Independent analyst firm IHS Technology ranks Seon the top global video surveillance provider to the school bus market for the sixth consecutive time.
The Vulcan Series in-vehicle surveillance systems and Pro8 Central Management System software offer high-definition (HD) video of up to 1080p and up to 4 megapixel resolution, along with the ability to schedule or automatically download video clips via Wi-Fi or cellular.
Greenville County (S.C.) Schools shares footage of a bus driver keeping students out of the path of a car as it speeds along the shoulder on the right side of the bus.
PRO-VISION Video Systems releases SecuraMax, which can help users securely upload, manage, protect, and share video files.
The Vulcan Series DVRs, cameras, and Pro8 software provide high-definition video with the ability to schedule or automatically download video clips.
The DS2 is a two-camera vehicle event recording system that combines high-definition video recording, fleet telematics, and vehicle operating data on one screen for better incident review and driver coaching.
The state Senate passes a bill that would permit school districts to contract with a private vendor for stop-arm violation monitoring systems on their school buses.
Whether looking for quick and seamless data integration or to boost safety or energy efficiency, school transportation directors have a number of options for the new year.
In an effort to reduce emissions, cut costs, and improve its fleet, Blue Springs School District has implemented a variety of changes, including a new CNG station, Wi-Fi on activity buses, and a stop-arm camera system.
The federal investigative agency finishes gathering evidence at the scene of the fatal school bus crash, although the driver declined an interview.
The school bus driver in the single-vehicle crash in Chattanooga faces multiple charges, including vehicular homicide and reckless driving.
As two students in Marietta, Georgia, are exiting their bus, the driver sees a man shooting a gun nearby and brings the students back on board. The shooter can be seen in bus video footage.
The new offering from 247Security gives managers key metrics on their video surveillance system and vehicle health.