RogersBulll wrote: And perhaps, based on the language, 390 could be the total fleet (of which Doug mentions some were already outfitted) and Doug got $1.2 mil for the remaining fleet only. Which means each bus is actually worth more than the number I stated. If only we could find the first contract and how may busses were fitted then. 

Either way, great contract and a great market reaction.... or not lol. We can't seem to get any momentum behind us. 

I remain optimistic for the coming quarters. GLTA


Only other mention of Tennessee I could find in the news headlines from the news tab above. It's from 2020 and there could be a newer one that did not have the State directly mentioned:

Abbotsford, BC - TheNewswire -February 26, 2020 - Gatekeeper Systems Inc. ('Gatekeeper' or the 'Company') (TSXV:GSI) (OTC:GKPRF) (FSE:1GK)a leading provider of intelligent video solutions for public transport and smart cities, is pleased to announce it has completed installation of a school bus interior video analytics platform on approximately one-half of the fleet of school buses in the Cheatham County School District (CCSD) in Ashland City, Tennessee, with the remaining buses expected to be completed imminently.

"Gatekeeper's software is so easy to use, and its zoom feature allows our security officers to identify problems quickly using fewer cameras," commented Jeff Hobbs, Assistant Transportation Director, CCSD. "No matter what happens on a bus, I'm confident I have the video evidence I need to deal with parents. Gatekeeper's support is outstanding."

CCSD has operated Gatekeeper's new G4 video management software for approximately two months, to monitor the interior of their school buses. The G4 software offers advanced video analytics and video clipping, which allows security officers to react faster to complaints and share information efficiently, thereby ensuring a more comfortable environment for children riding on school buses.

Gatekeeper's video analytics platform integrates zoom-enabled high-definition cameras, advanced video compression algorithms, digital video recorders, and video management software to monitor audio, video, time, date and GPS location. This enables quick and easy assembly of the necessary video evidence needed to deal with school bus problems such as bullying, grazing, vaping, or verbal abuse.

A detailed case study of CCSD's video analytics solution is available on Gatekeeper's website.