BR102015030304A2 - embedded vehicle monitoring and safety equipment and system - Google Patents

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BR102015030304A2
BR102015030304A2 BR102015030304A BR102015030304A BR102015030304A2 BR 102015030304 A2 BR102015030304 A2 BR 102015030304A2 BR 102015030304 A BR102015030304 A BR 102015030304A BR 102015030304 A BR102015030304 A BR 102015030304A BR 102015030304 A2 BR102015030304 A2 BR 102015030304A2
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Abstract

active / passive car safety monitoring and safety system to minimize / mitigate the risks resulting from an overloaded road network and ensure a more responsible road environment in an initiative aligned with government agencies and companies with specific interest in the industry (eg insurers) .High-resistance device for recording and transferring information about positioning, trajectory, behavior, sound, images and other important car data. Two hardware platforms are being considered for the design of this solution: i. computer ; ii. smartphone with apple, android or other operating system.

Description

"VEHICLE SAFETY MONITORING AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEM" Field of application [001] Increasing traffic intensity in large cities has led to a considerable increase in motor vehicle accidents, resulting in stratospheric expenditure for administrative institutions throughout the world. world. IBGE data show that traffic in Brazil kills more than 40,000 people a year - three times as many as the civil war in Syria, while thousands more are hospitalized annually (201,000 injured in 2014) and compensated by DPVAT Insurance ( in 2014, 52,200 death and 596,000 disability compensation). To get an idea of the resulting cost, in Brazil alone, in December 2014, health expenses linked to traffic accidents already represented 2% of the country's GDP. But the phenomenon is not unique to our country, and is already seen by the UN as an epidemic that must be urgently reversed.

Many initiatives are already being taken by the automobile industry to minimize or mitigate traffic hazards, but the field of action is still very exposed and there is room for technologies that are able to reduce the likelihood of accidents or accidents and / or their effects. eventual results.

Another field for exploration is vehicle monitoring to ensure public and private safety. Many efforts are being invested in technologies that work to identify the real causes of an accident, identify culprits, help insurance companies assess the fault of their policyholders, help authorities investigate possible crime situations, among other activities related to safety. community in traffic.

[004] Much is also discussed about what authorities can do to actively collaborate in reducing incidents and expenses resulting from traffic problems.

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

[005] Active / passive car transport monitoring and safety system to minimize / mitigate risks resulting from an overloaded road network and ensure a more responsible road environment in an initiative aligned with government agencies and companies with a specific interest in the industry (eg : insurers).

High-strength device for recording and transferring information about positioning, trajectory, behavior, sound, images and other important car data. Two hardware platforms are being considered for the design of this solution: i. Computer ; ii. Smartphone with Apple, Android or other operating system.

[007] The system is very comprehensive and fully parameterizable and its main objective is to drastically reduce the social and public health costs resulting from traffic accidents, as well as improve the traffic safety of drivers. In addition, the idea is to make a major contribution to improving urban mobility and increasing the efficiency of people, cargo and freight transport companies. The project is an embedded computer that works: a) As a black box, recording and storing and transmitting to the servers the vehicle information (video, sounds, real position, speed, date and time, among others) in order to allow tracking and management of the car in real time, as well as the assessment and determination of the causes of a possible accident. In addition, this black box acts as a vehicle / driver security device and is capable of monitoring burglary, theft and kidnapping, an extremely useful solution for integrating systems connected to insurance centrals and security departments, helping to collect data for possible investigation. b) As a car monitoring system where information is sent to a server so that it is used for various applications such as fleet control and with the purpose of ensuring driver safety; c) As a road network management system, allowing the control of vehicles, fleets and traffic flow by automating the identification of road irregularities and the collection of fines, bringing more agility to the administrative process and increasing traffic safety.

DESCRIPTION OF TECHNICAL STATE

WO2014047695 describes a system in which it functions as a black box for vehicles and monitors the information sent to a central server. This device has several functionalities such as GPS, displacement monitoring, speed control, among others. Furthermore, the described system has several applications such as minimizing errors resulting from traffic accidents and alerting the necessary people and authorities when there is a danger.

[009] Document KR20130113838 describes a black box for vehicles using an embedded system with various applications such as GPS, video system, audio system, Wi-Fi router, among others. The system described aims to prevent traffic accidents.

[0010] Document KR20140028891 describes a vehicle system which has a real time video system, an internal vehicle monitoring and diagnostics system. It also has a 3G communication system and functions as a monitoring system where information is sent to a central server.

