SafeSpeed is designed to proactively limit a school bus’s maximum speed to match posted speed limits.
Southeast Polk Community School District will roll out the Here Comes the Bus app, enabling parents to track their children’s school bus.
The event, held every two years, will take place in Niagara Falls, Ontario. Sessions will cover such topics as school bus technology, emissions standards, and the changing labor market.
The state directors’ annual gathering also addresses the use of tablets and GPS units for school bus drivers.
The web and mobile application enables parents and students to access school bus stop location, route info, and pickup time.
The Tennessee district teams up with Synovia Solutions to equip all of its buses with GPS. Sumner will also use the Here Comes the Bus app.
The TomTom Bridge with GPSi software is designed to help streamline routing, scheduling vehicle maintenance, and other tasks.
IC Bus parent company’s Accelerator Write-Up app receives the Axway Innovation Award for its use of Axway’s app development product to improve customer outcomes.
Products from CI Solutions, which creates and manages student ID cards and tracking systems, are integrated with Transfinder’s as a part of Marketplace, which is designed to help districts boost efficiency.
The school bus manufacturer and the software supplier will offer telematics solutions through Navistar’s OnCommand Connection.
The 2017 Don Carnahan Memorial Grant program will provide winners with up to $50,000 worth of school bus technology hardware from Zonar.
Students in Greenville County (S.C.) Schools can now connect to the internet while they ride the school bus, thanks in part to the efforts of Henry Lear.
Derek Graham, North Carolina's former state director of pupil transportation, will provide consulting services to the company and its clients.