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New Video Purchases Must Include Installation and Proper Training


Training is a vital aspect of new video installations for student transporters and vendors alike


Written By Jim Romeo H


amilton Southeastern Schools near Indianapolis is among an increasing number of school districts nationwide that are


exploring upgrades to their school bus surveillance cameras, both inside and outside the vehicle. Director of Transportation Zach


McKinney said the district is specifying camera installs for all new bus acqui- sitions, and views the technology as a necessity for safety. “We are starting to install stop-arm cameras on the exteri- or of our buses,” he reported. McKinney noted that “Our new


[Thomas Built Buses Saf-T-Liner C2] buses are coming with Surround


36 School Transportation News • JANUARY 2020


A Rosco Vision Systems employee demonstrates the company’s Dual-Vision XC-4 HD video and event recorder.


View, to give the drivers the view of the danger zone around the bus. We hope to add this technology to the HDX buses we purchase, once it is available. We already installed five cameras on the interior of the buses to help with student safety.” Including Indiana, there are cur-


rently 22 states nationwide and counting that have authorized school districts to use video to cite motorists who violate school bus stop laws and as a result pay for the installation of the cameras. But whether student transporters add new technology to satisfy this growing interest in halting motorists


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