JP2001312238A - Image display system in train - Google Patents

Image display system in train

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JP2001312238A
JP2001312238A JP2001002150A JP2001002150A JP2001312238A JP 2001312238 A JP2001312238 A JP 2001312238A JP 2001002150 A JP2001002150 A JP 2001002150A JP 2001002150 A JP2001002150 A JP 2001002150A JP 2001312238 A JP2001312238 A JP 2001312238A
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Yoshio Morishita
Mitsuhiro Numata
喜郎 森下
充弘 沼田
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Shinwa Shoji Kk
新和商事株式会社
株式会社エージー
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(57) [Summary] [Problem] It is possible to collect a large amount of information in a train while eliminating the need for troublesome replacement work by hand, and
The point is that the information can be displayed with a high impact. SOLUTION: An image reproducing means 3 for reproducing a still image or a moving image is provided in a specific vehicle 1 of a plurality of connected vehicles 1, and a still image or a moving image output from the image reproducing means 3 is provided. The image means 4 for projecting is displayed on the entire vehicle 1
It is characterized by being prepared for.

Description

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

[0001]

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to an image display system for a train capable of displaying an image in a train formed by connecting a plurality of railway vehicles such as trains and trains.

[0002]

2. Description of the Related Art In addition to product advertisements, a large number of advertisements such as weekly magazines and books, advertisements for sightseeing spots and events along the railway line are attached to the walls and ceilings of trains that are used daily. Have been.

[0003]

However, the above-mentioned advertisement can be mounted only in a limited narrow space such as a wall surface or a ceiling in a train which does not interfere with passengers, so that the number of advertisements to be mounted is limited. there were. For this reason, passengers can only see advertisements in a predetermined field, and in recent years, with the rapid advance of computerization, there is a feeling of being out of date, and passengers have requested improvements.
In addition, in order to replace a large number of attached advertisements with new advertisements, it is necessary to rely on humans, and the replacement operation is troublesome and troublesome. In addition, since such troublesome replacement work cannot be performed frequently, the once replaced advertising matter is attached for a certain period of time, and therefore the amount of information cannot be increased. Met.

In order to increase the amount of information, for example, an advertisement is displayed in characters by using a character display board provided for displaying a destination or an arrival station. Although the display is only text, it is not only impossible to dramatically increase the amount of information compared to the advertising material, but also the advertising power is weak and the above-mentioned inconvenience is sufficiently solved. I could not do it.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION In view of the above situation, the present invention is intended to solve the problem that a large amount of information can be collected in a train and the information has an impact while eliminating troublesome manual replacement work. The point is that it can be displayed in a state.

[0006]

According to the present invention, in order to solve the above-mentioned problems, an image reproducing means for reproducing a still image or a moving image is provided for a specific vehicle among a plurality of connected vehicles. An image display system for a train was established by providing all of the vehicles with video means for displaying a still image or a moving image output from the image reproducing means. By projecting an image with the image means as described above, a lot of space for mounting a large number of advertisements which was conventionally required becomes unnecessary, and not only can the space where the image means can be installed be reduced, A large amount of information can be provided to a passenger by sequentially displaying still images or moving images. Further, since the information transmission means is a still image or a moving image, it is possible to give an impact as compared with an advertisement or a character display. In addition, there is an advantage that a moving image is more likely to remain in the head than a still image, and can have a high impact. In addition to the image, if configured to output audio matching the image,
The impact can be further enhanced.
Further, by replacing or rewriting the image data of the image reproducing means, the information based on the image can be easily and quickly changed, and the work of manually replacing the advertising material as in the related art becomes unnecessary.

The video means provided in the vehicles adjacent in the vehicle connection direction are connected by a cable, and the video means located at the shortest distance from the image reproducing means and the image reproducing means are connected by a cable. In this case, a transmitter / receiver or the like in the case of using the communication method as in claim 3 becomes unnecessary, and when electromagnetic waves are used, other devices are not affected. In addition, all the connecting cables to be used can be formed from the same cable.

[0008] Video means provided in vehicles adjacent to each other in the vehicle connection direction are connected to each other so as to be able to transmit and receive by a transceiver or the like, and a video means located at the shortest distance from the image reproducing means and the image reproducing means are connected by a cable. In the case where the video means between the vehicles are connected by a cable as in claim 2, the cable is made longer so that the movements of the vehicles during traveling can be absorbed, and The trouble of having to route cables between vehicles so as not to be unnecessarily long can be eliminated.

[0009] The image reproducing means is provided with a receiving section for receiving electromagnetic waves so that information such as image data stored in the image reproducing means can be updated via a communication line, so that each train is prepared. The information of the plurality of image reproducing means and the image reproducing means of the plurality of trains can be changed at once via a communication line.

By providing character display means for displaying characters that match the content of a still image or a moving image projected on the video means, an impact can be given as compared with the case of displaying only images.

[0011] A voice output means for outputting a voice corresponding to the content of a still image or a moving image projected on the video means and a guide voice output means for providing a destination guide or a next stop station are provided. Voice switching means for switching between the guidance voice output means and the voice output means so that the voice from the output means is not output during the guidance of the destination from the guidance voice output means or the guidance of the next stop station or the like. By providing, the sound from the guide sound output means that is originally most necessary is not canceled by the sound from the sound output means, and while it can be heard reliably,
The impact can be further given to the passenger by the sound that matches the content of the still image or the moving image.

[0012] By making the image projected by the image means of the specific vehicle of the above-mentioned vehicles different from the image projected by the image means of the remaining other vehicles, the information only needs to be changed by changing the vehicle to be taken. The amount can be increased dramatically.

[0013] Each of the image means is configured as a split type having a plurality of image planes, and by displaying different images on the divided image planes, only necessary information can be obtained in a concentrated manner.

