Student transporters interested in adding internet access for students to complete homework on school buses will have the option of the first LTE router with “Wave 2” Gigabit Wi-Fi for faster speeds.
KODA Enterprises Group added school bus HVAC company Bus Air Manufacturing to its portfolio company ProAir Holdings.
Atlanta, Ga.— The first North American Commercial Vehicle Show (NACV Show), a new concept commercial vehicle industry trade show focused on truck & trailer manufacturers and commercial vehicle parts and components suppliers, hosted 439 exhibitors covering 370,000 square feet of net exhibition space at the Georgia World Congress Center. Thirty percent of exhibitors are headquartered outside of the United States. A total of 6,000 unique visitors and 9,000 visits for the four-day show represented industry leaders, suppliers, top fleet owners and managers and 234 accredited international journalists. Top OEMs and solutions providers released their latest innovations, including hybrid and electric powered trucks, cutting-edge customizable trucks and trailers, advanced driver assistance systems, fuel efficiency equipment, safety technologies and high-quality truck accessories at the sold-out show.
Whether school districts and transportation contractors are on their first, second or even third-generation wireless system, demand for data from the school bus is likely to continue growing exponentially as its value increases with real-time delivery.
To address a fleet becoming increasingly prone to fires, the South Carolina Department of Education installed alarms on 2,000 school buses to alert drivers of potential incidents.
Novi, Mich.--Prestolite Electric, a global manufacturer and supplier of OE and aftermarket starters and alternators, has been awarded standard position by Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) on several new commercial vehicles set to launch in multiple markets between late 2019 and early 2020.