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Seon makes ‘school bus safety predictions’ for 2014

Posted on January 15, 2014

A new blog post from mobile video surveillance provider Seon makes three “school bus safety predictions” for 2014.

In the post, 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.

“Frequent news stories about bullying, children going missing after a school bus trip, and the importance of mobile surveillance technology are all indicators that safety on the bus remains a top priority and is an ongoing challenge,” O’Grady writes.

To read the blog post, click here.

Related Topics: bullying, software systems, vehicle tracking/GPS, video surveillance

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