In the case where the train is a railway train, an image projected by the image means within a predetermined time before stopping at the next stop station is transmitted to a plurality of next stops such as stores and tourist attractions around the next stop station. By composing from the station related information and displaying the nearest exit to the store or tourist attraction, etc., it is possible to guide the passengers who want to go to the store or tourist attraction around the next stop station in an easy-to-understand manner, There is an advantage that advertising power can be enhanced, such as giving an urge to go.

[0015] A code is attached to the plurality of next stop station related information, and a display device that can obtain the information for each code is provided at each of the next stop stations so that the user can get down to a desired stop station. The passenger can not only confirm the desired information again, but also obtain detailed information. In addition, by encoding information such as alphabets and numbers, it is possible to easily and quickly obtain desired information simply by inputting the code.

By providing video selection means for selecting images in descending order of importance in accordance with the travel time between the stop stations and displaying an image on the video means, accurate information can be provided to passengers. it can.

[0017] Information such as image data stored in the image reproducing means is divided for each set time zone, and the time for displaying the divided information on the video means in the set time zone. By providing the band control means, it is possible to provide passengers with timely information that matches in time.

[0018] By attaching the image means to the window frame on the upper side of the vehicle, passengers standing in front of the window frame can not only have the vertical position of the image means be very easy to see, but also can display images. A special support frame for the means can be dispensed with. In particular, in the case of a thin image means such as a liquid crystal monitor, the image means does not protrude from the support frame, so that contact with other objects can be reduced, and the support frame can be deformed by the weight of the image means. Absent. In addition, by attaching the image means only to the upper window frame forming a part of the window, it is possible to prevent the function as the window from being greatly impaired.

By providing an image pickup means for picking up an image of the inside of the vehicle, the contents of the picked up image are displayed on the image means so that abnormal situations occurring in the vehicle can be promptly transmitted to passengers and crew members in the vehicle. And the processing (treatment) for the abnormal situation can be quickly performed. or,
Just providing the imaging means can be a deterrent to prevent crime. In addition, the abnormal situation refers to an abnormal situation in the vehicle or an abnormal situation of the vehicle itself, such as an act of molesting, slapping, violence, the occurrence of a suddenly ill person or an injured person, a fire, a vehicle failure, or the like. Point.

By providing a switching means for displaying the contents of the image picked up by the image pickup means on the image means, the contents of the image picked up by the image pickup means can be changed and displayed on the image means when an abnormality occurs.

[0021] By providing imaging content display means for constantly displaying the content of the image captured by the imaging means on the specific video means, a large number of people, such as passengers and crew members, can view the state before the occurrence of the abnormal situation. Can be.

By providing a continuous image storage means for storing all of the contents of the image picked up by the image pickup means as a continuous image (moving image) or an intermittent image storage means for intermittently extracting and storing the imaged contents, The abnormal situation can be stored, and the stored content can be used as evidence for preventing recurrence after the occurrence of the abnormal situation or for an action performed in the vehicle.

[0023] An image pickup means for picking up an image of the inside of the vehicle is provided, and when the train is a railway train, a communication means capable of two-way communication between a crew member in a crew room and a passenger in the car is provided. Thus, the situation of the abnormal situation in the vehicle can be more accurately transmitted to the crew using the communication means.

By connecting the video signal line of the imaging means and the audio communication line of the communication means to a signal path connected to the video means, two lines of a video signal line and an audio communication line are connected. Each transmission path can be shared by a signal path connecting the imaging units.

[0025]

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS FIG. 1 shows a train 2 in which a plurality of (actually, about 10) vehicles 1 operating on a railway track are connected. Here, a case of a subway which mainly operates a railway line underground is shown, but a train such as a train which always operates a railway line above the ground may be used. In addition, a train such as a trolley bus that drives a plurality of vehicles on a road may be used as well as a vehicle that operates on a railroad track.

A flash memory card reproducing device (an example of an image (moving image) reproducing means) is provided in a rear cabin (a driver's cab for a leading vehicle) at a rear end of a vehicle (or a leading vehicle) 1 located at the rear end in the traveling direction. IC card player) 3
As shown in FIG. 2, as shown in FIG. A liquid crystal television 4 as an image means for projecting a moving image is mounted on the upper wall surface of the door, and these liquid crystal televisions 4 and 4 are connected to each other by a cable 5 so that the flash memory card player 3 and the liquid crystal located at the shortest distance therefrom are connected. As shown in FIG. 3, the liquid crystal televisions 4 and 4 between the vehicles 1 and 1 are connected to each other by the cable 5 while being connected to the television 4 by a cable 5, and reproduced from the flash memory card reproducing device 3. The image is configured to be displayed on the liquid crystal television 4 of all vehicles. FIG. 2 shows a case where the flash memory card reproducer 3 is provided not only in the rear vehicle 1 but also in the driver's cab of the leading vehicle 1. Even when one of the flash memory card reproducers 3 is out of order, The other flash memory card player 3
To display a moving image on the liquid crystal television 4. Further, the flash memory card player 3 may be provided in a specific vehicle 1 other than the leading vehicle 1 and the trailing vehicle 1. Reference numeral 6 shown in FIGS. 2 and 3 is an amplifier for compensating the video reproduced from the flash memory card player 3, and reference numeral 7 shown in FIGS. This is a compensator for compensating the transmitted image signal. The cable 5 may be constituted by an optical cable or the like in addition to the coaxial cable.

The liquid crystal television 4 is connected to the vehicle 1 as described above.
In addition to the upper left and right wall surfaces and the upper wall surface of the communication door between the vehicles 1 and 1, as shown in FIG. There is an advantage that any liquid crystal television 4 can be viewed from any position in a crowded vehicle by vertically hanging at a predetermined angle so that the liquid crystal television 4 comes into contact with the liquid crystal television. Alternatively, one vehicle may be provided for each vehicle, and the number of liquid crystal televisions 4 can be freely changed.
Also, by using a light and small liquid crystal television 4,
It can be advantageous in terms of mounting work surface and installation space, but if it displays images,
Anything is fine. In addition, by displaying a moving image as a video, there is an advantage that a high-impact video can be obtained. However, a still image may be continuously displayed.

