Assembly Bill 934 and Senate Bill 371 would require school districts to install internal and external cameras on buses to capture images of vehicles that illegally drive past stopped school buses.
Illuminated safety products, driver training solutions, a video surveillance system, and an artificial intelligence-powered stop arm are just some of the options to look for in the new year.
Real-time GPS tracking, telematics, and live video streaming present potential benefits for transportation directors, especially while working offsite.
The new Safe T-Scope surround camera systems are designed to maximize coverage around school buses.
The boy’s parents sued a Missouri school district, claiming that their son was injured when another student punched him on the bus.
Ali Khan will manage sales in Canada for the vision systems supplier, while Ross Braddock will cover the southeastern U.S.
San Antonio Independent School District equips its buses with stop-arm cameras, and is also outfitting them with other exterior and interior cameras and Wi-Fi.
A state bill signed into law earlier this year modifies requirements for stopping for school buses and decreases fines for some violations.
Federal investigators and fleet owners will discuss how and why they use video recorders to improve safety.
The TH8 hybrid DVR, a new addition to Seon’s TH Series hybrid high-definition (HD) video surveillance line, can provide full coverage inside and outside the vehicle.
Kanawha County Schools holds two demonstrations for students, parents, and the public to unveil a new safety lighting system and other technology, and to dispense safety advice.
As recent news shows, video surveillance systems on school buses are essential for getting a clear picture of events.
Tony Dane of Virginia is convicted of involuntary manslaughter for crashing into a car, which killed the driver. Video shows he sped past a stopped school bus moments earlier.