Document KR20040016533 describes a device that acts as a black box for vehicles in which it has a system that controls speeding by transmitting the information to a server run by traffic regulators. Thus, one of the objectives of the system is to prevent traffic accidents.

PURPOSE OF THE INVENTION

The present invention aims to overcome the disadvantages of the state of the art in that it proposes the following solutions: Fine systems: The other systems do not have. This is not trivial, since a complete system is needed to update the data of all public roads and check the peculiarities of each one against the action of the vehicle and thus check whether or not an infraction has been committed.

[0015] - Sending video and sound information to the switch in real time when Wifi, 3G / 4G or other broadband technology is available.

[0016] In the patent, the main communication mechanism is GSM.

In addition to GSM in this proposal others are used.

[0018] - The system checks the availability of 3G / 4G, Wifi or other broadband technology to send data. If not available buffers to send when available.

[0019] - Station monitoring the vehicle in detail with bi-directional communication between the station and the vehicle.

DETAIL OF EACH OPERATING MODE

1. BLACK BOX

Similar to the aircraft black box, it is a system for collecting, storing (for a set period of time) and transmitting complete information such as positioning, displacement, velocity, acceleration, deceleration, lateral movements, images from internal and external cameras. , audio, peripheral sensor response, car computer information, etc; The aim is to assist in identifying, assessing and determining causes in accident, crime and other events, while facilitating intelligent and holistic vehicle management. The system would have a high strength and battery autonomy structure for correct operation and wide reliability. Target Audience: law enforcement, judicial authorities, experts, insurance companies, families intent on protecting each other, users who value security, etc.

Applications: • Continuous and relatively inexpensive assessment of driver behavior and vehicle use, which is difficult to assess otherwise - for a variety of purposes; • more reliable and objective driving data collection;

2. CAR MONITORING

[0021] System that sends information from one or more cars to a server, allowing the driver (s) and the fleet as a whole to be monitored, promoting greater safety and assertiveness when traveling. By determining driver behavior, you can use the data to set up a new driver risk assessment program, which can be very useful for insurance companies, for example. In addition, the system acts as a security assistant, alerting the server of any traffic or even criminal occurrence.

Users: Police Authorities (190), Rescue (192), Private Security Companies, Fleet Administrators, Insurance Companies, Family Members, etc.

Applications: • Tool that enables driver monitoring in the case of fleet and car management, increasing safety and reducing accident rates and operating costs for private companies, meeting their legal and environmental obligations, as well as reducing the likelihood of any traffic tickets;

Target Audience: Law enforcement authorities (190), Rescue (192), private security companies, fleet managers, insurance companies, family members, etc. • More effective method for assessing insurance premiums to be awarded to drivers compared to current driver age or gender based assessment method and other relative indicators Target audience: insurance companies • Safety assistant: system that automatically alerts a pre-defined central server about a possible traffic event so that it can monitor the situation. The system will also have a panic button, with various features, to report own and third party accidents (with or without victims), theft, kidnapping, suspicious situations, etc. in such a way that the central server will monitor the situations, even assuming the vehicle audio and video to take the appropriate actions. Audience: Law enforcement authorities (190), Rescue (192), private security companies, fleet managers, insurance companies, family members, etc. • Driver Monitoring: This device allows you to connect various sensors that can monitor and detect driver behaviors such as drowsiness, driving under the influence of alcohol or prohibited substances, etc. The system can be parameterized so that in each situation a specific action plan can be executed, such as beeping, informing a central server or even shutting down and / or locking the vehicle. Target Audience: Law enforcement authorities (190), private security companies, fleet administrators, family members, etc. • FLEET CONTROL SYSTEM: The system transfers all information to a pre-defined central server, which takes complete control of the fleet, using the communication, audio and video system for the exchange of information between the controller and the vehicles. fleet.

Target Audience: Fleet managers, transportation companies, bus companies, mechanical assistance, family members, etc. • PREVENTIVE MECHANICAL SYSTEM: Using the vehicle diagnostics system, the system, in addition to informing the driver by audio and / or video, sends details of the mechanical defect to the central server. The central can initiate corrective measures remotely, ask for mechanical assistance, call the insurance, the manufacturer, the dealership, etc.