By attaching the liquid crystal television 4 to the window frame 8 as described above, as shown in FIG. 5, the liquid crystal television 4 fitted into the window frame 8 having a U-shaped cross section is moved from the window frame 8 to the indoor side. There is an advantage that it can be configured so as not to protrude to the outside or the outside of the room. In addition, the window frame 8 does not deform due to weight reduction.

FIGS. 1 to 3 show a case where the liquid crystal televisions 4 and 4 between the vehicles 1 and 1 are connected to each other by the cable 5, but as shown in FIG. Good. In this case, the trouble of wiring the cable 5 is unnecessary, but a set of the transmitter 9 and the receiver 10 and the transmitting / receiving antenna 11 are required. Also, there is an advantage that there is no influence (radio wave interference) on other devices in the subway. Further, as shown in FIG. 7, the connection may be made by a weak radio wave communication method. In this case, the labor of laying the cable 5 is unnecessary as described above, but the set of the transmitter 12 and the receiver 13 and the transmitting / receiving antenna 14 are required. Further, there is an advantage that the image data can be transmitted to each vehicle as it is without amplification. Also, as shown in FIG. 8, the connection may be made by an infrared communication method. In the same manner as described above, the trouble of wiring the cable 5 is unnecessary, but a set of the transmitter 15 and the receiver 16 and the light transmitting / receiving device 17 are required. Also, there is an advantage that there is no influence (radio wave interference) on other devices in the subway.

The image data is changed by artificially replacing the large-capacity IC card of the flash memory card player 3 or the specific train 2 in the garage.
Alternatively, the image data of the flash memory card reproducers 3 of all the trains 2 already in the garage may be changed at once using radio waves. In the case of using radio waves, three cases of FIGS. 9 to 11 are shown, but the present invention is not limited to these methods. FIG. 9 shows a data update method using PHS, and an office 18 for managing video data.
From the PHS or PHS, the PHS antenna 20 in the garage is relayed to one train 2 or all trains 2... Using the communication line (or a dedicated line) of the NTT 19 and provided on the train 2 side by PHS. To an SS antenna (not shown)
The image data of the large-capacity IC card of the flash memory card player 3 is updated via a receiver, a control device, and the like connected to the PHS or SS antenna.
By providing the train 2 with not only a receiver but also a transmitter, image data can be transmitted from a specific train 2 to all the trains 2, and a special (different) train only for a specific train 2 Image data can be sent. Also, FIG.
0 shows a data update method by spread spectrum communication, and a train 2 of one train or a train of all trains is transmitted from an office 18 which manages video data in the same manner as described above, using a communication line of NTT 19 (or a dedicated line). 2, a control device 21 installed in the garage, an SS antenna (not shown) provided on the train 2 side via an SS transmitting / receiving antenna 22, and a receiver and a control device connected to the SS antenna Large capacity I of the flash memory card player 3
The image data of the C card is updated. still,
Similarly to the above, by providing the train 2 with a transmitter as well as a receiver, image data can be transmitted from a specific train 2 to all the trains 2, and a specific train 2
Only special (different) image data can be sent. FIG. 11 shows a data update method using optical communication or weak radio waves, and a communication line (or a dedicated line) of an NTT 19 from an office 18 that manages video data in the same manner as described above.
Of the train 2 of one train or all trains 2... Of the train 2 via the receiving device 23, the control device 24, the optical communication or the weak radio transceiver 25 installed in the garage. The image data is transmitted to a communication or weak radio wave transceiver (not shown) to update the image data of the large capacity IC card of the flash memory card player 3 connected to the optical communication or the weak radio wave transceiver. By providing the train 2 with not only a receiver but also a transmitter in the same manner as described above, image data can be transmitted from a specific train 2 to all trains 2, or only to a specific train 2. Special (different)
Image data can be sent.

Most of the image data to be updated are corporate advertisements, advertisements of local administrative organizations and announcements and public information and railway companies, and advertisements of national administrative organizations and public information, etc., but urgency such as news is required. The configuration is such that emergency information can be transmitted to the passengers. To explain the configuration, as shown in FIG.
A transceiver for receiving emergency information transmitted through a communication line (may be a dedicated line) and transmitting the received emergency information to the train 2 passing the emergency information, for example, a PHS
Alternatively, an SS antenna, an optical communication transceiver, or a weak radio wave transceiver is installed in or near the station yard, and whenever the emergency information is received by the transceiver installed in or near the station yard, the received data is The image data of the large-capacity IC card of the flash memory card player 3 transmitted to the train 2 passing from the transceiver and provided in the train 2 is updated. With this configuration, the passenger can obtain emergency information while getting on the train 2. In actuality, the data is updated by transmitting the advertisement (either the same data or different data) simultaneously with the emergency information in addition to the emergency information. A dedicated IC card or the like may be provided in the vehicle for implementation.

In the case of using the PHS, specifically, as shown in FIG. 12, a PHS antenna 26 already installed in the station premises is used as a receiving antenna for receiving radio waves from NTT. This has the advantage that antenna installation work can be dispensed with. Then, the data transmitted from the PHS antenna 26 is received by the PHS transceiver 27 provided in the train 2, and the data is updated as described above. In the case of using the spread spectrum communication, the optical communication, and the weak radio wave, as shown in FIG. 13, a communication line of the NTT 18 from the office 18 (a dedicated line having a dedicated line already installed on the line or a new line). Data may be sent to each station using a dedicated line installed. Then, the data transmitted to each station is transmitted to the train 2 via the control device 28 and the transceiver 29, and transmitted and received by the transceiver 30 such as an SS antenna or an optical communication transceiver or a weak radio transceiver provided in the train 2. Upon receipt, the data is updated as described above.

