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ware/product order, to online YouTube installation and training videos, remote training via [video conference] meetings, and finally, onsite, in-person training,” he detailed. Nationwide, stop-arm camera video installation is making


strong and steady progress. It is often driven by a passion to prevent not only the scenario in Indiana, but the hundreds of thousands of violations that occur every year throughout North America. While new video equipment has a cost in terms of not only


procurement, hardware installation and training of transportation staff, it pales in comparison to the safety that the technology brings. “I say this every time,” emphasized Lambusta. “Put this in bold print: I don’t care about revenue. I don’t care about it at all. We are doing this to save kids’ lives. That’s all it’s about.”


The DriveCam video driver monitoring solution by Lytx Corporation has been installed in nearly all National Express, LLC. school buses across North America.


Installing Video for Driver Training Shortly after the November 2016 school bus crash in Chattanoo-


ga, Tennessee, that killed six students and injured over 30 others, National Express, LLC. promised to install a driver monitoring system on all of the contractor’s school buses within two years. In actuality, the company had already been testing the tech- nology, DriveCam by Lytx Corporation, for the past two years.


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