JP2003309667A - Vehicle emergency reporting system, emergency reporting equipment mounted on vehicle, vehicle emergency reporting control method and program - Google Patents

Vehicle emergency reporting system, emergency reporting equipment mounted on vehicle, vehicle emergency reporting control method and program

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JP2003309667A
JP2003309667A JP2002114855A JP2002114855A JP2003309667A JP 2003309667 A JP2003309667 A JP 2003309667A JP 2002114855 A JP2002114855 A JP 2002114855A JP 2002114855 A JP2002114855 A JP 2002114855A JP 2003309667 A JP2003309667 A JP 2003309667A
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Koichi Ogawa
幸一 小川
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Matsushita Electric Ind Co Ltd
松下電器産業株式会社
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To make it possible for a vehicle occupant having trouble in use of a vehicle emergency reporting system of one-to-one conversation to use the system, and surely perform rescue countermeasure when an occupant loses high consciousness by shock. <P>SOLUTION: The order of priority is imparted to a plurality of address telephone numbers for performing third party communication, which are registered to this emergency reporting equipment 103 mounted on a vehicle. While communication is performed to emergency reporting center equipment 106 in the case of emergency, the plurality of registered address telephone numbers are sent to the center equipment 106, which telephones in the descending order of priority. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2004,JPO

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Detailed Description of the Invention

[0001]

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention connects a mobile communication terminal attached to an on-board device for an emergency call and an emergency call center via a telephone line to prevent an accident or a failure of a vehicle or a disease during driving. The present invention relates to a vehicle emergency call system, an emergency call vehicle-mounted device, a vehicle emergency call control method and a program for making a call to an emergency call center.

[0002]

2. Description of the Related Art In a conventional vehicle emergency call system, as shown in FIG. 5, a mobile communication terminal 101 attached to an emergency call vehicle-mounted device 100 and an emergency call center 102 are connected by a telephone line to prevent an accident or breakdown of a vehicle. Automatically or manually report illness while driving from the in-vehicle device 100 to the emergency call center 10
Call 2. In this case, the detection of a vehicle accident or failure is
This is performed by various sensors (not shown) provided on the vehicle.
In addition, the occupant of the vehicle is notified of an illness while driving by manually operating an emergency switch (not shown) provided on the vehicle.

By detecting an accident of a vehicle by these sensors and automatically calling or manually operating an emergency switch by a vehicle occupant, the vehicle position information and vehicle-specific information are reported to the emergency notification center 102, after which the vehicle is boarded. Communication is performed by voice between the person and the emergency call center 102. As a result, the emergency notification center 102, such as the dispatch of an ambulance, takes appropriate measures. Note that G is used for vehicle position detection.
A position detection device such as PS (Global Positioning System) is used.

[0004]

By the way, in the conventional vehicle emergency call system, the emergency call in-vehicle device 100 is used.
Since the line is connected only to the emergency call center 102, there is a possibility that a calm conversation may not be possible when the person is upset due to an accident or the like, and an appropriate response may not be taken. That is, since the telephone call between the vehicle occupant and the emergency call center 102 is a one-to-one conversation, the elderly and young people, especially those who have fallen unconscious due to the shock of an accident or the vehicle occupant is an interpreter. Appropriate measures may not be taken in cases such as when only foreign languages that require the language are available, or when there are obstacles in the language that the vehicle passenger cannot hear unless they are specific people.

The present invention has been made in view of the above points, and enables a vehicle passenger who has a problem in using the vehicle emergency notification system in a one-to-one conversation to use the emergency notification system. An object is to provide a vehicle emergency call system, an emergency call in-vehicle device, a vehicle emergency call control method, and a program that can take appropriate relief measures even when a person is uncertain about the front and rear due to a shock.

[0006]

A vehicle emergency call system according to claim 1 enables a third party to call a call between an emergency call center and a vehicle-mounted emergency call in-vehicle device via a mobile communication network. In the vehicle emergency call system, the emergency call vehicle-mounted device has a storage unit that prioritizes and stores a plurality of contact telephone numbers for making a third-party call, and the emergency call center in an emergency. A call control means for sending a plurality of contact telephone numbers stored in the storage means to the emergency call center while communicating, the emergency call center being sent from the emergency call vehicle-mounted device. It is characterized by further comprising a call control means for making a call to a third party in order from a plurality of contact telephones having a higher priority.