FIG. 14 shows a screen 4A of the liquid crystal television 4, in which only one image (still image including moving images or characters) is displayed on the screen 4A. In FIG. 15, the screen 4A is divided into two parts vertically (or left and right), and images having different contents are projected on the two divided parts 4a and 4b. In FIG. 15, the upper part 4a
Although a moving image or a still image is projected on the lower part 4b and a character or the like is projected on the lower portion 4b, both the two parts may be a moving image or a still image or a character or the like. When performing the character display, the display may be scrolled. FIG. 16 shows the screen 4A up and down (or left and right).
And the three divided parts 4a, 4b,
In FIG. 4c, images having different contents are projected. In FIG. 16, three different characters are displayed,
Three different moving images, three different still images, a combination of characters and images, or the like may be displayed. In the case of the character display, scrolling may be performed. Screen 4A
May be divided into four or more.

On the screen 4A of the liquid crystal television 4 provided in the train 2, as shown in FIG. 17, within a predetermined time until the vehicle stops at the next stop station, a store around the next stop station (bookstore in the figure) is displayed. ), Etc., so that the advertising effect can be enhanced. In FIG. 17, screen 4
A is divided into upper and lower parts, a large display device 31 provided on the platform of the station so that a bookstore advertisement is displayed on the upper part 4a and more detailed information can be obtained on the lower part 4b. The number (5 in the figure) stored in (see FIG. 19) is displayed. Therefore, the display device 31 provided when the user gets off the platform of the station.
By pressing the numeric keypad, information (location, detailed contents, etc.) of shops and tourist attractions around the station to be obtained can be obtained as shown in FIG. As described above, there is an advantage that even a person who operates for the first time by operating only the numeric keypad can easily and quickly obtain information to be obtained. Further, if the display device 31 is made to be able to browse a homepage or the like via the Internet by using a communication line (or a dedicated line) of NTT19, further detailed information can be obtained. You can. In addition, it is advantageous in terms of operability that the home page is limited to stores and tourist attractions projected in the train 2, and the home page is displayed only by inputting a desired number. FIG. 18 shows a screen 31A of the display device 31.
A map is displayed at 1a, and an exit number is displayed at a lower portion 31b.

A part or all of the liquid crystal televisions 4 provided in the train 2 may be configured in an interactive destination guidance format, and the screen 4A of the liquid crystal television 4 may be configured in a touch panel type. That is, as shown in FIG. 20, by selecting a destination number on the screen according to the display on the screen and performing a push operation, a stop station name and a map around the stop station can be displayed. It should be noted that, by configuring the screen 4A to be a touch panel type, there is an advantage that downsizing can be achieved as compared with a configuration in which an operation unit having another operation button group is provided. A unit provided with a unit may be used. FIG. 21 shows a specific configuration. By providing the destination display control CPU 32 shown in the figure, the liquid crystal television 4 can be configured in an interactive destination guidance format. Since the other configuration shown in FIG. 21 is the same as that described above (FIG. 2),
The same reference numerals are given and the description is omitted.

Instead of the display device 31, FIG.
As shown in FIG. 2, a bulletin board 33 that displays a guide map around the station provided on the premises of the station may be used. In this case, FIG.
As shown in the figure, the liquid crystal television 4 provided in the train 2
Is displayed on the lower part 4b of the screen 4A. Further, as shown in FIG. 24, a guide map around the station may be displayed on a screen 4A of a specific liquid crystal television 4 provided in the train 2. In this case, for example, the station surrounding guide map of the station A which is the next station to be stopped is stopped at the station A, the door performs the opening and closing operation, and until the departure, the station surrounding guide map of the station A is displayed. From the point of departure from the station A, a station guide map of the next stop station B station may be displayed. Then, by installing the liquid crystal television 4 for displaying the station area guide map near the door as shown in FIG. 25, it is possible to easily see it when getting off or the like.

As described above, the images displayed on the liquid crystal television 4 include, as described above, advertisements such as corporate advertisements, announcements and announcements of local administrative organizations and public information and railway companies, and advertisements of national governmental organizations and public information, as well as news. Although there are flash reports, etc., images other than these images may be used. In addition, the corporate advertisement is required to be performed in corporate activities such as corporate image advertisement, product advertisement, corporate campaign advertisement, product image advertisement, sale advertisement, information on tourist attractions along the railway, advertisement for weekly magazines, magazines, television programs, and the like. All fields are pointing. In addition, the local government agency announcement and publicity information include election guidance, facility guidance near each stop station, tourist information such as famous places and historic sites at each stop station,
News from Congress, notices from the Transportation Bureau and electric railway companies, event information and tourist information around the area (including, for example, cherry blossom newsletters and autumn leaves newsletters), various enlightenment advertisements (for example, Fire Prevention Month,
Traffic safety week, human rights week, etc.), stop information at stop stations and destinations or at stop stations, emergency broadcasts in emergencies, etc.
Refers to general announcements and public relations in local governments.
In addition, the notification and publicity announcements of the governmental organizations in the said country include general announcements and publicity announcements in the governmental administrations of the government, such as notifications of various measures from each ministry and agency, announcements from the government, crime prevention from the National Police Agency, announcements of wanted persons, etc. Pointing to. In addition, the breaking news, news and weather forecasts from newspapers and news agencies,
It refers to news and weather forecast from each TV station.

