CN111856983A - Vehicle control method, system, device and storage medium - Google Patents

Vehicle control method, system, device and storage medium Download PDF

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CN111856983A
CN111856983A CN201910422962.9A CN201910422962A CN111856983A CN 111856983 A CN111856983 A CN 111856983A CN 201910422962 A CN201910422962 A CN 201910422962A CN 111856983 A CN111856983 A CN 111856983A
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Abstract

The application provides a control method, a system, a device and a storage medium of a vehicle. The method may include at least one of the following operations. A first position of the vehicle may be obtained. An electronic fence and attributes thereof in which the vehicle is located may be determined based on the first location. First operating instructions for controlling the vehicle and/or first alert instructions for alerting the vehicle or a user may be generated based at least on the attributes of the electronic fence. This application sets up different attributes for fence to manage control according to the vehicle position to the vehicle, improved operation efficiency.

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Vehicle control method, system, device and storage medium
Technical Field
The present disclosure relates to the field of vehicle management, and more particularly, to a method, a system, an apparatus, and a storage medium for controlling a vehicle.
Background
In recent years, with the rapid development of the sharing economy and the mobile communication technology, various sharing travel services have been greatly developed. The electronic fence is one of the foundation and the function points of shared trip dependence, and by combining the electronic fence and the vehicle positioning technology, an operator can master information such as the number, the state, the position and the flow condition of each section of vehicles in an operation area in real time, so that intelligent guidance is provided for vehicle release, scheduling, operation and maintenance. In the conventional vehicle operation management system, information such as a charging standard, a usage time, and a fee is usually presented only when a user starts and finishes using a vehicle. Therefore, it is necessary to provide a better vehicle operation method, which can grasp the information such as the number, state, position, and traffic condition of each section of the vehicles in the operation area in real time, and provide intelligent guidance for vehicle delivery, scheduling, operation and maintenance, and user behavior.
Disclosure of Invention
In order to achieve the purpose, the technical scheme provided by the invention is as follows.
A control method of a vehicle may include at least one of the following operations. A first position of the vehicle may be obtained. An electronic fence and attributes thereof in which the vehicle is located may be determined based on the first location. First operating instructions for controlling the vehicle and/or first alert instructions for alerting the vehicle or a user may be generated based at least on the attributes of the electronic fence.
In the present invention, the method further comprises at least one of the following operations. The second position of the vehicle may be obtained after a preset time period. It may be determined whether the second location is outside the electronic fence. In response to the second location being outside of the electronic fence, second operating instructions for controlling the vehicle and/or second alert instructions for alerting the vehicle or a user may be generated based on the attributes of the electronic fence.
In the invention, the attribute of the electronic fence corresponds to an operation instruction of a vehicle, and the operation instruction of the vehicle comprises at least one of the following: vehicle ringing, voice broadcast, flashing of headlights, power off, locking, wheel locking, allowing locking, disallowing locking, allowing vehicle return, disallowing vehicle return, toll collection, toll non-toll collection, and toll collection standards.
In the present invention, the electronic fence is determined based on at least one of the following operations. The operating area of the vehicle may be divided into a plurality of minimum enclosed areas. A minimum electronic fence corresponding to each minimum enclosed area may be determined. One or more electronic fences can be generated based on a plurality of smallest electronic fences.
In the present invention, the generating one or more electronic fences based on the plurality of smallest electronic fences may include at least one of the following operations. Whether the minimum closed areas corresponding to the two minimum electronic fences have a shared boundary can be judged. In response to that the minimum closed areas corresponding to the two minimum electronic fences have a shared boundary, whether the two minimum closed areas form a new closed area after the shared boundary is removed can be judged. In response to two minimum enclosure areas being able to constitute a new enclosure area, the two minimum electronic fences can be merged into a new electronic fence.
In the present invention, the generating one or more electronic fences based on the plurality of smallest electronic fences may include at least one of the following operations. And combining two or more adjacent minimum electronic fences with the same attribute to generate one or more new electronic fences.
In the present invention, the method further comprises at least one of the following operations. One or more electronic pens can be monitored. A vehicle having a current location within the monitoring electronics fence can be monitored to obtain a condition of the vehicle. Third operation instructions for controlling the vehicle and/or third reminding instructions for reminding the vehicle or a user can be generated based on the monitoring result.
A vehicle control method. The method may include at least one of the following operations. The current position of the vehicle can be obtained and reported. An operating instruction and/or a reminding instruction determined based on the current position can be received, the operating instruction comprises a first operating instruction and/or a second operating instruction, and the reminding instruction comprises a first reminding instruction and/or a second operating instruction. The vehicle may be controlled and/or reminded to the vehicle or user based on the operating instructions and/or the reminder instructions.
In the present invention, the controlling the vehicle includes at least one of the following operations: the method comprises the following steps of continuously ringing a bell, ringing preset time, broadcasting voice, continuously flashing a headlamp, flashing the headlamp for the preset time, powering off, locking wheels, allowing locking, not allowing locking, allowing returning the vehicle, not allowing returning the vehicle and charging according to a preset mode.
In the present invention, the method further comprises at least one of the following operations. A third operating instruction and/or a third alert instruction corresponding to a vehicle condition may be received. The vehicle can be controlled and/or reminded to the vehicle or the user based on the third operating instruction and/or the third reminding instruction.
A control system for a vehicle. The system comprises a first obtaining module, a determining module and a control module. The first acquisition module is used for acquiring a first position of a vehicle. The determining module is used for determining the electronic fence where the vehicle is located and the attribute of the electronic fence based on the first position. The control module is used for generating a first operation instruction for controlling the vehicle and/or a first reminding instruction for reminding the vehicle or a user at least based on the attribute of the electronic fence.
In the present invention, the first obtaining module is further configured to obtain a second position of the vehicle after a preset time period. The determining module is further configured to determine whether the second location is outside the electronic fence. The control module is further used for responding to the second position located outside the electronic fence, and generating a second operation instruction for controlling the vehicle and/or a second reminding instruction for reminding the vehicle or a user based on the attribute of the electronic fence.
In the invention, the attribute of the electronic fence corresponds to an operation instruction of a vehicle, and the operation instruction of the vehicle comprises at least one of the following: vehicle ringing, voice broadcast, flashing of headlights, power off, locking, wheel locking, allowing locking, disallowing locking, allowing vehicle return, disallowing vehicle return, toll collection, toll non-toll collection, and toll collection standards.
In the present invention, the system further comprises a generating module for performing at least one of the following operations. The operating area of the vehicle may be divided into a plurality of minimum enclosed areas. A minimum electronic fence corresponding to each minimum enclosed area may be determined. One or more electronic fences can be generated based on a plurality of smallest electronic fences.
In the present invention, the generating module is further configured to perform at least one of the following operations. Whether the minimum closed areas corresponding to the two minimum electronic fences have a shared boundary can be judged. In response to that the minimum closed areas corresponding to the two minimum electronic fences have a shared boundary, whether the two minimum closed areas form a new closed area after the shared boundary is removed can be judged. In response to two minimum enclosure areas being able to constitute a new enclosure area, the two minimum electronic fences can be merged into a new electronic fence.
In the present invention, the generating module is further configured to perform the following operations. Two or more minimum electronic fences with the same attribute that are adjacent can be merged to generate one or more new electronic fences.
In the present invention, the control module may be further configured to perform at least one of the following operations. One or more electronic pens can be monitored. A vehicle having a current location within the monitoring electronics fence can be monitored to obtain a condition of the vehicle. Third operation instructions for controlling the vehicle and/or third reminding instructions for reminding the vehicle or a user can be generated based on the monitoring result.
A control system for a vehicle. The system comprises a second acquisition module, a communication module and an execution module. The second acquisition module is used for acquiring the current position of the vehicle and reporting the current position. The communication module is used for receiving an operation instruction and/or a reminding instruction determined based on the current position, wherein the operation instruction comprises a first operation instruction and/or a second operation instruction, and the reminding instruction comprises a first reminding instruction and/or a second operation instruction. The execution module is used for controlling the vehicle and/or reminding the vehicle or the user based on the operation instruction and/or the reminding instruction.