Target Audience: Drivers, fleet managers, insurance companies, assemblers, etc. • REACTIVE MECHANICAL SYSTEM: A tire pressure sensor can be attached to the driver, informing the driver (and center) when something is wrong and need to be replaced. It is also possible to identify engine temperature increases by indicating an action plan or by warning the control panel. Target Audience: Drivers, fleet managers, insurance companies, assemblers, etc. • NATURAL INCIDENT SENSORS: mode with attached sensors that indicate flood or fire situations, warning the center and driver and triggering a parameterizable action plan.

Target Audience: Drivers, Fleet Administrators, Insurance Companies, Assemblers, etc. 3. MESH MANAGEMENT

[0023] System with features that allow the management and monitoring of large automobile fleets, in a much wider universe as would be of interest to municipalities, governments, etc. The goal is to enable companies specializing in traffic engineering to manage and manage traffic more safely and efficiently, while minimizing occurrences that burden government agencies. From the collection of specific data it is possible to identify traffic analytics for the most diverse applications, such as traffic light management, creation of alternative routes, as well as automating the inspection processes and imposing fines on vehicles, among others.

Applications: • Automation of the system of fines and collections, streamlining the operation and increasing traffic control, to regulate the behavior of vehicles and prevent recurring accidents of misconduct, curbing failures and penalizing the offender. • Tool to control drivers with less experience, either by rules imposed by the Legislation itself; Target Audience: Traffic Regulatory Authorities, DETRAN, Road Police, City Halls, Governments, etc. • Analysis tool to collect a large amount of information based on real-life occurrences that can be used to analyze high number of claims points - TRAFFIC ANALYTICS for use by authorities;

Target Audience: Traffic Regulatory Authorities, DETRAN, Road Police, City Halls, Governments, etc. • Analysis tool that allows to analyze the typical behavior of the drivers, allowing to elaborate changes in the level of the training given to them - TRAFFIC ANALYTICS for the use of the authorities. • Speed Control: The system monitors the speed of a vehicle and compares it to the allowed speed of the road on which the vehicle is located. The system informs the driver that it is above the permitted speed by audio and / or video and asks to lower the speed to the allowed speed by "X" seconds (parameter). By remaining longer than "X" seconds above the "Y"% (parameter) of the allowed limit, the system reports to a pre-established server the violation to issue an electronic ticket. The server can inform the driver by audio or video that has just been fined for exceeding the speed of "Y" in "N" R $.

Target Audience: Traffic Regulatory Authorities, DETRAN, Road Police, City Halls, etc. • Control of other traffic violations: In addition to speed control other violations can be checked automatically, such as counter-hand, left turn prohibited, U-turn prohibited, double yellow belt, etc. It is part of the scope that external cameras can be used to detect infractions of their own (such as advancing red beacon) or third parties (such as unnecessary conversion). In all these cases the system reports to a pre-established server the infraction to issue an electronic ticket. The server can inform the driver by audio or video that has just been fined for committing such an infraction in "N" R $. Communication must work even to warn third vehicles. Target Audience: Traffic Regulatory Authorities, DETRAN, Road Police, City Halls, Governments, etc. • Traffic monitoring: The pre-defined central server receives position and speed information from many or all vehicles, feeding a GIS - Geographic Information System, to evaluate the traffic flow on urban and highway roads. The idea is for the system to indicate the most appropriate speed in the traffic situation, so that the vehicle travels continuously avoiding the "stop" waves, allowing a smarter flow on the roads. In addition, the system can indicate alternative routes, accurately inform time for each route, and even manage lighthouses, traffic warden distribution, etc. This feature is well suited for crisis management. Target Audience: Traffic, Urban Mobility, DERSA, City, State, Union, Fleet Administrators, Logistics, etc. • Transit control system: The system passes all information to a predefined central server, which in addition to taking full control of the fleet, publishes the information necessary for users to have access to routes, stopping points, time routes, waiting time at the point and location of the chosen transport. Audience: Public transport companies, governments, municipalities, etc.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE FIGURES

[0024] Figure 1 shows the complete system operating flowchart.

Figure 2 illustrates the subsystem (A) that can be implemented by replacing the embedded computer (1) with a smartphone.

DETAIL OF SYSTEM FUNCTIONALITIES

The system consists of 4 parts: (A) Embedded System, (B) Primary Server, (C) Monitoring System, and (D) SMS Server.

Subsystem (A) is located in the vehicle and manages various devices located in the vehicles. It communicates via computer network when in an area that has coverage (3G, 4G, wifi and etc.) or by SMS in areas with restricted GSM coverage.

