To meet escalating customer demand for its broad range of heavy duty vehicle lifts, industry leader Stertil-Koni today announced that it has boosted its manufacturing capacity and simultaneously implemented key enhancements in its overall production processes to further speed delivery times.
ATHENS-CLARKE COUNTY, Ga. — Clarke County School District has partnered with Athens-Clarke County and American Traffic Solutions (ATS) to deploy CrossingGuard®, ATS' new technology to help school districts address the growing problem of the illegal passing of school buses that are stopped and have lights flashing. Georgia leads the nation in school bus fatalities, with nearly a dozen children killed in the past five years. In response to this alarming trend, last year, the Georgia legislature approved the use of cameras to help enforce school bus stop-arm laws.
UltraLED Lighting Inc., a separate corporation formed last year by the owners of Heavy Duty Bus Parts and its online subsidiary DirectBus.com, announced it acquired a privately held LED lighting company to expand across all fleet vehicle categories across the 12-volt industry.
Several school districts hit by harsh winter weather over the last month reported that their school buses fueled by propane worked without any interruptions from the extreme cold.
SAN FRANCISCO — Planet Halo, Inc. introduced its multi-channel production model PH4 vehicle recorder in early 2013. The PH4 is a unique recording device that incorporates 2 high-resolution camera lenses, a GPS module, audio recorder, G-force inertial sensor, and mini-DVR with SD card all housed in a sleek design measuring only 4"L x 2 ¼"H x 1"D.
Abbotsford, BC — Gatekeeper Systems Inc. is pleased to announce that Union County Public Schools, North Carolina, has expanded its Gatekeeper internal video camera systems to include the Student Protector Stop Arm Infrared Multi-Camera System ("Student Protector 322").
LIVONIA, Mich. — Five recently hired business development executives bring dozens of years of expertise in the automotive and alternative fuels industries to ROUSH CleanTech, a leader in propane autogas technology. The new employees increase ROUSH CleanTech’s staff to 80, up from six in 2010.