In the present invention, the controlling the vehicle includes at least one of the following operations: the method comprises the following steps of continuously ringing a bell, ringing preset time, broadcasting voice, continuously flashing a headlamp, flashing the headlamp for the preset time, powering off, locking wheels, allowing locking, not allowing locking, allowing returning the vehicle, not allowing returning the vehicle and charging according to a preset mode.
In the present invention, the communication module is further configured to receive a third operation instruction and/or a third reminding instruction corresponding to the vehicle condition. The execution module is further used for controlling the vehicle and/or reminding the vehicle or the user based on the third operation instruction and/or the third reminding instruction.
A control apparatus of a vehicle, the apparatus comprising a processor and a memory; the memory is configured to store instructions that, when executed by the processor, cause the apparatus to perform operations corresponding to the vehicle control method as described in any one of the above.
A computer-readable storage medium, wherein the storage medium stores computer instructions, and when the computer instructions in the storage medium are read by a computer, the computer executes a method of controlling a vehicle as described in any one of the above.
Additional features of the present application will be set forth in part in the description which follows. Additional features of some aspects of the present application will be apparent to those of ordinary skill in the art in view of the following description and accompanying drawings, or in view of the production or operation of the embodiments. The features of the present application may be realized and attained by practice or use of the methods, instrumentalities and combinations of the various aspects of the specific embodiments described below.
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FIG. 1 is an exemplary flow chart of a method of vehicle operation according to some embodiments of the present application;
FIG. 2 is an exemplary flow chart of another method of vehicle operation according to some embodiments of the present application;
fig. 3 is an exemplary flow chart of a method of determining an electronic fence according to some embodiments of the present application;
FIG. 4 is an exemplary flow chart of a method of generating one or more electronic fences based on a plurality of smallest electronic fences in accordance with some embodiments of the present application;
FIG. 5 is an exemplary flow chart of a vehicle monitoring method according to some embodiments of the present application;
FIG. 6 is an exemplary flow chart of a method of operating a vehicle according to some embodiments of the present application;
FIG. 7 is an exemplary flow chart of another vehicle operation method according to some embodiments of the present application;
FIG. 8 is a block diagram of an exemplary first processing device, shown in accordance with some embodiments of the present application;
FIG. 9 is a block diagram of an exemplary second processing device, shown in accordance with some embodiments of the present application;
FIG. 10 is a schematic illustration of an intersection between a minimum enclosed area and a line of separation making up the minimum enclosed area, according to some embodiments of the present application;
fig. 11 is a schematic view of an electronic fence incorporation according to some embodiments of the present application.
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In order to more clearly illustrate the technical solutions of the embodiments of the present application, the drawings used in the description of the embodiments will be briefly introduced below. It is obvious that the drawings in the following description are only examples or embodiments of the application, from which the application can also be applied to other similar scenarios without inventive effort for a person skilled in the art. Unless otherwise apparent from the context, or otherwise indicated, like reference numbers in the figures refer to the same structure or operation.
It should be understood that "system", "device", "unit" and/or "module" as used herein is a method for distinguishing different components, elements, parts, portions or assemblies at different levels. However, other words may be substituted by other expressions if they accomplish the same purpose.
As used in this application and the appended claims, the terms "a," "an," "the," and/or "the" are not intended to be inclusive in the singular, but rather are intended to be inclusive in the plural unless the context clearly dictates otherwise. In general, the terms "comprises" and "comprising" merely indicate that steps and elements are included which are explicitly identified, that the steps and elements do not form an exclusive list, and that a method or apparatus may include other steps or elements.
Flow charts are used herein to illustrate operations performed by systems according to embodiments of the present application. It should be understood that the preceding or following operations are not necessarily performed in the exact order in which they are performed. Rather, the various steps may be processed in reverse order or simultaneously. Meanwhile, other operations may be added to the processes, or a certain step or several steps of operations may be removed from the processes.
Embodiments of the present application may be applied to different transportation systems and/or mobile terminals, including but not limited to one or a combination of several of land, surface, aviation, aerospace, and the like. Such as a human powered vehicle, a vehicle, an automobile (e.g., a small car, a bus, a large transportation vehicle, etc.), rail transportation (e.g., a train, a bullet train, a high-speed rail, a subway, etc.), a boat, an airplane, an airship, a satellite, a hot air balloon, an unmanned vehicle, etc. Different mobile terminals include, but are not limited to, mobile devices such as smart phones, smart watches, video cameras, notebooks, tablet computers, Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs), in-vehicle computers, and the like. The application scenarios of the different embodiments of the present application include but are not limited to one or a combination of several of transportation industry, warehouse logistics industry, agricultural operation system, urban public transportation system, commercial operation vehicle, etc. It should be understood that the application scenarios of the system and method of the present application are merely examples or embodiments of the present application, and those skilled in the art can also apply the present application to other similar scenarios without inventive effort based on these drawings.
One aspect of the invention relates to a vehicle operation method. The first processing device can determine attributes of an electronic fence where the vehicle is located according to the acquired vehicle position, and generate instructions for controlling the vehicle and/or reminding a vehicle user based on the attributes.
FIG. 1 is an exemplary flow chart of a method of operating a vehicle according to some embodiments of the present application. One or more operations of the flow 100 for vehicle operation shown in fig. 1 may be performed by a first processing device 800. As shown in fig. 1, the process 100 may include the following operations.
At step 110, a first position of the vehicle is obtained. In some embodiments, step 110 may be performed by the first obtaining module 810.
In some embodiments, the vehicle may be an automobile or a non-automobile, including but not limited to an automobile, a bus, a bicycle, an electric bicycle, a motorcycle, an electric vehicle, a tractor, a passenger car, a train, a motor car, a high-speed rail, a ship, an airplane, a hot air balloon, an unmanned vehicle, a van bicycle, a tricycle, a cart, a wheelchair, an animal drawn vehicle, and the like, or any combination thereof. The vehicle may be a vehicle for sharing an trip system. In some embodiments, the first location may be a location of the vehicle at the present time. The vehicle can be provided with equipment with a positioning function or is internally provided with a positioning module, and the positioning module can be communicated with a satellite positioning system to acquire the positioning position of the vehicle. In some embodiments, when the user uses the terminal device to use the vehicle through the shared rental, the first location may also be a terminal location reported by the terminal device. The terminal equipment can also be provided with a positioning module, and the position is positioned through the positioning module. As used herein, a satellite positioning system may include Global Positioning System (GPS), GLONASS satellite navigation system (GLONASS), BeiDou navigation system (BeiDou), Galileo satellite navigation positioning system (Galileo), quasi-zenith satellite system (QZSS), wireless fidelity (WiFi) positioning technology, base station positioning technology, and the like, or any combination thereof. One or more of the above-described positioning systems may be used interchangeably in this application. In some embodiments, the first location may be represented in geographic coordinates, for example, the first location may be represented in latitude and longitude coordinates.
And step 120, determining the electronic fence where the vehicle is located and the attribute of the electronic fence based on the first position. In some embodiments, step 120 may be performed by determination module 820.
In some embodiments, the electronic fence may be a virtual boundary bounded by one or more virtual fences. An electronic fence can correspond to an enclosed area, which can be a polygonal geometric area of arbitrary shape. In some embodiments, the electronic fence may be represented as a set of latitude and longitude coordinates of points arranged in a certain rule. For example, the electronic fence can be represented by a longitude and latitude coordinate set formed by sorting points on the boundary in a clockwise or counterclockwise direction. In some embodiments, the electronic fence may be determined based on road network data of a city in which the vehicle is located. For example, at least one closed region may be divided based on the road network data, and coordinates of two or more points on the boundary of the closed region may be determined. Further, the coordinates can be sorted, and the electronic fence can be generated based on the sorting result. The sorting may be determining a connection order between points corresponding to the coordinates. For a detailed description of the electronic fence, reference may be made to other parts of the present application (e.g., fig. 3 and 4), which are not described herein again. In some embodiments, the determining module 820 may determine which electronic fence the first location of the vehicle is located in by determining which of the acquired longitude and latitude coordinates of the first location falls within the area represented by the longitude and latitude coordinate set of which electronic fence.