Subsystem (A) has an embedded computer (D which can be connected to various peripherals such as external and internal cameras (2), microphones, screens, antennas, media center (3), car computer, sensors, etc. Subsystem (A) can be implemented by replacing the Embedded Computer (1) with a smartphone as illustrated (A - smartphone) In this case, the smartphone will be responsible for managing subsystem (A).

Subsystem (A) will feature a mobile cellular connection and will have a number of features as described below: - Geolocation (8) - GPS provides information on vehicle location, speed and altitude; -Motion and acceleration monitoring (4) - Accelerometer and gyroscope: Module that provides information about the acceleration, deceleration, and lateral movements of the car; It allows to analyze the way the vehicle is driven and to assist in claims. - Speed Control - cross vehicle data (current speed) with digital map data (maximum allowed road speed) determining whether it is above or within the set parameters (Functionality performed by (13) and (14);

Speed control may be integrated with a system of fines feeding other systems related to public traffic control.

In addition to storing the vehicle's location and speed when it was above speed, the system informs the driver that it is above the speed limit. - Video: Internal and external camera system for image storage (2); - Audio: Audio system (bidirectional) inside the vehicle. Optional exterior; - Communication - encrypted communication system (7) with parameterizable operation; information sharing with central server (6) bidirectionally; GSM compatible system (sending data via SMS messages), 3G, 4G and wifi (or other) system; -Pilot - warnings via audio and video on the car screen and / or additional screen. - Panic Button: System to report own accidents, third parties, robberies, kidnappings, etc; - Claim Detection (10): Driver and central server warning system from car alarm and collision sensors, tire pressure, flood, fire, etc. -Internal Vehicle Monitoring and Diagnosis System (9): Interface with the vehicle's Onboard diagnostics (ODB) system; Car-to-car communication - vehicle-to-vehicle calling system, allowing for license plate calls (via mobile phone service providers). Parameterizable for security and privacy preservation purposes; -Wi-Fi router (7) - replicate WIFI signal for personal use in the car and / or extend the internet infrastructure in the city by partnering with internet or telephony service providers. -Compatibility with other internal and external sensors (10): for example, plate recognition system to fine, parking sensors, among others. Black Box (5) - Module for storing all vehicle data. It is stored in a collision, fire and waterproof device. It has similar functionality to aircraft black box.

Subsystem (B) is a data server that stores and processes data from vehicles. Subsystem (B) is connected to the internet and in addition to receiving vehicle data, communicating with the SMS server (D) and monitoring clients (D), it can be connected to other systems such as vehicle control system. traffic, fines. (B) It has a GIS module (Geographic Information System, where information on direction - single or double track and direction) (11) and maximum road speed. This module is automatically upgradable and allows maximum limits to be updated by weather conditions (eg fog) or roads with access temporarily not allowed.

[0033] (B) - It also has a prudent steering module and fines (12). It confronts the vehicle information with the data of (11) and verifies that the vehicle is not breaking the speed limit or the direction of the road. The server may be connected to a public transit system over the internet, allowing traffic control as well as fines. It can also inform the vehicle driver of its irregularity and send the maximum speed limit to (Δ), so that the autopilot is within the permitted speed on the current road (or highway).

Subsystem (C) is a vehicle monitoring system. It is connected to the main server and also to vehicles via the internet. Multiple clients can simultaneously connect to the server. The customer allows two-way communication with the vehicle, presents information about subsystem sensors (A) as well as internal and external audio, internal and external video and still images. In addition you can receive notifications of accident and panic, as well as mechanical failures. Communication is bidirectional and messages (text and / or sound) and images / video can be sent to the vehicle. In its user interface is also presented a map (13) showing the trajectories made by the vehicles, their current position and speed. It also features the prudent steering system and fines, which show the positions where the vehicle has broken the law. The module information (4) is used to record whether the vehicle is being driven well and / or if there have been any accidents.

Subsystem (D) is an SMS server, it receives the message processes and forwards it to subsystem (B).

The invention proposed herein is not limited to the above embodiments, but other embodiments may be considered, particularly in view of new technologies for the same purpose as the subsystems, the features of the following claims being covered by the scope of the present invention. .