According to the above construction, the telephone numbers for making a third party call are registered in advance in the emergency call vehicle-mounted device in order of priority, and the registration information is stored in the vehicle position information or the vehicle-specific information at the initial stage of communication. Notify the emergency call center with the information.
Upon receiving the registration information of the third-party call, the emergency call center issues a call for making a third-party call from a telephone number having a high priority. If the line is not connected, call the telephone number with the next priority. Therefore, in a one-on-one conversation, even if a vehicle passenger who has a problem in using the vehicle emergency call system can use the emergency call system, and if he / she is upset due to an accident or the like, the vehicle passenger can interpret. It is possible to provide smooth relief even if you can use only a foreign language that requires the language, or if there is a language obstacle that the vehicle passenger cannot hear unless you are a specific person.

According to another aspect of the vehicle emergency call system of the present invention,
2. The vehicle emergency call system according to claim 1, wherein the call control means of the emergency call center sends a message notifying that this call is a third party call for emergency call when a third party call is connected. To do.

According to the above construction, when a third party call is connected, the third party is informed that the call is an emergency call, so that the response after the call can be carried smoothly.

According to a third aspect of the present invention, in the vehicle emergency call system according to the second aspect, the emergency call center of the emergency call vehicle-mounted device sends the emergency call message to the third party by the emergency call center. Even after that, the line connection state is maintained until the line is disconnected at the emergency call center side.

According to the above configuration, the line connection with the third party is continued until the line is disconnected on the side of the emergency call center, so that the necessary relief measures can be taken to the end.

The vehicle emergency call system according to claim 4 is
4. The vehicle emergency call system according to claim 2 or 3, wherein the transmission control means of the emergency call center disconnects the line on the side of the emergency call in-vehicle device even after sending an emergency call message to the third party. The feature is that the line connection state is maintained until.

According to the above configuration, the line connection with the third party continues until the line is disconnected from either the emergency call center side or the third party side, so that the necessary relief measures can be taken to the end. Becomes

The on-board emergency call device according to claim 5 is an on-board emergency call device that enables a third party to make a call to a call to an emergency call center via a mobile communication network. A storage means (120) for prioritizing and storing a plurality of contact telephone numbers for carrying out the operation, and a plurality of contact telephone numbers stored in the storage means in case of emergency having a high priority. And a call origination control means (119) for making a telephone call in order from.

According to the above configuration, the telephone numbers for the third party call are registered in advance in the emergency call vehicle-mounted device in order of priority, and the third party call is made from the telephone number having the higher priority in an emergency. Make a call. If the line is not connected,
Make a call to the next highest priority phone number. Therefore, in a one-to-one conversation, even an occupant of a vehicle who has a problem in using the vehicle emergency call system can use the emergency call system.
Also, if you are upset by an accident, if the vehicle passenger can only use a foreign language that requires an interpreter, or if the vehicle passenger has a language problem that only a specific person can hear. A smooth relief response can be provided.

The on-board emergency call device according to claim 6 is the on-board emergency call device according to claim 5, wherein the transmission control means makes a call to the emergency call center and at the same time sends the call to a third party on a separate line. Characterized by making a phone call.

According to the above configuration, it is possible to reliably carry out a three-way call between the vehicle occupant, the emergency call center and the third party.

The on-board emergency call device according to claim 7 is the same as the on-board emergency call device according to claim 5 or 6, wherein the transmission control means sets the third call as an emergency call when a third party call is connected. It is characterized by sending a message notifying that the call is a person call.

According to the above configuration, when a third party call is connected, the third party is notified that the call is an emergency, so that the response after the call can be carried smoothly.

The on-board emergency call device according to claim 8 is the on-board device for emergency call according to claim 7, wherein the transmission control means transmits the message of the emergency call to the third party. The feature is that the line connection state is maintained until the line is disconnected by.

According to the above configuration, the line connection with the third party is continued until the line is cut off on the third party side, so that the necessary relief measures can be taken until the end.

The vehicle emergency call control method according to claim 9 is:
A method of controlling a vehicle emergency call that enables a third party to make a call between an emergency call center and a vehicle-mounted emergency call vehicle-mounted device via a mobile communication network. A plurality of contact telephone numbers for making a call are prioritized and registered, and a plurality of contact telephone numbers registered while the emergency call vehicle-mounted device communicates with the emergency call center in an emergency. Is sent to the emergency call center, and the emergency call center may call a plurality of contact telephones sent from the emergency call vehicle-mounted device to a third party in order of priority. Characterize.

