that improved performance at a Virginia district, a significant reduction in diesel use in Florida school fleets, and hands-on survival rescue training at a Houston district.

Pennsylvania bill would allow for stop-arm cameras on buses
September 26, 2013
School districts and bus companies would be permitted to equip their buses with the technology to capture illegal bus passers under House Bill 1580. Rep. Seth Grove, who introduced the legislation, says utilizing the cameras “can provide increased accountability of drivers and remove the burden from school bus drivers to bear witness to all facets of the violations when their primary goal is to ensure the safe transportation of the children in their charge.”
Seon Design ranked as No. 1 video surveillance provider
September 20, 2013
The company achieves the designation in the 2013 edition of IHS Electronics & Media’s bi-annual report on the mobile surveillance market. A company’s ranking is based on annual sales revenue.
Seon campaign aims to stop bullying on the bus
September 18, 2013
In conjunction with National Bullying Prevention Month in October, Seon is launching an ongoing campaign called "No Bullies on My Bus." Planned activities include holding a coloring contest for kids and distributing buttons at the NAPT trade show.
Washington state superintendent backs stop-arm cameras
September 13, 2013
More than 1,500 school bus passing violations were counted in Washington's one-day survey earlier this year. Under state legislation passed in 2011, school districts have the authority to equip buses with stop-arm cameras, and state Superintendent Randy Dorn is urging districts "to look into whether installing the cameras is the right thing for that community.”
Judge sentences teens in bus beating to ‘indefinite’ probation
September 3, 2013
Following recommendations from the Department of Juvenile Justice, Pinellas-Pasco Circuit Judge Raymond Gross includes several conditions in the probation, such as electronic monitoring, community service and a requirement that the students transfer if they are assigned to the same school as the victim. Some say the sentence is too lenient.
New Safety Vision DVR monitor offers all-in-one solution
August 15, 2013
The Sentinel DVR Monitor combines an 8-inch LCD touch screen display, control box, and emergency backup battery with four camera inputs and a bonus input.
There are safer ways to back up a bus
August 8, 2013
Backing up school buses can be risky and dangerous, and drivers are often instructed not to reverse unless it's absolutely necessary. Backup camera systems can aid drivers in this task while also increasing safety by helping to prevent accidents.

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