"There were a lot of problems, children would fight, jump around, climb on top of each other…We outfitted two cameras capturing the interior of the bus; one in the front watching the full length of the bus, and one in the back streaming video of what is going on at the rear of the bus. A third camera is located in the front and faces the road. It is intended to help monitor driving behavior."

Moti Delijo, Head of Regional Council, Southern Sharon Municipality
 


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