Unlike other solutions in the market today, our Smart Safety Solutions™ provide superior visibility of the danger zone and minimize false alerts to reduce driver distraction. 

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Actively notify students when it’s unsafe to cross. The Predictive Stop Arm monitors oncoming traffic and gauges whether a vehicle is likely to ignore the stop arm. Students and drivers receive an audible alert if cause for concern is detected.

Turn the Danger Zone into a Safety Zone

Predictive Stop Arm

No system can prevent all accidents. Inattentive drivers, weather, erratic student behavior, and other factors can inhibit detection and overall system performance. Drivers must always keep proper lookout.

Actively notify students when 
it’s unsafe to cross 

The Predictive Stop Arm™ uses patents-pending radar and predictive analytics technology to monitor oncoming vehicle traffic and gauge when a stop arm violation is likely to occur.

Students and drivers receive audible alerts when it's not safe to cross, helping to prevent accidents before they occur.

Unlike other solutions on the market, the Predictive Stop Arm proactively helps prevent accidents from occurring in the first place. Rather than relying on visual cues for oncoming drivers and reactively addressing violations after the fact, the Predictive Stop Arm alerts students to present risk and helps to keep them out of harm’s way.  

Make use of advanced technology to monitor and actively alert drivers and students when there is cause for concern

How it Works

Radar sensors and systems intelligence analyze whether oncoming motorists are likely to pass a stopped school bus.

The oncoming vehicle's speed, location, and acceleration/ deceleration are used to help determine how and when to warn students.

If an illegal pass is predicted, audible alerts are issued to the bus driver and students.

A display module mounted near the driver console provides the bus operator with visual and audible alerts.

"A neighboring school district has installed stop arm cameras, which has resulted in good media attention, but catching a stop arm violators only results in punitive charges for the driver and the students remain at risk.

I’m less interested in prosecuting the motorist than I am about keeping my students safe. (With Predictive Stop Arm) we have the video, we have all the information, but more importantly, the child never stepped out in the street to begin with.”

Derrick Agate, Transportation Director
Hopkins Public Schools, MN and President MNAPT State Association