Technology

May 2014

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Why doesn't the the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration mandate crossing gates at the front of school buses when they require stop arms on the side of these vehicles? Learn why and more in this month's digital edition.

StudentConnect Expands Reach Into California and Texas

StudentConnect secured its first school-district customer in California this week and its first such client in Texas two weeks prior. Both five-year agreements will allow school officials to use the company's student transportation technology at no cost.

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Seon, RedSpeed USA Partner to Offer Stop-Arm Violation Enforcement Program

In a joint announcement released today, officials from Seon and RedSpeed USA said a new partnership will produce a complete stop-arm violation enforcement solution. It will combine Seon’s digital video recorders with RedSpeed’s expertise in photo enforcement violation processing, aimed at improving student safety during the loading and unloading of students.

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Alabama Bill Calls for Stop-Arm Video Cameras on School Buses

School districts and school bus companies could be allowed to install video cameras on school buses to capture motorists who illegally drive past the extended stop arm during student loading and unloading, according to a bill introduced in January. 

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Siena College to Honor Transfinder's Civitella as 'Entrepreneur of the Year'

civitellaanthony2Calling him the “epitome of an entrepreneur,” Siena College named Transfinder Founder, President and CEO Antonio Civitella the school's inaugural Entrepreneur of the Year for how he has impacted the greater Albany, N.Y., community for the past 25 years. Civitella will receive the award on March 24.

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