Broadcasting a sound that matches the video in addition to the image on the liquid crystal television 4 has the advantage that a more impactful advertisement can be performed. This specific configuration is shown in FIG. In other words, the IC card of the flash memory card player 3 has the corporate advertisement 34, the local administrative agency notification 35, and the national administrative agency notification 3
6, a news bulletin 37 and the like are stored, and a time zone control means 3 for displaying information such as advertisements by time zone.
8. Image selection means 39 for switching between an emergency broadcast state in which an emergency broadcast is projected by an output signal from the emergency broadcast and a normal broadcast state in which information such as advertisement is projected, and the video signal output from the video selection means 39 is matched. Voice output means 42 for outputting voice, guidance voice output means 43 for providing voice guidance for a destination or the next stop station, etc., and the voice output when a voice signal is output from the guidance voice output means 43 The audio output means 43 is switched between the audio output means 43 and the audio output means 42 so as to cut off the audio from the means 42, and the signal from the emergency broadcast 41 is output to control the audio switching means 44 for giving priority to the emergency broadcast. A speaker 45 is provided in the device 40 and converts an output signal from the voice switching means 44 into voice. Therefore, when the signal from the emergency broadcast 41 is not output, priority is given to information of high importance, that is, information such as advertisement for each time zone related to the next stop station, in accordance with the travel time of each stop station. In addition to randomly and randomly selecting and displaying other information that is not related to the next stop, such as corporate advertisements, notifications of local government agencies, or notifications of national government agencies, etc. It is configured to play a sound that matches with. When a signal is output from the guidance voice output means 43, the voice of the information is switched to the voice of guidance. or,
When the signal from the emergency broadcast 41 is output, the emergency broadcast image is switched to the emergency broadcast image, and the emergency broadcast is performed from the speaker 45. The time zone control means 38,
Although it is preferable to provide the video selection unit 39 and the audio switching unit 44, they may not be provided. The information having a high degree of importance may be information such as a news flash report in addition to information such as an advertisement for each time zone related to the next stop station as described above.

The broadcast contents for each time zone will be described in detail. For example, in the morning, the news is broadcast mainly on the news and other media, in the afternoon, mainly on business-related advertisements and public relations, and in the evening, food and drink are displayed. By airing mainly at stores and at night, mainly by hangover medicines and enhancers, it is possible to attract passengers. In addition to the time zone, the broadcast content can be changed according to the day of the week. For example, on weekdays, broadcasts related to business, on holidays, mainly broadcasts aimed at vacationers, and on the day before holidays, mainly broadcasts that incorporate a lot of event information such as amusement parks and theme parks. May be performed.

FIG. 27 shows a notification system for an abnormal situation in the vehicle.
A CCD camera 46 is provided as an image pickup means for picking up an image of the inside of the vehicle 1, and an emergency push button switch (snap switch) as a switching means for displaying the image picked up by the CCD camera 46 on the image means 4. May be provided) 47, an abnormal situation occurs,
When the switch 47 is pressed, the pressed switch 47
The contents displayed on the specific video means 4 corresponding to (the specific video means 4 corresponding to the pressed switch 47, or the video means 4 in the vicinity or the video means 4 of the whole vehicle 1) may be displayed. CCD installed on the upper part of the image means 4
It is configured to be able to switch to the video content in the vehicle captured by the camera 46. The CCD camera 4
Although the image content display means for displaying the content of the image captured at 6 is also used as the image means 4, the image means comprising another display or the like may be used. Also, the CC
As shown in FIG. 27, the D camera 46 is installed at the upper end of the image unit 4 (any position near the image unit 4 may be used) and has a wide-angle lens with a large angle of view and an angle of view of 180 degrees or more. It is preferable that a lens such as a fish-eye lens capable of taking a wide area is provided. Further, by installing the same number of CCD cameras 46 in almost the same place corresponding to all the image means 4, it is possible to easily specify the imaged place. The CCD camera 46 may be installed at a place, and the number of the CCD cameras 46 may be set to be larger or smaller than the number of the image means 4. The switch 47 is disposed below the video unit 4 (any position near the video unit may be used), and a voice made up of a small microphone and a speaker is provided below the casing 48 provided with the switch 47 at the top. An input / output unit 50 is provided, and an audio communication line (not shown) of the audio input / output unit 50 and a video signal line (not shown) of the imaging unit 46 are connected to the video unit 4. By connecting to a route (not shown) and configuring a communication means capable of bidirectional voice communication between the crew in the crew cabin 49 and the passenger in the vehicle 1, when an abnormal situation occurs, Although the situation can be more accurately transmitted to the crew using not only images but also communication means, the communication means may be omitted. As described above, the audio communication line (not shown) of the audio input / output unit 50 and the video signal line (not shown) of the imaging unit 46 are connected to the signal path (not shown) connected to the video unit 4.
In addition to making the connection work between the audio communication line and the video signal line unnecessary, the wiring work for pulling the end of each line to the crew compartment 49 can be made unnecessary. There are advantages that can be.

In the crew cabin 49, a display device 51 such as a display for displaying an image projected by the specific image means 4 (when the image is projected by a plurality of image means 4, the It is also possible to provide a configuration in which the user can select and display a specific image means 4 in which the video is sequentially switched and viewed or the abnormal situation is most easily confirmed when viewed on the split screen at a time). Is displayed, it is displayed whether or not an abnormal situation has occurred in the vehicle 1 of both eyes (it is even better if it is possible to display the location (place) in the vehicle where the abnormal situation has occurred). With this configuration, accurate and prompt responses can be made. Reference numeral 52 shown in FIG. 27 denotes an IC card player such as the flash memory player, and a control device for the player and the display device 51. Also, FIG.
Reference numeral 53 shown in FIG. 7 indicates a transmitting / receiving device such as a PHS antenna, an optical communication transceiver, or a weak radio wave transceiver, and updates data by using electromagnetic waves as described above. The crew room 49 includes a driver's cab of the leading vehicle 1 and a conductor's room of the tail vehicle 1, and it is preferable to provide a display device 51 for all of them. However, at least one crew room is provided with a display device. May be. Also, in the crew room 49,
A continuous image storage unit (not shown) is provided for storing as a continuous image all the imaged contents captured by one or a plurality of specific imaging units 46 displaying an abnormal situation, but may be omitted. As the continuous image storage means, VTR, DVD,
Other storage media can be used in addition to the IC card (the case where voice is not stored). The imaging means 4
Storing all the imaged contents (including contents that are not abnormal situations) taken in step 6 has the advantage that abnormal situations can be reliably stored. However, in terms of storage capacity and the like, intermittent imaging is performed. The contents may be extracted and stored. In addition to storing the imaged content as a moving image for a predetermined time at regular or irregular times, a still image may be stored periodically or irregularly. The other components shown in FIG. 27 are the same as those described above, and thus are denoted by the same reference numerals and description thereof will be omitted.

