Reaxium Partners with BTM Coaches to provide a secure ridership solution for Viera Charter School.
This new school year has brought great opportunities for Reaxium to expand its Safety solutions throughout Brevard County. Partnering with its most recent client BTM Coaches, a company providing safe and reliable group transportation, has allowed Reaxium to provide its Student Ridership Solutions to Viera Charter School and has been a great opportunity indeed! This September, Viera Charter School began the adoption phase of the Reaxium School Bus Solution, the flagship solution we provide to help secure our students when traveling to school.
“We’re thrilled to be working with our new customer. This has been a tremendous opportunity to promote the safety and efficiency of student transportation.” -Edgar Zorilla, CEO and president of Reaxium. Implementing this Student Ridership Solution, the schools will be better equipped to monitor their school buses and increase student safety in a variety of ways.
The school buses at Viera Charter School have now all been outfitted with Reaxium’s devices, and students will now be able to check in as they are transported to and from school. This tool will also guide drivers throughout their trip, notifying them of correct stops, and providing an updated head count and student roster as students board the bus. Once students check-in via swipe or scan, the system will be prompted to analyze existing student data, verifying whether or not the student is boarding the correct bus, and providing other vital information. The system can also notify the driver if the student’s data has not been collected, and assign the student as a new rider, alerting faculty of the new student profile for updating purposes. Viera Charter School can now begin piloting Reaxium’s School Bus Solution which will allow for proper setup and configuration for the 2022-2023 school year.
We would like to thank Viera Charter school for joining Reaxium in the goal toward increasing school safety and security for all students