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New Flush Mount Offers Recessed Design for School Bus Cameras

Posted on June 5, 2018
A new flush mounting bracket from Pro-Vision Systems is designed to allow bus cameras to be mounted recessed into the bulkhead of a school bus.
A new flush mounting bracket from Pro-Vision Systems is designed to allow bus cameras to be mounted recessed into the bulkhead of a school bus.

BYRON CENTER, Mich. — Pro-Vision Systems has introduced a new flush mounting bracket designed to allow bus cameras to be mounted recessed into the bulkhead of a school bus or a transit bus.

The recessed design was created to help reduce the possibility of a student or passenger hitting their head on an exposed camera. The design can also make it more difficult for riders to tamper with or vandalize the cameras. 
 
Additionally, Pro-Vision’s cameras capture a 175-degree field of view in a design that aims to make it less likely for an incident to be missed by a camera blind spot. 
 
The camera and mount will debut at the upcoming Community Transportation Association of America Expo Trade Show in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, from June 12 to 13.

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A new flush mounting bracket from Pro-Vision Systems is designed to allow bus cameras to be mounted recessed into the bulkhead of a school bus or a transit bus.

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