School Bus Cameras: A Whole New Way of Getting Tickets
A big yellow school bus could be the source of your next traffic ticket.
The CrossingGuard School Bus Stop Arm Enforcement System is completely automated and requires no school bus driver intervention, allowing drivers to remain focused solely on the children.Activated when a school bus' stop arm is extended, the system's high-resolution cameras capture both images and video of violating events, which are wirelessly uploaded to ATS' Axsis™ Violation Processing System.Every violation image is accompanied by a detailed Violation Data Bar, indicating the violation time and date as well as the school bus' number and GPS coordinates.All violation data are initially analyzed by experienced ATS representatives -- a final review of the evidence is conducted by law enforcement personnel, who provide the official approval or rejection of the violation. If the violation is approved by law enforcement, a citation is automatically mailed to the vehicle's registered owner.
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