To explain the notification system having the above-described configuration, when an abnormal situation occurs in the vehicle 1, one of the passengers pushes the emergency push button switch 47. When the emergency push button switch 47 is pressed, the imaging means 46 corresponding to the switch is started and the imaging means corresponding to the imaging means 46 or the imaging means 4 of all (or a part of) the entire vehicle 1 is displayed. Specific imaging means 4 for imaging an abnormal situation
Change to the imaged content from No. 6 and project. Also, crew room 4
When the emergency push button switch 47 is pressed, a notification device such as a buzzer informs the user of the emergency push button switch 9 and also displays the image captured by the specific image capturing device 46 on the display device 51 of the crew cabin 49. At the same time, by displaying the location of the occurrence of the abnormal situation (how many eyes) on the display device 51 (or another dedicated display device), the crew can fully understand the situation and respond to (treat) the abnormal situation. Can be. At this time, the abnormal situation may be automatically or manually recorded by the continuous image storage means, and the recorded image may be used as circumstantial evidence or used for studying measures to prevent the recurrence of the abnormal situation.
When it is difficult for the crew member to understand only from the information from the display device 51, the crew member may communicate with the passenger in the vehicle 1 in two ways by voice as described above.

In the above notification system, the case where the imaging means 46 is started by pressing the emergency push button switch 47 has been described.
The case where is always operated will be described. A specific or all of the imaging units 46 are constantly operated, and all of the imaging contents are recorded in the continuous image storage unit as continuous images (which may be regular or irregular still images). I do. When an abnormal situation occurs in the vehicle 1, one of the passengers pushes the emergency push button switch 47. When the emergency push button switch 47 is pressed, a notice such as a buzzer is sent to the crew compartment 49 and the display device 51 of the crew compartment 49 displays the image taken from the imaging means 46 corresponding to the switch 47. At this time, if it is difficult to understand the content of the image picked up by the image pickup means 46, it is necessary to switch to another image pickup means 46 in which the abnormal situation is easily understood. At the same time, the location of the occurrence of the abnormal situation (how many eyes) is displayed on the display device 51
By displaying the information on the display device (other display devices may be used), the crew can sufficiently understand the situation such as specifying the place of occurrence, etc., and can promptly and appropriately deal with (treat) an abnormal situation. . In addition, the crew member has the display device 51.
If it is difficult to understand only from the information from the driver, the crew may communicate with the passenger in the vehicle 1 in two directions by voice depending on the situation. In addition, by recording the imaged contents as continuous images in the continuous image storage means as described above, the recorded images can be effectively used as circumstantial evidence or for studying measures to prevent the recurrence of abnormal situations. .

[0044]

According to the first aspect, by projecting an image by the image means, a lot of space for mounting a large number of advertisements, which has been conventionally required, becomes unnecessary, and the image means can be installed. In addition to reducing the space that can be used, by displaying still images or moving images sequentially, it is possible to provide a large amount of information to passengers and to give passengers an impact compared to conventional advertisements and character display. Can be. If a configuration is adopted in which sound that matches the image is output in addition to the image, there is an advantage that the impact can be further enhanced.
Further, by replacing or rewriting the image data of the image reproducing means, the information based on the image can be easily and quickly changed, and the work of manually replacing the advertising material as in the related art becomes unnecessary.

According to the second aspect, the video means provided in the vehicles adjacent to each other in the vehicle connection direction are connected by a cable, and the video means and the image reproduction means located at the shortest distance from the image reproduction means are connected by the cable. The connection eliminates the need for a transceiver or the like in the case of the communication method as in claim 3, which is advantageous in terms of equipment costs, and that when electromagnetic waves are used, other equipment is affected. And can be used well. In addition, since all the connecting cables to be used are made of the same cable, it is more advantageous in terms of cost.

According to the third aspect, video means provided in vehicles adjacent to each other in the vehicle connection direction are connected to each other so as to be able to transmit and receive by a transceiver, and the video means located at the shortest distance from the image reproducing means and the image reproducing means. By connecting the means to each other with a cable, when connecting the video means between the vehicles with a cable as in claim 2, the cable is lengthened so that the movement of each vehicle during traveling can be absorbed. In addition, it is possible to eliminate the need for arranging cables between vehicles so as not to be unnecessarily long, which is advantageous in terms of construction.

According to the present invention, the image reproducing means is provided with a receiving section for receiving electromagnetic waves so that information such as image data stored in the image reproducing means can be updated via the communication line. , Information of a plurality of image reproducing means provided for each train and image reproducing means of a plurality of trains,
It can be changed all at once via a communication line, and is significantly more advantageous in terms of handling as compared with the case where the image data of the image reproducing means is replaced.

According to the fifth aspect, by providing a character display means for displaying a character corresponding to the content of a still image or a moving image projected on the video means, an impact is provided as compared with the case of performing only an image. Can enhance the advertising effect.

According to the present invention, a voice output means for outputting a voice corresponding to the contents of a still image or a moving image projected on the video means and a guide voice output for providing a destination guide or a next stop station or the like. Means for switching between the guidance voice output means and the voice output means so that the voice from the voice output means is not output while the destination guidance from the guidance voice output means or the guidance of the next stop station or the like is performed. By providing the voice switching means, the sound from the guidance voice output means, which is originally most necessary, is not canceled out by the voice from the voice output means, and can be reliably heard, but the content of the still image or the moving image can be heard. The passengers can be further impacted by voices that match the above, and the advertising effect can be enhanced.