According to the above construction, the one-on-one conversation makes it possible for a vehicle passenger who has a problem in using the vehicle emergency call system to use the emergency call system, and feels upset due to an accident or the like. In this case, even if the vehicle passenger can use only a foreign language that requires an interpreter, or the vehicle passenger has a language problem that only a specific person can hear, a smooth relief can be provided.

The vehicle emergency call control method according to the tenth aspect of the present invention is a vehicle emergency call that enables a third party to make a call when a call is made between an emergency call center and a vehicle-mounted emergency call on-vehicle device via a mobile communication network. A control method, wherein a plurality of contact telephone numbers for making a third party call are prioritized and registered in the emergency call vehicle-mounted device, and the emergency call vehicle-mounted device is registered in a plurality of cases when the emergency call vehicle-mounted device is registered. The feature is that the telephone numbers are contacted in descending order of priority.

According to the above-mentioned configuration, even in a one-to-one conversation, even an occupant of a vehicle who has a problem in using the emergency call system of the vehicle can use the emergency call system and feels upset due to an accident or the like. In this case, even if the vehicle passenger can use only a foreign language that requires an interpreter, or the vehicle passenger has a language problem that only a specific person can hear, a smooth relief can be provided.

[0026]

BEST MODE FOR CARRYING OUT THE INVENTION Embodiments of the present invention will be described below with reference to the drawings. (Embodiment 1) FIG. 1 is a block diagram showing an emergency call system according to Embodiment 1 of the present invention. In FIG. 1, the emergency call system according to the present embodiment is an emergency call center device 1 in which a program for making a third party call is incorporated.
06 (see FIG. 3). The emergency call center device 106 is provided in the emergency call center 102, and has a communication function to connect a mobile communication terminal (for example, a mobile phone) 101 attached to the emergency call vehicle-mounted device 103 and the emergency call center 102 with a wireless telephone line. .

The emergency call vehicle-mounted device 103 transfers a plurality of pre-registered telephone numbers for making a third party call to the emergency call center 102 in the event of an emergency such as a vehicle accident, breakdown or illness during driving. The emergency call center 102 calls the plurality of telephone numbers transferred from the emergency call vehicle-mounted device 103 in order of priority while maintaining communication with the emergency call vehicle-mounted device 103.

When the line for the third party call is connected, the emergency call center device 106 sends a message notifying that this call is a third party call of the emergency call. As a result, a third party joins the conversation between the emergency call center 102 and the vehicle occupant. If the line for the third party call is not connected, the next telephone number is called in accordance with the priority order, and if the line is connected, the process proceeds in the same procedure as above. For example, when the mobile communication terminal 104 is first called and cannot be connected, the fixed-line telephone 105 having the next priority is called. If the call cannot be connected even if all the registered telephone numbers are called, the call is repeated again according to the priority order. When the conversation between the emergency call center 102 and the vehicle occupant is completed before the line for the third-party call is connected, the call to the third-party call is also completed at that point.

FIG. 2 is a block diagram showing the configuration of the emergency call vehicle-mounted device 103. In FIG. 2, the emergency call vehicle-mounted device 103 includes a GPS antenna 110 and a GPS receiver 1.
11, position information control unit 112, operation unit 113, display unit 1
14, emergency switch 115, impact sensor 116, airbag sensor 117, sensor interface 118, emergency notification control unit 119, storage unit 120, and interface 1
21 is provided.

The position information control unit 112 includes the GPS receiver 1
The current position of the vehicle is calculated based on the radio wave from the GPS satellite received at 11. The operation unit 113 is for performing various operations for operating the apparatus. In particular, when the vehicle occupant performs an operation of prioritizing and inputting telephone numbers of emergency contacts, the information is stored in the storage unit 120.
Memorized in. The display unit 114 displays the operation status of the device. The emergency switch 115 is operated by an occupant of the vehicle in an emergency, and a switch signal is output by operating the emergency switch 115. The impact sensor 116 detects an impact applied to the vehicle, and outputs a sensor signal when an impact force of a predetermined amount or more is applied to the vehicle body. Airbag sensor 1
Reference numeral 16 detects an operation of an airbag (not shown), and outputs a sensor signal when the airbag operates.

The sensor interface 118 includes the emergency switch 115, the impact sensor 116 and the airbag sensor 1.
The connection between 17 and the main body of the apparatus is performed. The emergency call control unit 119 includes an emergency switch 115 and a shock sensor 11.
6. When any one of the air bag sensor 117 outputs a signal, the mobile communication terminal 101 is operated to start communication with the emergency notification center 102, and the position information of the vehicle and the vehicle-specific information are urgently notified. Send to the center 102. Also,
During communication with the emergency notification center 102, a plurality of contact telephone numbers stored in the storage unit 119 are read and sent to the emergency notification center 102. In this case, priority information is added to the plurality of contact telephone numbers. Interface part 1
Reference numeral 20 connects the mobile communication terminal 101 and the apparatus main body.