In some embodiments, the electronic fence may have one or more attributes including, but not limited to, vehicle ringing (e.g., automatic ringing, continuous ringing, phase ringing preset time, etc.), voice announcement, flashing of headlights, power off, lock off, wheel locking, lock allowed, lock not allowed, car return not allowed, toll free and toll criteria, and the like, or any combination thereof. In some embodiments, attributes of the electronic fence may further be used to control vehicle operation and/or direct user behavior. For example, attributes such as vehicle ringing, voice announcements, flashing headlights, etc. may be used to alert the user to guide the user's behavior; power failure, locking, wheel locking, locking permission, locking non-permission and the like can be used for controlling the vehicle to run; the car return allowed, car return not allowed, charge, no charge and charge criteria, etc. may be used to define the operating strategy of the vehicle in different areas.
In some embodiments, different functional electronic fences may be set based on attributes of the electronic fence. For example, the different-function electronic fence may include a parking spot for parking, an operating area for restricting a user's riding area, an active area, a coupon available area, an area that does not collect a transportation fee, a half-rate or other charging manner area, and the like, or suitable combinations thereof.
And step 130, generating a first operation instruction for controlling the vehicle and/or a first reminding instruction for reminding based on the attribute of the electronic fence. In some embodiments, step 130 may be performed by control module 830.
In some embodiments, the first operation instruction may include a continuous ringing, a ringing preset time, a broadcast voice, a continuous flashing of a head lamp, a flashing of the head lamp for a preset time, a power failure, locking, wheel locking, allowing locking, disallowing locking, allowing returning, disallowing returning, charging according to a preset manner, and the like, or any combination thereof. In some embodiments, the first alert instruction may include a short message alert, a telephone voice alert, or the like, or any combination thereof. In some embodiments, the control module 830 can send the first operation instruction and the first reminder instruction simultaneously. For example, in an area where a car is not allowed to return, the attributes of the current electronic fence may have a combination of not allowing a car to return, continuously ringing, broadcasting voice, continuously flashing headlights, charging according to a preset mode, short message reminding, and the like. When detecting that the vehicle is locked in the current area, the control module 830 may send an instruction to cause the vehicle to continuously ring, continuously flash the head lamp, perform voice broadcast (for example, broadcast that the vehicle is not allowed to return to the location, and the vehicle will continue to perform time counting and billing) and perform billing according to a preset mode, and send a short message prompt to the client to guide the user to stop at the recommended parking spot.
In some embodiments, the control module 830 may send instructions to the vehicle or user terminal over a network. In some embodiments, the network may be any type of wired or wireless network, and may include, but is not limited to, a cable network, a wired network, a fiber optic network, a telecommunications network, an intranet, the internet, a Local Area Network (LAN), a Wide Area Network (WAN), a Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN), a Metropolitan Area Network (MAN), a Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN), a bluetooth network, a ZigBee network, a Near Field Communication (NFC) network, and the like, or any combination thereof.
It should be noted that the above description relating to the process 100 is only for illustration and explanation, and does not limit the applicable scope of the present application. Various modifications and changes to flow 100 will be apparent to those skilled in the art in light of this disclosure. However, such modifications and variations are intended to be within the scope of the present application.
FIG. 2 is an exemplary flow chart of another vehicle operation method according to some embodiments of the present application. One or more operations of the flow 200 for vehicle operation shown in fig. 2 may be performed by the first processing device 800. As shown in fig. 2, the process 200 may include the following operations.
And step 210, acquiring a second position of the vehicle after a preset time period. In some embodiments, step 210 may be performed by the first obtaining module 810.
In some embodiments, the preset time period may refer to a time period reasonably close to the current time. For example, the preset time period may be 5 minutes, 10 minutes, 30 minutes, or the like. In some embodiments, the first obtaining module 810 may automatically determine the preset time period. For example, the first obtaining module 810 may automatically determine the preset time period according to a range of the electronic fence in which the vehicle is located (e.g., a perimeter, an area, etc. of an enclosed area forming the electronic fence). The preset time period can be automatically prolonged in the electronic fence with a larger range, and can be automatically shortened in the electronic fence with a smaller range. In some embodiments, the preset time period may be set manually.
In some embodiments, the second location may be a location of the vehicle after a preset period of time from the current time. In some embodiments, the first obtaining module 810 may determine the second location by using positioning information reported by the vehicle and/or the user terminal. The first obtaining module 810 may further estimate the second position based on a first position, a speed, an acceleration, a moving direction, and the like of the vehicle at the current time. In some embodiments, the second location may be in the same electronic fence as the first location. In some embodiments, the second location may be in a different electronic fence than the first location.
Step 220, determining whether the second position is located outside the electronic fence. In some embodiments, step 220 may be performed by determination module 820.
In some embodiments, the second location may be represented in geographic coordinates, for example, the second location may be represented in latitude and longitude coordinates. In some embodiments, the determining module 820 may determine whether the second location is outside the area represented by the set of longitude and latitude coordinates of the electronic fence based on the longitude and latitude coordinates of the second location. If the second location is outside the electronic fence, process 200 may proceed to 230. Otherwise, the process 200 ends and returns to step 130 in the process 100.
Step 230, in response to the second position being outside the electronic fence, generating a second operation instruction for controlling the vehicle and/or a second reminding instruction for reminding based on the attribute of the electronic fence. In some embodiments, step 230 may be performed by control module 830.
In some embodiments, when it is determined that the second location of the vehicle is outside the electronic fence, the control module 830 may generate a second operation instruction for controlling the vehicle and/or a second alert instruction for alerting based on the attribute of the electronic fence. In some embodiments, the second execution instruction and the second reminder instruction may be similar to the first execution instruction and the first reminder instruction. The second operation instruction may include a continuous ringing bell, a ringing preset time, a broadcast voice, a continuous flashing of a head lamp, a flashing preset time of the head lamp, a power failure, locking, wheel locking, locking permission, locking non-permission, returning non-permission, charging according to a preset mode, and the like or any combination thereof. The second reminding instruction can comprise a short message reminding, a telephone voice reminding and the like or any combination thereof. For example only, it is assumed that the electronic fence is an operating area and a non-operating area is outside the electronic fence. Upon detecting that the vehicle is about to exit the electronic fence (i.e., the first location is within the electronic fence), the control module 830 can send a voice-over command (e.g., will leave the operating area 50 meters later) to alert the user; when it is detected that the vehicle exits the electronic fence (i.e., the second position is located outside the electronic fence), the control module 830 may continue to send the power-off command, so that the vehicle stops supplying power; when it is detected that the vehicle continues to exit the electronic fence beyond a threshold distance (e.g., 100 meters, 500 meters, etc.), the control module 830 may send a lock, wheel lock, etc. instruction to interrupt vehicle operation so that the user cannot ride the vehicle too far out of the operating area.
It should be noted that the above description relating to the process 100 is only for illustration and explanation, and does not limit the applicable scope of the present application. Various modifications and changes to flow 100 will be apparent to those skilled in the art in light of this disclosure. However, such modifications and variations are intended to be within the scope of the present application.
Fig. 3 is an exemplary flow chart of a method of determining an electronic fence according to some embodiments of the present application. One or more operations of the flow 300 for determining an electronic fence illustrated in fig. 3 may be performed by the first processing device 800. In some embodiments, the flow 300 may be performed by the generation module 840. As shown in fig. 3, the process 300 may include the following operations.
In step 310, the operation area of the vehicle is divided into a plurality of minimum closed areas.
