Technology

New Leadership & LED Lighting

SoundOff Commercial Vehicle SolutionsDoes something look different? It sure does. Introducing SoundOff Commercial Vehicle Solutions, previously SoundOff Commercial Vehicle Products. With not only a new name, logo and leadership, SoundOff is bringing more solutions to their customers by providing a wider range of products that drive higher visibility, improve cost efficiency and ultimately promote safety. 

4G LTE Networks Take Education on the Road

Modern education practices have progressed with technologies such as digital text books, flipped classrooms (delivering instructional content online), cloud-based tools designed to enhance teaching methods, and the introduction of mobile devices offered to students from schools to access these developing opportunities.

pdvWireless Launches TeamConnect

WOODLAND PARK, N.J. — For organizations seeking the ability to enhance productivity, reliability and customer service, they need to not look further than TeamConnect. pdvWireless, Inc. (NASDAQ: PDVW) a wireless communications carrier that is focused on using its spectrum assets to develop and provide next-generation network and mobile communication solutions, introduced TeamConnect. TeamConnect is an evolution of the company’s DispatchPlus® service, a wireless communication and mobile management solution.

The Connected Bus: 8 Technologies for the Next Generation School Bus

Buses don't necessarily have a reputation as the most innovative transit option around. But thanks to new advances in technology, all that is changing. With features like onboard Wi-Fi, Global Positioning System (GPS), telematics, cameras, enhanced driver support tools, and a greater focus on the passenger experience, next-generation fleets are changing perceptions about bus transit in cities across the country. 

Technology to Support Every Student Need

Ask a group of student transportation drivers this question: "How many of you drive students with special needs?" You'll see a few hands go up from people who are thinking specifically of their assignment on a vehicle with a wheelchair lift, special restraints, or similar equipment. But then ask the same group, "How many of you drive a student with autism? With peanut allergies? A student who's experiencing homelessness? A student in a difficult custody situation with pickup restrictions?" Eventually almost every hand will be in the air. When you dig into it, most of the students being transported to school every day have a unique need that the district and drivers must be aware of at all times.