ATWEC Technologies announced its plans to start the delivery of its 4th generation of child reminder and management systems for the ever-growing child transportation and safety industry.
These new systems will include cloud-based technology designed to produce electronic records of a daily bus or van's student location while traveling to and from the facility.
"We are excited about delivering our fourth generation of the Kiddie Voice Reminder system branded as the KV-4 and introducing our new cloud-based technology to the world," said ATWEC Corporate Secretary Darnell Stitts. "ATWEC has coined its new KV-4 technology integration as LOGGING. The primary objective of this first of its kind technology platform is to note or log a student rider onto the school vehicle, therefore, identifying where a student is located while being transported."
The new KiddieVoice child reminder system known as the KV-4 is designed with a new look and updated reset technology.
The installation of the KV-4 system is easy to fit and less time consuming when installing into the vehicle.
The new reset technology has been expanded beyond a push button or key switch to now include hand wave signal detection which utilizes RFID technology.
This new approach makes the KV-4 system tamper-proof and adds increased durability as there is nothing to break down mechanically.
With laws being passed to mandate these systems throughout the country, ATWEC forecasts delivery of 10,000 KV-4 units by year-end, with projected revenues of over $3,000,000.
Seven states have already adopted these mandates with more states to follow to ensure child safety on vans and buses.
Marketing plans are now being utilized to further increase sales as more states continue to mandate this technology. Seven states have already adopted these mandates with more states expected to follow to ensure child safety on vans and buses.
ATWEC has two pilot programs in place for our KV-4 system.
The system is scheduled to be installed at the Arrowhead Christian Academy in College Park, GA and Kids Childcare in West Memphis, AR for testing and evaluation of its operations.
These systems will be evaluated over a 30-day period before mass production is expected to ramp up.
The ATWEC cloud-based technology will also include as a standard option, TRACKING and GEO-FENCING, with a secondary feature that allows school administrators to locate whether or not a child is actually on the vehicle.