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and was sentenced to one year in jail. “Making use of advanced video analytics, Seon’s


solution detects people and their movement within a definable right-hand danger zone area,” noted Jessica Rodwell, the company’s marketing communications manager. “If the system detects probable risk, visual warnings are displayed to warn the vehicle operator. The intent is to prevent a potential accident before it occurs.” But of course, good quality solutions require time to re-


search, develop, test and refine, before they can be released to the marketplace. A new Seon solution is currently in field trials and is expected to be released later this year. That unit is part of a phased approach that is designed


to address Abigail’s Law in New Jersey, which requires newly manufactured school buses to be equipped with radar or video sensors, to confirm the presence of ob- jects in front of or behind the bus. “Our future plan is to enhance the solution, to enable detection of people on all sides of a vehicle, providing a full, comprehensive solution,” added Rodwell. Seon’s perimeter safety solutions will be on display during a live safety technology demonstration at the


STN EXPO Indianapolis next month.


Student Transporter Feedback Still, the added cost of 360-systems remains a hurdle,


as does confusion about how the technology operates. Cliff Shearouse, executive director of transportation ser- vices for Henry County Schools in McDonough, Georgia, explained he has yet to purchase the new technology. “Funds are still tight for my district, and these camer- as are not considered a necessity in the big picture of things that are needed to run the transportation opera- tion,” Shearouse told STN. “I don’t see us purchasing the 360-degree camera systems for a few years yet.” Larry Thayer, transportation supervisor for Mill A School District 31 in Cook, Washington, said the cameras have yet to make a winning case. “For me, more cameras are more (of a) distraction,” he said. Thayer notes, “I count kids coming and going, I know


where they are. And the mirror system covers everything but the rear of the bus. If the drivers are doing due dili- gence, they are aware if anyone is near the bus before it starts moving.“


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