The company plans to equip the district's buses with mobile Wi-Fi, data collectors, and interior and exterior video.  -  Image: Gatekeeper Systems

The company plans to equip the district's buses with mobile Wi-Fi, data collectors, and interior and exterior video.

Image: Gatekeeper Systems

Gatekeeper Systems Inc., a provider of video and data solutions based in Abbotsford, British Columbia, announced it has been contracted by a Tennessee school district to upgrade its entire bus fleet to the company's new school bus offerings.

All 390 buses will be equipped with Gatekeeper’s mobile Wi-Fi, mobile data collectors, interior and exterior video. The school district had previously installed Gatekeeper’s solutions on a portion of the fleet and the latest $903,000 order relates to the upgrade of the remaining fleet.

“As we prepare for the back-to-school season, parents and school districts alike are mindful of the importance of providing both a safe transportation environment for students as well as technology to help maximize learning,” said Doug Dyment, president and CEO. “Our video, data, and new mobile Wi-Fi solutions are very effective in these endeavors.”

Gatekeeper has installed approximately 40,000 intelligent mobile data collectors and 100,000 video devices on school buses, for more than 3,500 school district customers.

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