EXTON, PA — United Safety & Survivability Corporation has joined Gatekeeper Systems Inc. as part of a pilot program for the Toronto Student Transportation Group with Wheelchair Accessible Transit. The pilot will integrate child safety alarms and air purification solutions by United Safety with video and data solutions by Gatekeeper.
“We are thrilled to be participating in this pilot with Gatekeeper. Pupil safety is integral to our mission of delivering the most innovative and reliable safety solutions on the market. This integration will provide real-time insight into critical child check events and help notify personnel of possible intruders after-hours. We applaud the Toronto Student Transportation Group for their work here and for including active air purification which is another integral piece in keeping students safe on their way to and from school,” said Joseph Mirabile, President & CEO of United Safety.
Robert Horvat, Operations Manager at Wheelchair Accessible Transit stated, “As the evolution of technology continues to grow, we continue to see new developments that enhance the quality of our school bus services. The contribution from this pilot project will hopefully help with future improvement for the safety and the security of all the students relying on the school buses providing safe and reliable commutes throughout the school year.”
“The Toronto Student Transportation Group is fortunate to work with partners who are invested in providing technologies that will further support student safety while using the school bus,” concluded Kevin Hodgkinson, General Manager of Toronto Student Transportation Group.
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