UAE parents now have access to school bus cameras

UAE parents now have access to school bus cameras

Parents in the UAE were given access to school bus cameras by the Sharjah Private Education Authority (SPEA), allowing them to keep an eye on their kids as they travel to and from school.

The SPEA reportedly put numerous cameras and other safety equipment on 2,000 school buses in the UAE.

These actions are a part of the “Your Children Are Safe” campaign, which was started on Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammad Al Qasimi’s orders as the ruler of Sharjah and a member of the supreme council.

3.250 bus drivers and supervisors have also received training through this initiative.

In the initial stage, which occurred before the epidemic, GPS trackers were mounted on buses to enable management and supervision.\

As part of step two, the school buses are now outfitted with cameras.

In the meanwhile, 2,000 tablets have been given to bus supervisors to save student data, and parents in the United Arab Emirates will have access to the cameras on their children’s school buses.

Also, a circular has been distributed to all private schools instructing them to implement the same security camera and safety equipment installations.

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