According to the seventh aspect, the image projected by the image means of the specific vehicle of all the vehicles is made different from the image projected by the image means of the remaining other vehicles, so that the vehicle to be occupied is made different. The amount of information can be drastically increased only by changing, and it is particularly useful in recent years when the amount of information is large.

According to the eighth aspect, each image means is constituted in a divided type having a plurality of image planes, and different images are projected on the divided image planes, so that only necessary information is obtained in a concentrated manner. Required information can be obtained efficiently.

According to the ninth aspect, when the train is a railway train, an image projected by the image means within a predetermined time before stopping at the next stop station is displayed at a store, a tourist attraction, or the like around the next stop station. It is composed of a plurality of information related to the next stop, and by displaying the nearest exit to the store or tourist attraction, etc., it is possible to easily guide the passengers who want to go to the store or the tourist attraction around the next stop. There is an advantage that the advertising power can be enhanced, for example, by giving an urge to go.

According to the tenth aspect, the next stop station related information is provided with a code, and by providing a display device capable of obtaining information for each code at the stop station, it is possible to get to the desired stop station. The passenger can not only confirm the desired information again, but also obtain detailed information. In addition, by encoding information such as alphabets and numerals, it is possible to easily and quickly obtain desired information simply by inputting the code, which is advantageous in operability.

According to the eleventh aspect, by providing video selection means for selecting images having higher importance in accordance with the traveling time between stations and displaying an image on the video means, accurate information can be provided to the passenger. Can be provided, and the advertising power can be dramatically improved.

According to the twelfth aspect, information such as image data stored in the image reproducing means is divided for each set time zone, and the divided information is divided by the video means in the set time zone. By providing the time zone control means for projecting, it is possible to provide timely information that matches the time to the passengers, and it is possible to dramatically improve the advertising power.

According to the thirteenth aspect, by attaching the image means to the window frame on the upper side of the vehicle, a passenger standing in front of the window frame has a height at which the vertical position of the image means is very easy to see. In addition, not only can the advertising power be improved, but a special support frame for the video means can be dispensed with, which is advantageous in terms of cost. In particular, in the case of a thin image means such as a liquid crystal monitor, the image means does not protrude from the support frame, so that contact with other objects can be reduced, and the support frame can be deformed by the weight of the image means. Therefore, the existing support frame can be used as it is without performing any processing such as reinforcement.

According to the fourteenth aspect, by providing an image pickup means for picking up an image of the inside of the vehicle, the contents of the picked up image are displayed on the image means so that an abnormal situation occurring in the vehicle can be recognized by a passenger or crew member in the vehicle. Can be transmitted promptly, and processing (treatment) for the abnormal situation can be performed promptly and accurately. In addition, the provision of the image pickup means alone serves as a deterrent to prevent crime beforehand, which can be very useful.

According to the fifteenth aspect, by providing the switching means for displaying the imaged content picked up by the imaging means on the video means, the imaged content picked up by the imaging means and switched only when an abnormality occurs is displayed on the video means. Since the image can be displayed, the running cost can be reduced as compared with the case where the content of the image captured by the image capturing means is constantly displayed.

According to the sixteenth aspect, by providing an imaging content display means for constantly displaying the imaging content taken by the imaging means on the specific video means, the condition before the occurrence of the abnormal situation can be checked by a passenger, a crew member, or the like. It can be seen by many people and has the effect of deterring illegal activities (such as molesting, slurping, violence, etc.) in the vehicle.

According to the seventeenth aspect, a continuous image storage means for storing all of the contents of the image picked up by the image pickup means as a continuous image (moving image) or an intermittent image storage means for intermittently extracting and storing the imaged contents Is provided, the abnormal situation can be memorized, and the stored contents can be used as useful information for preventing recurrence after the occurrence of the abnormal situation or as evidence for actions performed in the vehicle. .

According to the eighteenth aspect, an imaging means for imaging the inside of the vehicle is provided, and when the train is a railway train, the crew in the crew room and the passengers in the vehicle can communicate bidirectionally. By providing the communication means, the situation of the abnormal situation in the vehicle can be more accurately transmitted to the crew, and more accurate and quicker treatment (processing) can be performed.

According to the nineteenth aspect, by connecting the video signal line of the imaging means and the audio communication line of the communication means to the signal path connected to the video means, the transmission path of the two lines is imaged. The means can be shared by the signal paths connecting the means, which is advantageous in terms of construction and cost.

[Brief description of the drawings]

FIG. 1 is a partially omitted side view of a train equipped with a liquid crystal television.

FIG. 2 is a partially omitted plan view of a train equipped with a liquid crystal television.

FIG. 3 is a side view showing a connection method for connecting liquid crystal televisions between trains.

FIG. 4 is a side view showing a mounting portion of the liquid crystal television in the train.

FIG. 5 is a cross-sectional plan view of the liquid crystal television attached to the window frame.

FIG. 6 is a side view showing another connection method for connecting liquid crystal televisions between trains.

FIG. 7 is a side view showing another connection method for connecting liquid crystal televisions between trains.

FIG. 8 is a side view showing another connection method for connecting liquid crystal televisions between trains.

FIG. 9 is an explanatory diagram showing an image data updating method according to the PHS method.

FIG. 10 is an explanatory diagram illustrating an image data updating method using a spread spectrum communication method.

FIG. 11 is an explanatory diagram showing an image data updating method using optical communication or a weak current method.

FIG. 12 is an explanatory diagram showing a method of updating image data by the PHS method when an emergency is required.

FIG. 13 is an explanatory diagram showing an image data updating method using a spread spectrum communication method, an optical communication method, or a weak current method when an emergency is required.

FIG. 14 is a front view of the liquid crystal television showing a state where only one image is being broadcast.

FIG. 15 is a front view of the liquid crystal television showing a state where two images are being broadcast.

