Otsego Local Schools receives a $40,000 grant to purchase new camera systems for all 13 of its school buses.
The ARMOR Cloud is designed to improve server management for small and large fleet operations, according to the supplier.
Although school buses are the safest form of transportation for students, it is heartening to see more attention being paid to keeping an extra eye on safety — for both students and drivers.
Several system suppliers offer solutions that not only capture images of violations but also make compiling and submitting evidence quicker and easier. Some also offer revenue sharing for greater affordability.
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.
The company's Encompass Video Event Management solution and Dash Cam Pro are designed to identify problematic driver behavior and provide proactive driver coaching and training.
The EDGE3 Technologies’ Cloud Detect Platform driver behavior solution combines vision analytics and artificial intelligence to identify distracted driving behaviors.
The standard ESC feature is available for buses equipped with air brakes, and the backup camera systems apply to all new Blue Bird school buses built in 2019.
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.