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1. "EMBEDDED VEHICLE MONITORING AND SAFETY SYSTEM", characterized by the system being composed of 4 parts: (A) embedded system, (B) Main server, (C) monitoring system and (D) SMS server, where: Subsystem (A) is located in the vehicle and manages various devices located in vehicles, Subsystem (B) is a data server that stores and processes data from vehicles, Subsystem (B) is connected to the internet and in addition to receiving vehicle data, communicate with SMS server (D) and with monitoring clients (D), it can be connected with other systems such as traffic control system, fines, subsystem (C) is a system Vehicle monitoring, connected to the main server and also to vehicles over the Internet, several clients can connect simultaneously to the server, subsystem (D) is an SMS server, it receives the messages processes and passes to subsystem (B).
2. "EMBEDDED VEHICLE MONITORING AND SAFETY SYSTEM" according to claim 1, characterized in that subsystem (A) communicates via computer network when in an area having coverage (3G, 4G, wifi and etc.) or else SMS in areas with restricted GSM coverage, subsystem (A) has an embedded computer (1) that can be connected to various peripherals such as external and internal cameras (2), microphones, screens, antennas, multimedia center (3) , car computer, sensors, etc. where subsystem (A) can be implemented by replacing the embedded computer (1) with a smartphone as illustrated (Ά - smartphone), in this case the smartphone will be responsible for managing the subsystem ( A), subsystem (A) will feature mobile cellular connection and will have several features as described below: -Geolocation (8) - GPS provides information about vehicle location, speed and altitude; -Motion and acceleration monitoring (4) - Accelerometer and gyroscope: Module that provides information about the acceleration, deceleration, and lateral movements of the car; allows you to analyze how the vehicle is driven and assist in claims; - Speed Control - cross vehicle data (current speed) with digital map data (maximum allowed road speed) determining whether it is above or within the set parameters (Functionality performed by (13) and (14)); - Video: System of internal and external cameras for image storage (2); - Audio: Audio system (two-way) inside vehicle, optional exterior; - Communication - encrypted communication system (7) with parameterizable operation; information sharing with central server (6) bidirectionally; GSM compatible system (sending data via SMS messages), 3G, 4G and wifi (or other) system; -Pilot - issuing warnings via audio and video on the car screen and / or additional screen; - Panic Button: System to report own accidents, third parties, robberies, kidnappings, etc; - Claims Detection (10): Warning system to the driver and the central server, coming from the car alarm, and from collision sensors, tire pressure, flood, fire, etc; -Internal Vehicle Monitoring and Diagnosis System (9): Interface with the vehicle's Onboard diagnostics (ODB) system; -Carocar communication - vehicle-to-vehicle calling system, allowing license plate calls (through mobile phone service providers), configurable for security and privacy preservation; - Wi-Fi router (7) - replicate WIFI signal for personal use in the car and / or expand the internet infrastructure in the city, through a partnership with internet or telephony service providers; -Compatibility with other internal and external sensors (10): for example, plate recognition system to fine, parking sensors, among others; Black Box (5) - Module for storing all vehicle data, it is stored in a collision, fire and waterproof device, has similar functionality to the aircraft black box.
3. "EMBEDDED VEHICLE MONITORING AND SAFETY SYSTEM" according to claim 1, characterized in that subsystem (B) has a GIS (Geographic Information System) module, where information on direction - single or dual carriageway. and direction) (11) and maximum road speed, this module is automatically upgradeable and allows maximum limits to be updated by weather conditions (eg fog) or roads with temporarily disallowed access, and subsystem (B) also has a prudent steering module and fines (12), it confronts vehicle information with GIS data (11) and verifies that if the vehicle is not breaking the speed limit or track direction, the server may be connected with a public transit system over the internet, allowing traffic control as well as fines, can also inform the vehicle driver of their irregularity and send the upper limit o subsystem speed (A) so that the autopilot is within the allowed speed on the current road (or highway).
4. "EMBEDDED VEHICLE MONITORING AND SAFETY SYSTEM" according to claim 1, characterized in that subsystem (C) the customer permits two-way communication with the vehicle, providing information on subsystem sensors (A) as well as internal and external audio, internal and external video and still images can also receive panic and panic notifications as well as mechanical failures, communication is bidirectional and messages (text and / or sound) and images / video can be sent to The vehicle, in its user interface is also presented a map (13) showing the trajectories made by the vehicles, their current position and speed, it is also present the prudent steering system and fines, which presents the positions where the vehicle has infringed By law, module information (4) is used to record whether the vehicle is being driven well and / or if there have been any accidents.
5. "VEHICLE MONITORING AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT", characterized in that it comprises a plurality of physical embodiments according to the ultimate need of the system.
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