In some embodiments, the operation area may refer to a range of areas that may be used by vehicles sharing the travel system, including administrative areas (e.g., an entire city area sharing travel service operations, a municipality area under a city, etc.), geographic areas (e.g., an area within a certain radius of a specified central location), etc., or any combination thereof. In some embodiments, the generation module 840 may divide the operation area based on the road network data of the operation area. The generating module 840 may draw a line along the roads and/or the geographic signs in the road network data to obtain a separation line, form one or more closed regions with the separation line as a boundary, and further determine whether the one or more closed regions are the minimum closed region. The generating module 840 may further take points along roads and/or geographic landmarks in the road network as separation points, obtain line segments based on the separation points (for example, by direct connection between the direct separation points or by smooth fitting), form one or more closed regions with the line segments as boundaries, and further determine whether the one or more closed regions are the minimum closed region. In some embodiments, the minimum closed region may refer to a region whose area is smaller than a preset threshold after being divided. The preset threshold may be a default value of the first processing device 800, for example, 1.5 square kilometers, and may also be adjusted according to different application scenarios, which is not specifically limited in this application. In some embodiments, the minimum closed region may refer to a closed region that does not include a line inside that has two or more intersections with all region boundaries. For example, if there is no connection line within a certain closed region, it may be determined that the closed region may be the smallest closed region. For another example, if there are one or more lines in a certain closed region, but each line in the closed region has no intersection point or only one intersection point with the boundary of the closed region, and the closed region is not divided into two or more closed regions, it may be determined that the closed region is the minimum closed region. In some embodiments, the generation module 840 may determine whether the closed region is the minimum closed region according to the region area of the closed region, or according to whether there are two or more intersection lines or connecting lines between the inside of the closed region and all the region boundaries. If the enclosed area is determined to be the minimum enclosed area, process 300 may proceed to 320. Otherwise, the generation module 630 may continue to divide the enclosed area.
And step 320, determining a minimum electronic fence corresponding to each minimum closed area.
In some embodiments, the generation module 840 may determine the minimum electronic fence based on the intersection of the separation lines that make up the minimum enclosed area. The generation module 840 may sort the coordinates of the intersection points after determining the intersection points and the coordinates of the intersection points of the separation lines, and generate the electronic fence based on the sorted result. The sorting result may include the serial number of the intersection point and the longitude and latitude thereof. The sequence number may be a connection order of the corresponding intersection points when the minimum electronic fence is formed. Referring to fig. 10, fig. 10 is a schematic view of an intersection between a minimum enclosed area and a partition line constituting the minimum enclosed area according to some embodiments of the present application. As shown in fig. 10, the dividing lines constituting the minimum closed region have four intersections, an upper left intersection a, a lower left intersection B, a lower right intersection C, and an upper right intersection D. The sequence number may be (1A, 2B, 3C, 4D), (1A, 2D, 3C, 4B), (1A, 2C, 3B, 4D), and so on. The determination module 620 may sequentially connect A, B, C, D the four points in order of number, e.g., by (1A, 2B, 3C, 4D), to form an electronic fence with a virtual boundary coinciding with the boundary of the corresponding enclosed area. In some embodiments, the minimum electronic fence can be displayed in a variety of forms. For example, the generation module 840 may generate a coordinate list based on the sorting result, and the minimum electronic fence may be displayed in the form of the coordinate list. For another example, the generating module 840 may directly generate the corresponding area in the road network map based on the sorting result, and the minimum electronic fence may be displayed on the map in the form of the area. For another example, the generation module 840 may generate the corresponding region based on the longitude and latitude of the sorted coordinates of the intersection point, and the minimum electronic fence may be displayed on the map in the form of the region.
At step 330, one or more electronic fences are generated based on the plurality of smallest electronic fences.
In some embodiments, the generation module 840 may select two or more minimum electronic fences according to a preset rule to combine and generate one or more electronic fences. In some embodiments, the preset rule may be to determine whether two or more adjacent minimum electronic fences have the same and/or similar attributes. In some embodiments, the preset rule may be to determine whether two minimum electronic fences have a common boundary. In some embodiments, the preset rule may be to determine whether two minimum electronic fences have a common boundary and the same and/or similar attributes. For a detailed description of generating one or more electronic fences based on a plurality of minimum electronic fences, refer to fig. 4 and the description thereof, which are not repeated herein.
It should be noted that the above description relating to the process 100 is only for illustration and explanation, and does not limit the applicable scope of the present application. Various modifications and changes to flow 100 will be apparent to those skilled in the art in light of this disclosure. However, such modifications and variations are intended to be within the scope of the present application.
Fig. 4 is an exemplary flow diagram for generating one or more electronic fences based on a plurality of smallest electronic fences, according to some embodiments of the present application. One or more operations of the flow 400 for generating one or more electronic fences based on a plurality of smallest electronic fences, shown in fig. 4, can be performed by the first processing device 800. In some embodiments, flow 400 may be performed by generation module 840. As shown in fig. 4, the flow 400 may include the following operations.
Step 410, determine whether the minimum enclosed area corresponding to the two minimum electronic fences has a shared boundary.
In some embodiments, the common boundary may refer to a separation line or a line segment composed of separation points that constitute a boundary of minimum closed areas corresponding to two or more electronic fences. If the minimum enclosure areas corresponding to the two minimum electronic fences have a common boundary, the process 400 proceeds to 420. Otherwise, the generation module 840 cannot merge the two smallest electronic fences into one electronic fence.
Step 420, in response to that the minimum closed areas corresponding to the two minimum electronic fences have a shared boundary, determining whether the two minimum closed areas form a new closed area after the shared boundary is removed.
In some embodiments, after removing the common dividing line or the common dividing point, the generation module 840 may obtain all the remaining dividing lines or the dividing points constituting the two smallest electronic fences after removing the common dividing line or the common dividing point. The generation module 840 may further determine whether the new polygon area is a closed polygon area based on the new polygon area formed by all the remaining dividing lines or dividing points. If the new polygon area is a closed polygon area, the process 400 may proceed to step 430. Otherwise, the generation module 840 cannot merge the two smallest electronic fences to generate a new electronic fence.
Step 430, in response to the two minimum enclosing areas being able to form a new enclosing area, combining the two minimum electronic fences into one electronic fence.
In some embodiments, in response to that two minimum closed regions can constitute a new closed region, the generation module 840 may determine a separation line or a line segment composed of separation points forming the new closed region, and acquire coordinates of separation line intersection points or separation points, sort the coordinates of the separation line intersection points or separation points, and generate a new electronic fence based on the sorting result. Referring to fig. 11, fig. 11 is a schematic view of an electronic fence incorporation according to some embodiments of the present application. Two electronic fences, EFI and FGHI, are shown in fig. 11. The generation module 840 can determine whether the two electronic fences have a common boundary (i.e., a common dividing line). Because the two electronic fences have a shared boundary FI, the generation module 840 may continue to determine whether the separation line between the points E, G, H can form a new closed region after FI is removed. Based on the scoring, it can be determined that region EGH is an enclosed region, then generation module 840 can merge the fence EFI and FGHI into a new fence EGH. For a detailed description of generating the closed region based on the separation line or the separation point, reference may be made to fig. 3 and the description thereof, which are not repeated herein.
In some embodiments, the generation module 840 can also determine whether the two smallest electronic fences can be merged to form an electronic fence based on the attributes of the electronic fences. The generation module 840 can determine whether the two smallest electronic fences have the same and/or similar attributes. If two smallest electronic fences have the same and/or similar attributes, the generation module 840 can merge the two smallest electronic fences into an electronic fence. For example, assuming that the attributes of the two smallest electronic fences are both charged, the generation module 840 may determine whether the two smallest electronic fences have the same charging standard, and if the two smallest electronic fences have the same charging standard, the generation module 840 may further determine to merge the two smallest electronic fences into an electronic fence.
It should be noted that the above description related to the flow 400 is only for illustration and explanation, and does not limit the applicable scope of the present application. Various modifications and changes to flow 400 may occur to those skilled in the art in light of the teachings herein. However, such modifications and variations are intended to be within the scope of the present application.
FIG. 5 is an exemplary flow chart of a vehicle monitoring method according to some embodiments of the present application. One or more operations of the flow 500 for vehicle monitoring illustrated in fig. 5 may be performed by the first processing device 800. In some embodiments, the process 500 may be performed by the control module 830. As shown in fig. 5, the vehicle monitoring method may include:
Step 510, monitoring one or more electronic fences.
In some embodiments, the monitored electronic fence may be an electronic fence set with certain rules for operations management. In some embodiments, the rules may be set by a preset range. For example, the control module 830 may set the monitored electronic fences equidistant (e.g., 5 kilometers, 10 kilometers, 50 kilometers, etc.) along the roads in the road network. In some embodiments, the rules may be set at preset flow rates. For example, the control module 830 may count the user usage traffic data in the operating area based on historical orders of the shared travel system, setting one or more of the electronic fences in the operating area where user usage traffic is large as the monitored electronic fence. In some embodiments, the monitored electronic fence may have the same attributes as the electronic fence described above, based on which the corresponding instructions are issued when a vehicle enters or exits the monitoring electronic fence. In some embodiments, the monitored electronic fence may also have monitoring attributes for automatically monitoring vehicle data in real time or on a timed basis.
