Newtown, CT: Safety is Top Priority

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Newtown, CT installs PRO-VISION video systems to keep kids safe even outside of school buildings.

Newtown school buses have all been outfitted with PRO-VISION School Bus Video Recording Systems

The events that unfolded at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, CT last December are difficult to forget. The entire country watched the news and listened in horror as the safety, security, and innocence of an elementary school was shattered. Over the last year, the Newtown community has worked hard toward rebuilding that sense of safety throughout their school district and PRO-VISION Video Systems is proud to be one of the companies to help them do that.

Since the top-priority on any school bus is safety, the Newtown school buses have been outfitted with PRO-VISION School Bus Video Recording Systems. Each of these school bus camera systems has continuous recording with full-color night vision cameras so nothing gets missed. "Knowing that there is a video record of any occurrence on one of the Newtown buses is a great deterrent to those who might otherwise cause issues," said Sam Lehnert, marketing manager for PRO-VISION. " With the ability to integrate up to four cameras with audio, GPS, an event marker for the driver and remote live viewing, these buses and the passengers on them are covered."

As the first anniversary of this terrible tragedy approaches, PRO-VISION would like to let the families in the Newtown community know their thoughts are with them, and that the company will continue to do all it can to increase safety and security for the children that ride school buses everyday throughout the country.

About PRO-VISION – In 2003, PRO-VISION was incorporated and focused solely on back-up camera systems. 2005 marked their entry into the school bus market which helped their sales top 1 million dollars the following year. The company made their first international sale in 2007, and by 2009, PRO-VISION had expanded into commercial recording systems. During that time, they also released 4-camera school bus systems and made available live video viewing and video file transfer. In 2011, the company expanded into law enforcement recording systems and initiated its overseas sales program. 2013 brings about the 10-year anniversary of innovation and aggressive performance in the commercial video system industry, as well as the expansion of sales into over 15 countries around the globe including South Africa, Great Britain, Australia, Mexico, and Brazil.

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