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Gatekeeper Systems Contracts With Fort Worth ISD

ABBOTSFORD, B.C., Canada — Gatekeeper Systems Inc. is pleased to announce that it has received a notice of award from Fort Worth Independent School District, located in Texas. The total contract value begins at a minimum of approximately US$735,000 for a baseline two-camera system, to upwards of approximately US $1,200,000 if the project is expanded for a four-camera system with wireless configurations.

Panasonic Announces Availability of New i-PRO ULTRA 360 Panoramic Cameras

NEWARK, N.J. – Panasonic System Communications Company of North America today announced the immediate availability of its new i-PRO ULTRA 360 panoramic indoor (WV-SFN480) and outdoor IP66 rated weather and vandal-resistant (WV-SFV481) fixed dome 360-degree cameras offering ultra-high resolution, ultra sensitivity, ultra intelligence and ultra toughness.

Web App Simplifies Bus Inspection Reports

State police administrators know all too well the challenges of keeping track of thousands of annual school bus inspections, so recently the Michigan State Police (MSP) created a paperless solution: a Web-based app that stores inspection results.

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Masonlane Releases Cloud-Based Application for Pupil Logistics

PHOENIX, Ariz. – Masonlane, LLC has announced today the release of Sunray – Pupil Logistics and Operations Management cloud-based application. The Sunray application is aimed at supporting K12 Educational District Offices, Schools, Parents and Students, and Operations and Transportation Departments, with an enterprise level cloud-based service application, at a fraction of the cost typically found throughout the industry.

Make You Pre-Trip Inspections Better

Auburn, CA —InterMotive has developed a pre-trip inspection module (PTM) that automatically turns on and off all chassis controlled exterior lights, including brake and reverse lights, enabling a solo operator to quickly and thoroughly confirm that all lights are working properly before they start their first trip. Automating the light inspection process for a single individual saves the fleet money by spending less time checking lights while ensuring every light operation is activated.