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September 23, 2014

Safe Fleet acquires Seon

This is the company's second acquisition in the last nine months and further broadens its extensive product offering, in line with its on-going growth strategy.


May 14, 2013

Seon adds 13-channel mobile DVR to lineup

Paired with CHW HD bus camera, the DX-HD is ideal for transit and school bus surveillance applications where image clarity is essential, such as in accident reconstruction or license plate capture.


October 22, 2012

Seon partners to pair real-time with routing software

The integration will enable the two Web-based applications to share vehicle positioning and routing data, providing school bus operators with greater insight to help streamline operations and improve efficiencies.


May 29, 2012

Seon releases new outdoor HD bus camera

The CHW and the MX-HD is highly innovative, and the high-definition allows for utmost clarity and precision that no bus camera has delivered thus far, according to Seon.


February 2, 2010

Ala. agency adds Seon systems

Montgomery (Ala.) Area Transit System utilized a Seon demo unit on one of its buses for a full year before choosing Seon as the company's mobile surveillance system provider.


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