And step 520, monitoring the vehicle with the current position in the monitoring electronic fence to acquire the condition of the vehicle.
In some embodiments, the control module 830 can automatically obtain vehicle data located within the monitoring electronics fence for monitoring. The vehicle data may include usage data and/or performance data of vehicles within the monitored electronic fence. The usage data may include order quantity, travel path, travel time, payment, etc., or any combination thereof. The performance data may include remaining power, vehicle device status, and the like. In some embodiments, the control module 830 can also passively acquire vehicle data located within the monitoring electronics fence for monitoring. For example, after the user starts using the vehicle of the shared travel system or completes an order, the user terminal may actively submit vehicle data (e.g., insufficient electric quantity, damaged vehicle, unavailable vehicle, unsuccessful payment, etc.) to the shared travel system through the application program, and the control module 830 may acquire and/or analyze data sent by the user in real time or in a time-sharing manner to perform vehicle monitoring.
And step 530, generating a third operation instruction for controlling the vehicle and/or a third reminding instruction for reminding based on the monitoring result.
In some embodiments, the control module 830 may analyze vehicle conditions and generate monitoring results based on vehicle data automatically acquired and/or proactively submitted by a user. The monitoring results may include whether the vehicle requires maintenance, whether the vehicle is in an abnormal operation state, whether the vehicle equipment is operating normally, whether the vehicle power is sufficient, whether there is an unprocessed vehicle order, and the like. In some embodiments, the control module 830 may generate a corresponding third execution instruction and/or a third reminding instruction for reminding based on the monitoring result. The third operation instruction may be used to control the operation of the vehicle, for example, continuously ringing the bell, ringing the bell for a preset time, broadcasting voice, continuously flashing the head lamp, flashing the head lamp for a preset time, powering off, locking the wheels, allowing locking, not allowing locking, allowing returning the vehicle, not allowing returning the vehicle, charging according to a preset manner, and the like, or a suitable combination thereof. The third alert instruction may include a short message alert, a telephone voice alert, or the like, or a suitable combination thereof. For example, if the vehicle needs maintenance as a result of the monitoring, the third operation command may be an operation action such as powering off the vehicle, locking wheels, etc. to prevent the user from continuing to use the vehicle to be maintained, thereby avoiding an accident. For another example, if the monitoring result is that there is an unprocessed order, the third reminding instruction may be to notify the riding user and/or the vehicle administrator sharing the travel system by a short message reminding, a telephone voice reminding, or the like, so as to perform order and/or subsequent processing of the vehicle.
It should be noted that the above description related to the flow 500 is only for illustration and explanation, and does not limit the applicable scope of the present application. Various modifications and changes to flow 500 may occur to those skilled in the art upon review of the present application. However, such modifications and variations are intended to be within the scope of the present application.
FIG. 6 is an exemplary flow chart for vehicle operation, shown in accordance with some embodiments of the present application. The flow 600 for vehicle operation shown in fig. 6 may be performed by a user terminal (e.g., second processing device 900). In some embodiments, the user terminal may be a device used by a vehicle user, for example, the vehicle user may use the user terminal to determine a vehicle order for use of the vehicle via a rental over the internet. The user terminal may also be a device used by a vehicle operation and maintenance person, for example, the vehicle operation and maintenance person may perform operation management and device maintenance on the vehicle through the user terminal. In some embodiments, the user terminal may also be a device mounted on the vehicle, such as a vehicle-mounted computer. In some embodiments, the user terminal may include one or more devices with data acquisition, storage, and/or transmission capabilities. For example, the user terminal may obtain its own positioning information. In some embodiments, the user terminal may include, but is not limited to, a smart mobile device, a laptop computer, a desktop computer, a vehicle mounted device, and the like, or any combination thereof. In some embodiments, the smart mobile device may include, but is not limited to, a smartphone, a Personal Digital Assistant (PDA), a tablet computer, a handheld game console, smart glasses, a smart watch, a wearable device, a virtual display device, a display enhancement device, and the like, or any combination thereof. In some embodiments, the user terminal may send data and/or information to the first processing device 800. The user terminal may also include one or more of the similar devices described above. As shown in fig. 6, the flow 600 may include the following operations.
And step 610, acquiring the current position of the vehicle and reporting the current position. In some embodiments, step 610 may be performed by the second acquisition module 910.
In some embodiments, the current location may be a location of the vehicle at a current time. In some embodiments, the user terminal may communicate with the vehicle, e.g., wirelessly. After the vehicle acquires the current position of the vehicle, the user terminal can acquire the current position of the vehicle through communication connection and report the current position. In some embodiments, the location of the user terminal may be considered consistent with the location of the vehicle when the user uses the vehicle via the user terminal, for example, when the vehicle user performs a device unlock on the vehicle via the user terminal after determining a vehicle use order. The current location may also be a location position of the user terminal. In some embodiments, the user terminal may obtain its current position location by communicating with a satellite positioning system. In some embodiments, when the user terminal is part of the vehicle, the user terminal may obtain the current location of the vehicle directly through a satellite positioning system. The satellite positioning system used in the present application may include a Global Positioning System (GPS), a GLONASS satellite navigation system (GLONASS), a BeiDou navigation system (BeiDou), a Galileo satellite navigation system (Galileo), a quasi-zenith satellite system (QZSS), a wireless fidelity (WiFi) positioning technology, and the like, or any combination thereof. One or more of the above-described positioning systems may be used interchangeably in this application.
In some embodiments, the current location may be reported over a network. The network may be any type of wired or wireless network. For example, the network may include a cable network, a wired network, a fiber optic network, a telecommunications network, an intranet, the internet, a Local Area Network (LAN), a Wide Area Network (WAN), a Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN), a Metropolitan Area Network (MAN), a Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN), a bluetooth network, a ZigBee network, a Near Field Communication (NFC) network, the like, or any combination thereof.
And step 620, receiving the operation instruction and/or the reminding instruction determined based on the current position. In some embodiments, step 620 may be performed by a communication module 920.
In some embodiments, the execution instructions include a first execution instruction and a second execution instruction, and the reminder instruction may include a first reminder instruction and a second reminder instruction. When the current position of the vehicle is located in a certain electronic fence, for example, the electronic fence where the current position of the vehicle is located is determined based on which latitude and longitude coordinate set of the electronic fence the latitude and longitude coordinate of the current position falls into, and the first processing device (for example, the control module 830) may determine the first operation instruction and/or the first reminding instruction based on the attribute of the electronic fence, and issue the first operation instruction and/or the first reminding instruction to the user terminal. The first instruction may include a continuous bell, preset bell time, broadcast voice, continuous flashing of the head lamp, preset flashing of the head lamp, power failure, locking, wheel locking, locking permission, locking non-permission, returning non-permission, charging according to a preset mode, and the like or a suitable combination thereof. In some embodiments, the first alert instruction may include a short message alert, a telephone voice alert, or the like, or a suitable combination thereof. When the current position of the vehicle is located outside a certain electronic fence, for example, it is determined based on the longitude and latitude coordinates of the current position that the current position is located outside an area represented by a longitude and latitude coordinate set of the certain electronic fence, and whether the vehicle is located outside the above electronic fence, the first processing device (for example, the control module 830) may determine the second operation instruction and/or the second reminding instruction based on the attribute of the above electronic fence, and issue the second operation instruction and/or the second reminding instruction to the user terminal. The second operation instruction and/or the second reminding instruction are similar to the first operation instruction and/or the second reminding instruction. In some embodiments, the operating instructions and/or reminder instructions may be sent over a network, including any type of wired or wireless network.
And step 630, controlling the vehicle and/or reminding the vehicle or the user based on the operation instruction and/or the reminding instruction. In some embodiments, step 630 may be performed by execution module 930.
