Engineers from IC Bus and Rosco Vision Systems co-developed the system, which the companies say reduces blind spots around the school bus.
The new MOR-Vision convex series is engineered to improve the safety of reverse operations by providing a wider field of view, according to Rosco Vision Systems.
Englander, who shaped Rosco Inc. into a major supplier of mirrors and digital vision systems, passed away on Feb. 2.
The lawsuit involved Rosco’s patented technology for its MOR-Vision Mirror/Monitor Combo Backup Camera System for 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.
The inView 360 is designed to eliminate vehicle blind spots by providing drivers with a real time 360-degree bird’s eye view of their surroundings.
The best way to keep students alert and safe on school bus rides is to encourage active participation in bus safety. Here are tips to better engage children and prevent injuries.
This is the fifth acquisition for Safe Fleet, which formed in 2013. With the deal, Hadley joins Specialty Manufacturing, Transpec, Pretoria and Seon.
Several alternative-fuel vehicles debuted during the show in Kansas City, Missouri, including two new CNG school buses and an all-electric bus. Also, safety-related products, such as a stop-arm violation data system and a student and vehicle tracking system, grabbed the spotlight.
The prop arms can be placed around school buses to encourage drivers to look closely for, as an example, a child bending down to pick up a dropped item.
Among changes to the state's school transportation equipment specs are requirements for remote-controlled mirrors, fluorescent seat belts for drivers, and fire block upholstery in all seating positions. Lap belts are no longer allowed on new school buses in Iowa, except for use with child seats.
For its school bus stop arms, Woodstock Safety Mirror Co. now provides a full, four-year warranty from the date of delivery. In addition to its left-side front and rear stop arms, the company now offers a right-side, infrared camera with a monitor on the dashboard to enhance the driver’s view of the danger zone.
Backing up school buses can be risky and dangerous, and drivers are often instructed not to reverse unless it's absolutely necessary. Backup camera systems can aid drivers in this task while also increasing safety by helping to prevent accidents.