A Constant Eye on Events: Video Systems on School Buses

With budget and resource constraints, fleet operators may not have compelling reasons to invest in real-time, continuous loop video on school buses. As technology develops with speed and lower prices, opportunities are improving to install video systems for real-time intelligence on school buses. 

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Seon Maintains Market Leadership in Mobile Video Survveillance

Coquitlam, BC – Seon is pleased to announce that the company has again been recognized as a leading mobile video surveillance supplier to the School Bus and Transit markets by independent analyst firm, IHS Technology, in its latest Mobile Video Surveillance and Body Worn Cameras Report – 2017. This is the sixth consecutive time Seon has been ranked the #1 global provider to the school bus market and the third consecutive report that it has risen in the transit bus North American market share rankings. Rankings are determined based on the annual sales revenue and unit shipments.

AngelTrax Unveils Hi-Definition Vulcan Series MDVRs, Cameras and Pro8 CMS Software

NEWTON, Ala. –  As a leading provider of mobile video surveillance solutions, AngelTrax continues to excel as an innovator of new technologies for the transportation industry with the introduction of the revolutionary Vulcan™ Series in-vehicle surveillance systems and Pro8 Central Management System software. This new product lineup will offer clients full HD video of up to 1080P and up to 4 megapixel resolution, along with the ability to schedule or automatically download video clips via Wi-Fi or cellular with Pro8 CMS.

Bill Would Use Illegal Passing Revenue to Pay for Seat Belts

Legislation was introduced this month before the Washington State Legislature that would require all newly purchased school buses to be equipped with lap-shoulder seat belts, with illegal passing cameras paying for the occupant restraints as well as all new school bus purchases.

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Seon Launches Kindness Campaign Against Bullying

Mobile video surveillance company Seon and parent company Safe Fleet’s national program United Against Bullying have partnered to launch a 12 Days of Kindness campaign to showcase the good deeds witnessed on behalf of passengers, students and the general public with the transportation industry.

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