In some embodiments, the vehicle user may be a vehicle user who may use the vehicle after determining the order for the vehicle by means of a rental over the internet using a user terminal. The vehicle user can also be a vehicle operation and maintenance person, and the vehicle operation and maintenance person can perform operation management and equipment maintenance on the vehicle through the user terminal. In some embodiments, the user terminal may control the vehicle and/or remind the vehicle user based on the operation instruction and/or the reminding instruction. For example, the electronic fence in which the vehicle is located needs to be charged according to a preset mode, and when the vehicle location is located in the current electronic fence, the user terminal may control the vehicle to ring for a preset time, flash for a preset time for a headlight, broadcast voice (for example, currently, a charging area, and a charge of 0.5 yuan per kilometer), and the like based on the operation instruction, so as to remind the user of the current charging mode. For another example, the electronic fence in which the vehicle is located is an operating area, and the outside of the electronic fence is a non-operating area. When it is detected that the vehicle is about to exit the electronic fence, the user terminal may perform a voice broadcast instruction (for example, will leave the operating area after 50 meters) to remind the user based on the reminding instruction; when the vehicle is detected to be driven out of the electronic fence, the user terminal can power off the vehicle based on the operation instruction; when it is detected that the vehicle continues to exit the electronic fence beyond a threshold distance (e.g., 100 meters, 500 meters, etc.), the user terminal may control wheel locking based on the operation instructions to interrupt vehicle operation so that the user cannot ride the vehicle too far out of the operation area.
It should be noted that the above description related to the flow 600 is only for illustration and explanation, and does not limit the applicable scope of the present application. Various modifications and changes to flow 600 may occur to those skilled in the art, given the benefit of this disclosure. However, such modifications and variations are intended to be within the scope of the present application.
FIG. 7 is an exemplary flow chart for vehicle operation, shown in accordance with some embodiments of the present application. The flow 700 for vehicle operation shown in fig. 7 may be performed by a user terminal (e.g., the second processing module 900). As shown in fig. 7, the user terminal reminding method may include:
and step 710, receiving a third operation instruction and/or a third reminding instruction corresponding to the vehicle condition. Specifically, step 710 may be performed by communication module 920.
In some embodiments, the third operating instruction and/or the third reminder instruction may be determined based on usage data and/or performance data of vehicles located within the monitoring fence. The usage data may include order quantity, travel path, travel time, payment, etc., or any combination thereof. The performance data may include remaining power, vehicle device status, and the like. In some embodiments, the monitoring electronic fence may be an electronic fence for operation management set up with a certain rule. The rule may be set at preset ranges, for example, the monitoring electronic fences are set at equal distances (e.g., 5 km, 10 km, 50 km, etc.) along the roads in the road network. The rule may be set according to a preset flow rate, for example, one or more electronic fences in an operation area with a large user usage flow rate may be set as a monitoring electronic fence based on historical order statistics of the shared travel system. In some embodiments, the usage data and/or performance data of the vehicle may be automatically monitored in real time or on a timed basis as the vehicle enters the monitoring electronics pen. In some embodiments, the third operation instruction may include a continuous ringing, a ringing preset time, a broadcast voice, a continuous flashing of a headlight, a flashing of the headlight for a preset time, a power failure, a locking, a wheel locking, a locking permission, a locking non-permission, a returning non-permission, a charging according to a preset mode, and the like, or a suitable combination thereof. The third alert instruction may include a short message alert, a telephone voice alert, or the like, or a suitable combination thereof.
And step 720, controlling the vehicle and/or reminding the vehicle or the user based on the third operation instruction and/or the third reminding instruction. In some embodiments, step 720 may be performed by execution module 930.
In some embodiments, the vehicle user may be a vehicle user who may use the vehicle after determining the order for the vehicle by means of a rental over the internet using a user terminal. The vehicle user can also be a vehicle operation and maintenance person, and the vehicle operation and maintenance person can perform operation management and equipment maintenance on the vehicle through the user terminal. . In some embodiments, the user terminal may control the vehicle and/or remind the user of the vehicle based on the received third operation instruction and/or the third reminding instruction. For example, when the vehicle condition is insufficient, the user terminal may control a headlight of the vehicle to flash for a preset time, broadcast a voice (e.g., insufficient power, please charge), and the like, so as to remind the user that the vehicle is insufficient in power. For another example, when detecting that the vehicle equipment is damaged, for example, the lock is damaged, the user terminal may control the wheel of the vehicle to lock, and remind the vehicle operation and maintenance person to repair the vehicle.
It should be noted that the above description related to the flow 700 is only for illustration and explanation, and does not limit the applicable scope of the present application. Various modifications and changes to flow 700 may occur to those skilled in the art upon review of the present application. However, such modifications and variations are intended to be within the scope of the present application.
Fig. 8 is an exemplary block diagram of a first processing module 800 shown according to some embodiments of the present application. As shown in fig. 8, the first processing module 800 may include a first obtaining module 810, a determining module 820, a controlling module 830, and a generating module 840.
The acquisition module 810 may acquire data. In some embodiments, the acquisition module 810 may acquire a first location of the vehicle. The first position may be a location position of the vehicle at the present time. The obtaining module 810 may further obtain a second position of the vehicle after a preset time period.
The determination module 820 can determine the electronic fence and its attributes where the vehicle is located based on the first location. The electronic fence may be a virtual boundary bounded by one or more virtual barriers. The attributes may include vehicle ringing (e.g., automatic ringing, continuous ringing, phase ringing preset time, etc.), voice announcements, flashing headlights, power off, lock off, wheel lock up, lock allowed, lock not allowed, car return not allowed, toll free and toll criteria, and the like, or any combination thereof. In some embodiments, the determination module 820 may further determine whether the second location is outside the electronic fence.
The control module 830 may control the vehicle and/or alert the vehicle or the user. In some embodiments, the control module 830 can generate a first operation instruction for controlling the vehicle and/or a first alert instruction for alerting the vehicle or the user based on the attributes of the electronic fence. In some embodiments, upon determining that the second location of the vehicle is outside the electronic fence, the control module 830 may generate a second operation instruction for controlling the vehicle and/or a second alert instruction for alerting based on the attribute of the electronic fence. In some embodiments, the control module 830 can also monitor one or more electronic fences, monitor vehicles whose current locations are within the monitoring electronic fence to obtain the conditions of the vehicles, and generate a third operation instruction for controlling the vehicles and/or a third reminding instruction for reminding based on the monitoring results.
The generation module 840 can generate an electronic fence. In some embodiments, the generation module 840 may divide the operating area of the vehicle into a plurality of minimum enclosed areas and determine a minimum electronic fence corresponding to each minimum enclosed area. The minimum closed region may refer to a region whose area is smaller than a preset threshold after division, or may refer to a closed region whose interior does not include a connection line having two or more intersections with all region boundaries. In some embodiments, the generation module 840 may combine multiple minimum electronic fences to generate one or more electronic fences. The generation module 840 may determine whether the minimum enclosed regions corresponding to the two minimum electronic fences have a common boundary. If so, the generating module 840 may determine whether the two minimum closed regions form a new closed region after the common boundary is removed. If it can be composed, the generation module 840 can merge two smallest electronic fences into one electronic fence.
It should be understood that the system and its modules shown in FIG. 8 may be implemented in a variety of ways. For example, in some embodiments, the system and its modules may be implemented in hardware, software, or a combination of software and hardware. Wherein the hardware portion may be implemented using dedicated logic; the software portions may be stored in a memory for execution by a suitable instruction execution system, such as a microprocessor or specially designed hardware. Those skilled in the art will appreciate that the methods and systems described above may be implemented using computer executable instructions and/or embodied in processor control code, such code being provided, for example, on a carrier medium such as a diskette, CD-or DVD-ROM, a programmable memory such as read-only memory (firmware), or a data carrier such as an optical or electronic signal carrier. The system and its modules of the present application may be implemented not only by hardware circuits such as very large scale integrated circuits or gate arrays, semiconductors such as logic chips, transistors, or programmable hardware devices such as field programmable gate arrays, programmable logic devices, etc., but also by software executed by various types of processors, for example, or by a combination of the above hardware circuits and software (e.g., firmware).
It should be noted that the above description is merely for convenience and should not be taken as limiting the scope of the present application. It will be understood by those skilled in the art that, having the benefit of the teachings of this system, various modifications and changes in form and detail may be made to the field of application for which the method and system described above may be practiced without departing from this teachings.
Fig. 9 is an exemplary block diagram of a second processing device shown in accordance with some embodiments of the present application. As shown in fig. 9, the second processing device 900 may include a second acquisition module 910, a communication module 920, and an execution module 930.
