Like any emerging technology, school bus trackers receive their fair share of scrutiny. As they should! When it comes to the care and safety of young children, any new application should be considered thoroughly before adoption.
There are over five million American households with school-aged children who still lack broadband access in the home. Some of these children live in rural areas, where high-speed internet access is still struggling to cover “the last mile.” Some come from low-income c...
GPS trackers are revolutionizing the American school bus commute. Thanks to innovations within both GPS tracking hardware and software, parents and schools have more visibility than ever before in regards to their children’s bus.
School bus drivers are responsible for some of the country’s most precious cargo: children. More than 500,000 American school bus drivers cover over five billion miles of road each and every year. How are new technologies keeping students safer under their watch?
Imagine: Your child's school bus pulls up. You adjust his backpack, give him a hug, and he boards the stairs...but there's no friendly bus driver to wave at. There's just an empty driver's seat, fixed before a complicated array of touchscreens and electronic switches.
Schools have a lot of responsibilities. In addition to providing an education, they're also responsible for ensuring the safety of thousands of students every day. That can be a complex and overwhelming task in and of itself.
School buses are some of the safest vehicles on the road.
School buses travel an average of 260,000,000 combined miles per dayin the United States, ferrying over 25 million kids to and from school. Fewer than 10 school-aged children are killed each year while riding on...
School bus tracking technology is a (relatively) new idea with an immeasurably huge impact. As school districts across the country make the decision to implement innovative tech directly inside school buses, students become safer and commutes get more streamlined.
Slowly but surely, shuttle buses are solving the problem of “The Last Mile.” Both municipalities and private businesses are starting to see serious value in supplementing other transportation options with specialized, set-route shuttles.