|Gatekeeper Receives New Contract from Georgia School District|
|Thursday, 27 February 2014 10:21|
ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — Gatekeeper Systems Inc. announced that it has received a purchase order for USD $78,653 from Catoosa County School District. This is the second order from Catoosa County School District. An earlier order had the school district move to Gatekeeper's solid-state video camera technology for use inside their school buses.
Catoosa County Public Schools, located in the northwest region of Georgia, has a large fleet of school buses totaling 138 and transports approximately 8,000 students every day. There are over 17,000 school buses in Georgia.
"Our work with Catoosa's Transportation Director, Jerene Jones, and her staff has been a wonderful experience and we are looking forward to a long standing relationship," said Doug Dyment, President and CEO of Gatekeeper. "Jerene's relentless commitment to providing students with a safe ride to school every day, aligns with our commitment to providing Catoosa County School District with reliable technology to complete that task."
Gatekeeper's high-resolution video system was designed to meet military specifications, allowing it to operate reliably in extreme heat and cold weather applications as well as extreme rough road conditions. The G4 Incident Management software allows video management personnel to share video in a secure environment with hundreds of users without the need to download software on every desktop.
About Gatekeeper Systems Inc.
Founded in 1997, Gatekeeper Systems Inc. has provided total mobile video security solutions to over 3,500 customers and has installations in every state and province in North America. Customers include school districts, public transit, law enforcement and military. For more information, visit www.gatekeeper-systems.com
|Last Updated on Thursday, 27 February 2014 10:29|