The second obtaining module 910 may obtain and report the current location of the vehicle. The current position may be a location position of the vehicle at a current time.
The communication module 920 may receive data. In some embodiments, the communication module 920 may receive an operation instruction and/or a reminder instruction determined based on the current location. The operation instruction comprises a first operation instruction and a second operation instruction, and the reminding instruction can comprise a first reminding instruction and a second reminding instruction. The first operating instruction and/or the first reminder instruction may be determined based on an attribute of an electronic fence in which the current location of the vehicle is located. The second operating instruction and/or second reminder execution can be determined based on an attribute of the electronic fence when the current location of the vehicle is outside the electronic fence. In some embodiments, the communication module 920 may also receive a third operating instruction and/or a third reminder instruction corresponding to the vehicle condition.
The execution module 930 may execute the instructions. In some embodiments, the execution module 930 may control the vehicle and/or alert the vehicle or the user based on the operation instruction and/or the alert instruction. The execution module 930 may control the vehicle to continuously ring, ring for a preset time, broadcast voice, continuously flash the head lamp, flash the head lamp for a preset time, power off, lock the wheel, allow to lock, disallow to lock, allow to return the vehicle, disallow to return the vehicle, charge according to a preset manner, and the like, or a suitable combination thereof. In some embodiments, the execution module 930 may also control the vehicle and/or remind the vehicle or the user based on the third operation instruction and/or the third reminding instruction.
It should be understood that the system and its modules shown in FIG. 8 may be implemented in a variety of ways. For example, in some embodiments, the system and its modules may be implemented in hardware, software, or a combination of software and hardware. Wherein the hardware portion may be implemented using dedicated logic; the software portions may be stored in a memory for execution by a suitable instruction execution system, such as a microprocessor or specially designed hardware. Those skilled in the art will appreciate that the methods and systems described above may be implemented using computer executable instructions and/or embodied in processor control code, such code being provided, for example, on a carrier medium such as a diskette, CD-or DVD-ROM, a programmable memory such as read-only memory (firmware), or a data carrier such as an optical or electronic signal carrier. The system and its modules of the present application may be implemented not only by hardware circuits such as very large scale integrated circuits or gate arrays, semiconductors such as logic chips, transistors, or programmable hardware devices such as field programmable gate arrays, programmable logic devices, etc., but also by software executed by various types of processors, for example, or by a combination of the above hardware circuits and software (e.g., firmware).
It should be noted that the above description is merely for convenience and should not be taken as limiting the scope of the present application. It will be understood by those skilled in the art that, having the benefit of the teachings of this system, various modifications and changes in form and detail may be made to the field of application for which the method and system described above may be practiced without departing from this teachings.
The beneficial effects that may be brought by the embodiments of the present application include, but are not limited to: (1) the virtual electronic fence is used for vehicle management, so that the information such as the number, state, position and flow condition of each section of vehicles in an operation area can be mastered in real time, and intelligent guidance is provided for vehicle release, scheduling, operation and maintenance and user behaviors; (2) the attributes are set for the electronic fence based on different application scenes, so that the operation management efficiency can be improved, and the loss of vehicles sharing the travel system is reduced. It is to be noted that different embodiments may produce different advantages, and in different embodiments, any one or combination of the above advantages may be produced, or any other advantages may be obtained.
Having thus described the basic concept, it will be apparent to those skilled in the art that the foregoing detailed disclosure is to be considered merely illustrative and not restrictive of the broad application. Various modifications, improvements and adaptations to the present application may occur to those skilled in the art, although not explicitly described herein. Such modifications, improvements and adaptations are proposed in the present application and thus fall within the spirit and scope of the exemplary embodiments of the present application.
Also, this application uses specific language to describe embodiments of the application. Reference throughout this specification to "one embodiment," "an embodiment," and/or "some embodiments" means that a particular feature, structure, or characteristic described in connection with at least one embodiment of the present application is included in at least one embodiment of the present application. Therefore, it is emphasized and should be appreciated that two or more references to "an embodiment" or "one embodiment" or "an alternative embodiment" in various places throughout this specification are not necessarily all referring to the same embodiment. Furthermore, some features, structures, or characteristics of one or more embodiments of the present application may be combined as appropriate.
Moreover, those skilled in the art will appreciate that aspects of the present application may be illustrated and described in terms of several patentable species or situations, including any new and useful combination of processes, machines, manufacture, or materials, or any new and useful improvement thereon. Accordingly, various aspects of the present application may be embodied entirely in hardware, entirely in software (including firmware, resident software, micro-code, etc.) or in a combination of hardware and software. The above hardware or software may be referred to as "data block," module, "" engine, "" unit, "" component, "or" system. Furthermore, aspects of the present application may be represented as a computer product, including computer readable program code, embodied in one or more computer readable media.
The computer storage medium may comprise a propagated data signal with the computer program code embodied therewith, for example, on baseband or as part of a carrier wave. The propagated signal may take any of a variety of forms, including electromagnetic, optical, etc., or any suitable combination. A computer storage medium may be any computer-readable medium that can communicate, propagate, or transport a program for use by or in connection with an instruction execution system, apparatus, or device. Program code located on a computer storage medium may be propagated over any suitable medium, including radio, cable, fiber optic cable, RF, or the like, or any combination of the preceding.
Computer program code required for the operation of various portions of the present application may be written in any one or more programming languages, including an object oriented programming language such as Java, Scala, Smalltalk, Eiffel, JADE, Emerald, C + +, C #, VB.NET, Python, and the like, a conventional programming language such as C, Visual Basic, Fortran 2003, Perl, COBOL 2002, PHP, ABAP, a dynamic programming language such as Python, Ruby, and Groovy, or other programming languages, and the like. The program code may execute entirely on the user's computer, partly on the user's computer, as a stand-alone software package, partly on the user's computer and partly on a remote computer or entirely on the remote computer or server. In the latter scenario, the remote computer may be connected to the user's computer through any network format, such as a Local Area Network (LAN) or a Wide Area Network (WAN), or the connection may be made to an external computer (for example, through the Internet), or in a cloud computing environment, or as a service, such as a software as a service (SaaS).
Additionally, the order in which elements and sequences of the processes described herein are processed, the use of alphanumeric characters, or the use of other designations, is not intended to limit the order of the processes and methods described herein, unless explicitly claimed. While various presently contemplated embodiments of the invention have been discussed in the foregoing disclosure by way of example, it is to be understood that such detail is solely for that purpose and that the appended claims are not limited to the disclosed embodiments, but, on the contrary, are intended to cover all modifications and equivalent arrangements that are within the spirit and scope of the embodiments herein. For example, although the system components described above may be implemented by hardware devices, they may also be implemented by software-only solutions, such as installing the described system on an existing server or mobile device.
Similarly, it should be noted that in the preceding description of embodiments of the application, various features are sometimes grouped together in a single embodiment, figure, or description thereof for the purpose of streamlining the disclosure aiding in the understanding of one or more of the embodiments. This method of disclosure, however, is not intended to require more features than are expressly recited in the claims. Indeed, the embodiments may be characterized as having less than all of the features of a single embodiment disclosed above.
Numerals describing the number of components, attributes, etc. are used in some embodiments, it being understood that such numerals used in the description of the embodiments are modified in some instances by the use of the modifier "about", "approximately" or "substantially". Unless otherwise indicated, "about", "approximately" or "substantially" indicates that the number allows a variation of ± 20%. Accordingly, in some embodiments, the numerical parameters used in the specification and claims are approximations that may vary depending upon the desired properties of the individual embodiments. In some embodiments, the numerical parameter should take into account the specified significant digits and employ a general digit preserving approach. Notwithstanding that the numerical ranges and parameters setting forth the broad scope of the range are approximations, in the specific examples, such numerical values are set forth as precisely as possible within the scope of the application.
The entire contents of each patent, patent application publication, and other material cited in this application, such as articles, books, specifications, publications, documents, and the like, are hereby incorporated by reference into this application. Except where the application is filed in a manner inconsistent or contrary to the present disclosure, and except where the claim is filed in its broadest scope (whether present or later appended to the application) as well. It is noted that the descriptions, definitions and/or use of terms in this application shall control if they are inconsistent or contrary to the statements and/or uses of the present application in the material attached to this application.