FIG. 16 is a front view of the liquid crystal television showing a state where three images are being broadcast.

FIG. 17 is a front view of the liquid crystal television showing an example of display in the vehicle.

FIG. 18 is a front view of the display device showing an example of display.

FIG. 19 is a plan view of a station platform on which a display device is installed.

FIG. 20 is an explanatory diagram showing a special use of the liquid crystal television.

FIG. 21 is a schematic plan view of a train incorporating a destination display control CPU.

FIG. 22 is a front view of a map bulletin board.

FIG. 23 is a front view of the liquid crystal television for guiding the location of the map bulletin board.

FIG. 24 is a front view of the liquid crystal television displaying the station area guide map.

FIG. 25 is a side view of the inside of the train showing the mounting position of the liquid crystal television displaying the station area guide map.

FIG. 26 is a control block diagram.

FIG. 27 is a schematic explanatory diagram of a notification system configured by arranging an imaging unit, a crew room display device, and the like.

[Explanation of symbols]

 Reference Signs List 1 vehicle 2 train 3 flash memory card player 4 LCD TV (video means) 4A screen 4a, 4b, 4c part 5 cable 6 amplifier 7 compensator 8 window frame 9 transmitter 10 receiver 11 antenna 12 transmitter 13 receiver 14 Antenna 15 Transmitter 16 Receiver 17 Transmitting and receiving device 18 Office 19 NTT 20 PHS antenna 21 Controller 22 SS antenna 23 Receiving device 24 Controller 25 Transceiver 26 PHS antenna 27 PHS transceiver 28 Control device 29 Transceiver 30 Receiving device 31 Display device 31A Screen 31a, 31b part 32 Destination display control CPU 33 Bulletin board 34 Corporate advertisement 35 Notification of local government agency 36 Notification of national government agency 37 News bulletin 38 Time zone control means 39 Video selection means 40 Control device 41 Emergency broadcast 42 Voice output means 43 Guide voice output 44 Voice switching means 45 Speaker 46 CCD camera 47 Emergency push button switch (switch 48) Casing 49 Crew cabin 50 Voice input / output unit 51 Display device 52 Control device 53 Transmitter / receiver

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    [Claims]
  1. An image reproducing means for reproducing a still image or a moving image in a specific vehicle among a plurality of connected vehicles, and for displaying a still image or a moving image output from the image reproducing means. An image display system for a train, wherein an image means is provided in all the vehicles.
  2. 2. A video means provided in a vehicle adjacent in the vehicle connection direction is connected by a cable, and the video means located at the shortest distance from the image reproducing means and the image reproducing means are connected by a cable. The train image display system according to claim 1.
  3. 3. An image means provided in vehicles adjacent to each other in the vehicle connection direction so as to be able to transmit and receive by means of a transceiver or the like, and the image means located at the shortest distance from the image reproducing means and the image reproducing means. The image display system in a train according to claim 1, wherein the image display system is connected by a cable.
  4. 4. The apparatus according to claim 1, wherein said image reproducing means includes a receiving section for receiving an electromagnetic wave so that information such as image data stored in said image reproducing means can be updated via a communication line. Image display system in the described train.
  5. 5. An image display system for a train according to claim 1, further comprising character display means for displaying characters matching the contents of a still image or a moving image projected on said video means.
  6. 6. An audio output means for outputting a voice corresponding to the contents of a still image or a moving image projected on said video means, and a guidance audio output means for providing a destination guide or a next stop station, etc., Voice for switching between the voice output means and the voice output means so that the voice from the voice output means is not output while the destination voice from the voice voice output means or the guidance of the next stop station is provided. The image display system for a train according to claim 1, further comprising switching means.
  7. 7. An image display in a train according to claim 1, wherein an image projected by the image means of a specific vehicle among the all vehicles is made different from an image projected by the image means of the remaining other vehicles. system.
  8. 8. The train image display system according to claim 1, wherein each of said image means is configured as a split type having a plurality of image planes, and projects different images on said divided image planes.
  9. 9. When the train is a railway train, an image projected by the image means within a predetermined time before stopping at the next stop station is displayed on a plurality of stores, such as stores and tourist attractions around the next stop station. 2. The train image display system according to claim 1, comprising information related to the next stop, and displaying the nearest exit to the store, tourist attraction, or the like.
  10. 10. The plurality of next stop stations related information is provided with a code, and each of the next stop stations is provided with a display device capable of obtaining the information for each code. Image display system for trains.
  11. 11. An image display in a train according to claim 9, further comprising an image selecting means for selecting an image in descending order of importance in accordance with the traveling time between said stop stations and displaying an image on said image means. system.
  12. 12. A method for dividing information such as image data stored in said image reproducing means for each set time period, and displaying said divided information on said image means in said set time period. The image display system for a train according to claim 1, further comprising a time zone control unit.
  13. 13. An image display system for a train according to claim 1, wherein said image means is attached to an upper window frame of said vehicle.
  14. 14. The train image display system according to claim 1, further comprising an image pickup means for picking up an image of the inside of the vehicle.
  15. 15. An image display system in a train according to claim 14, further comprising switching means for projecting the image taken by said imaging means on said video means.
  16. 16. An image display system for a train according to claim 14, further comprising: an imaged content display means for constantly displaying the imaged image picked up by said imager means on said specific video means.
  17. 17. The apparatus according to claim 14, further comprising a continuous image storage means for storing the imaged content captured by said imaging means as a continuous image or an intermittent image storage means for intermittently extracting and storing the imaged content. Image display system for trains.
  18. 18. An image pickup means for picking up an image of the inside of a vehicle, wherein when the train is a railway train, a communication means capable of two-way communication between a crew member in a crew room and a passenger in the vehicle. The image display system for a train according to claim 1, wherein the system is provided.
  19. 19. An image display system in a train according to claim 18, wherein a video signal line of said imaging means and a voice communication line of said communication means are connected to a signal path connected to said video means.
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