Finally, it should be understood that the embodiments described herein are merely illustrative of the principles of the embodiments of the present application. Other variations are also possible within the scope of the present application. Thus, by way of example, and not limitation, alternative configurations of the embodiments of the present application can be viewed as being consistent with the teachings of the present application. Accordingly, the embodiments of the present application are not limited to only those embodiments explicitly described and depicted herein.

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1. A control method of a vehicle, characterized by comprising:
acquiring a first position of a vehicle;
determining the electronic fence where the vehicle is located and the attribute of the electronic fence based on the first position;
generating a first operation instruction for controlling the vehicle and/or a first reminding instruction for reminding the vehicle or a user at least based on the attribute of the electronic fence.
2. The method of claim 1, further comprising:
obtaining a second position of the vehicle after a preset time period;
judging whether the second position is positioned outside the electronic fence or not;
and in response to the second position being outside the electronic fence, generating a second operation instruction for controlling the vehicle and/or a second reminding instruction for reminding the vehicle or a user based on the attribute of the electronic fence.
3. The method of claim 1, wherein the attributes of the electronic fence correspond to operational instructions of a vehicle, the operational instructions of the vehicle comprising at least one of:
vehicle ringing, voice broadcast, flashing of headlights, power off, locking, wheel locking, allowing locking, disallowing locking, allowing vehicle return, disallowing vehicle return, toll collection, toll non-toll collection, and toll collection standards.
4. The method of claim 1, wherein the electronic fence is determined based on the following method:
dividing an operating area of the vehicle into a plurality of minimum enclosed areas;
determining a minimum electronic fence corresponding to each minimum closed area;
based on the plurality of smallest electronic fences, one or more electronic fences are generated.
5. The method of claim 4, wherein generating one or more electronic fences based on a plurality of smallest electronic fences comprises:
judging whether the minimum closed areas corresponding to the two minimum electronic fences have a shared boundary or not;
responding to the fact that the minimum closed areas corresponding to the two minimum electronic fences have a shared boundary, and judging whether the two minimum closed areas form a new closed area or not after the shared boundary is removed;
And combining the two minimum electronic fences into a new electronic fence in response to the two minimum closed areas being capable of forming a new closed area.
6. The method of claim 4, wherein generating one or more electronic fences based on a plurality of smallest electronic fences comprises:
and combining two or more adjacent minimum electronic fences with the same attribute to generate one or more new electronic fences.
7. The method of claim 1, further comprising:
monitoring one or more electronic fences;
monitoring a vehicle whose current location is within the monitoring electronic fence to obtain a condition of the vehicle;
and generating a third operation instruction for controlling the vehicle and/or a third reminding instruction for reminding the vehicle or a user based on the monitoring result.
8. A vehicle control method, characterized by comprising:
acquiring and reporting the current position of the vehicle;
receiving an operation instruction and/or a reminding instruction determined based on the current position, wherein the operation instruction comprises a first operation instruction and/or a second operation instruction, and the reminding instruction comprises a first reminding instruction and/or a second operation instruction;
And controlling the vehicle and/or reminding the vehicle or the user based on the operation instruction and/or the reminding instruction.
9. The method of claim 8, wherein the controlling the vehicle comprises at least one of:
the method comprises the following steps of continuously ringing a bell, ringing preset time, broadcasting voice, continuously flashing a headlamp, flashing the headlamp for the preset time, powering off, locking wheels, allowing locking, not allowing locking, allowing returning the vehicle, not allowing returning the vehicle and charging according to a preset mode.
10. The method of claim 8, further comprising:
receiving a third operation instruction and/or a third reminding instruction corresponding to the vehicle condition;
and controlling the vehicle and/or reminding the vehicle or the user based on the third operation instruction and/or the third reminding instruction.
11. A control system of a vehicle is characterized by comprising a first obtaining module, a determining module and a control module; the first acquisition module is used for acquiring a first position of the vehicle;
the determining module is used for determining the electronic fence where the vehicle is located and the attribute of the electronic fence based on the first position;
The control module is used for generating a first operation instruction for controlling the vehicle and/or a first reminding instruction for reminding the vehicle or a user at least based on the attribute of the electronic fence.
12. The system of claim 11, wherein:
the first obtaining module is further used for obtaining a second position of the vehicle after a preset time period;
the determining module is further configured to determine whether the second location is outside the electronic fence;
the control module is further used for responding to the second position located outside the electronic fence, and generating a second operation instruction for controlling the vehicle and/or a second reminding instruction for reminding the vehicle or a user based on the attribute of the electronic fence.
13. The system of claim 11, wherein the attributes of the electronic fence correspond to operational instructions for a vehicle, the operational instructions for the vehicle comprising at least one of:
vehicle ringing, voice broadcast, flashing of headlights, power off, locking, wheel locking, allowing locking, disallowing locking, allowing vehicle return, disallowing vehicle return, toll collection, toll non-toll collection, and toll collection standards.
14. The system of claim 11, further comprising a generation module configured to:
dividing an operating area of the vehicle into a plurality of minimum enclosed areas;
determining a minimum electronic fence corresponding to each minimum closed area;
based on the plurality of smallest electronic fences, one or more electronic fences are generated.
15. The system of claim 14, wherein the generation module is further configured to:
judging whether the minimum closed areas corresponding to the two minimum electronic fences have a shared boundary or not;
responding to the fact that the minimum closed areas corresponding to the two minimum electronic fences have a shared boundary, and judging whether the two minimum closed areas form a new closed area or not after the shared boundary is removed;
and combining the two minimum electronic fences into a new electronic fence in response to the two minimum closed areas being capable of forming a new closed area.
16. The system of claim 14, wherein the generation module is further configured to:
and combining two or more adjacent minimum electronic fences with the same attribute to generate one or more new electronic fences.
17. The system of claim 11, wherein the control module is further configured to: monitoring one or more electronic fences;
monitoring a vehicle whose current location is within the monitoring electronic fence to obtain a condition of the vehicle;
and generating a third operation instruction for controlling the vehicle and/or a third reminding instruction for reminding the vehicle or a user based on the monitoring result.
18. A vehicle control system is characterized by comprising a second acquisition module, a communication module and an execution module;
the second acquisition module is used for acquiring the current position of the vehicle and reporting the current position;
the communication module is used for receiving an operation instruction and/or a reminding instruction determined based on the current position, wherein the operation instruction comprises a first operation instruction and/or a second operation instruction, and the reminding instruction comprises a first reminding instruction and/or a second operation instruction;
the execution module is used for controlling the vehicle and/or reminding the vehicle or the user based on the operation instruction and/or the reminding instruction.
19. The system of claim 18, wherein the controlling the vehicle comprises at least one of: the method comprises the following steps of continuously ringing a bell, ringing preset time, broadcasting voice, continuously flashing a headlamp, flashing the headlamp for the preset time, powering off, locking wheels, allowing locking, not allowing locking, allowing returning the vehicle, not allowing returning the vehicle and charging according to a preset mode.
20. The system of claim 18,
the communication module is further used for receiving a third operation instruction and/or a third reminding instruction corresponding to the vehicle condition;
the execution module is further used for controlling the vehicle and/or reminding the vehicle or the user based on the third operation instruction and/or the third reminding instruction.
21. A control apparatus of a vehicle, characterized in that the apparatus comprises a processor and a memory; the memory is configured to store instructions that, when executed by the processor, cause the apparatus to carry out operations corresponding to the vehicle control method according to any one of claims 1 to 7.
22. A control apparatus of a vehicle, characterized in that the apparatus comprises a processor and a memory; the memory is configured to store instructions that, when executed by the processor, cause the apparatus to carry out operations corresponding to the vehicle control method according to any one of claims 8 to 10.
23. A computer-readable storage medium, characterized in that the storage medium stores computer instructions, and when the computer instructions in the storage medium are read by a computer, the computer executes a method of controlling a vehicle according to any one of claims 1 to 7.
24. A computer-readable storage medium, characterized in that the storage medium stores computer instructions, and when the computer instructions in the storage medium are read by a computer, the computer executes a method of controlling a vehicle according to any one of claims 8 to 10.
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