Next, FIG. 3 is a block diagram showing the configuration of the emergency notification center device 106. In FIG. 3, the emergency call center device 106 includes an antenna 209 and a wireless communication unit 21.
0, a control unit 211, a storage unit 212, a display unit 213, and a communication control unit 214. The wireless communication unit 210 communicates with the mobile communication terminal 101 via a wireless line. The control unit 211 controls each unit of the device. The storage unit 212 is used in the operation of the control unit 211. The display unit 213 displays the operation status of the device. The communication control unit 214 connects to the telephone circuit network 215.

In the emergency call vehicle-mounted device 103 having the above configuration, when a signal is output from any one of the emergency switch 114, the impact sensor 115 and the airbag sensor 116, the emergency call control unit 119 causes the mobile unit to move. The communication terminal 101 is operated to start communication with the emergency notification center 102, the current position is calculated based on the radio wave from the GPS satellite received by the GPS receiver 111, and the current position is sent to the emergency notification center 102 together with the vehicle-specific information. . Furthermore, the plurality of contact telephone numbers stored in the storage unit 120 are read out, and the emergency call center 10 is read via the mobile communication terminal 101.
Send to 2. In this case, information indicating the priority order is added to each contact telephone number.

The emergency call center device 106 receives the vehicle position information and the vehicle-specific information from the emergency call vehicle-mounted device 103 to specify the current position of the vehicle and the passenger of the vehicle. Furthermore, by receiving a plurality of contact telephone numbers, the third parties are called in order from the one with the highest priority. That is, the first report destination 2
16-1, second report destination 216-2, third report destination 216-
3, ..., Make a call in the order of the nth report destination 216-n.

When the line for the third party call is connected, a message notifying that this call is a third party call for emergency call is sent, and thereafter the three-way call is started. When the line for the third party call is not connected, the next telephone number is called according to the priority order, and when the line is connected, the same procedure as above is performed. If the call cannot be connected even if all the registered telephone numbers are called, the call is repeated again according to the priority order. Further, when the conversation between the emergency call center 102 and the vehicle occupant is completed before the line for the third-party call is connected, the call to the third-party call is completed at that time.

As described above, in the emergency call system according to the present embodiment, a plurality of contact telephone numbers for making a third party call are prioritized and registered in the emergency call in-vehicle device 103 in order to make an emergency call. While communicating with the emergency notification center device 106, the registered plurality of contact telephone numbers are sent to the emergency notification center device 106, and the emergency notification center device 106 makes calls in descending order of priority. This makes it one to one
In the conversation, even if the vehicle passenger who has a problem in using the vehicle emergency call system can use the emergency call system, and if the vehicle passenger is upset due to an accident etc., the vehicle passenger can interpret. Even if only the required foreign language can be used, or if there is a language obstacle that the vehicle passenger cannot hear unless it is a specific person, smooth relief can be provided.

(Second Embodiment) FIG. 4 is a block diagram showing an emergency call system according to a second embodiment of the present invention.
The emergency call system of the present embodiment is configured such that the emergency call vehicle-mounted device 103 makes a third party call via a line 107 or a line 108 different from the line 106 for making a call to the emergency call center 102. That is, the emergency call vehicle-mounted device 103 makes a call to the callees registered by itself in the order of priority. In FIG. 4, the line 107 connects to the mobile communication terminal 104, and the line 108 connects to the fixed telephone. Note that these are not connected at the same time, but either one is connected.

When the line 107 or 108 for the third party call is connected, a message is sent to inform that this call is a third party call for emergency calls. As a result, the third party who received the notification recognizes that an emergency situation has occurred and participates in the conversation between the emergency notification center 102 and the vehicle occupants. The emergency call vehicle-mounted device 103 makes a call to make a three-way call from a telephone number having a high priority. If the line is not connected, call the next telephone number.

By increasing the number of lines that the emergency call vehicle-mounted device 103 can make a call, it is possible to set four or more parties simultaneously. Further, even after the conversation with the emergency call center 102 is completed, it is possible not to disconnect the line having the conversation with the third party. That is, it is possible not to disconnect the line unless either one voluntarily disconnects the line. In this way, the necessary relief measures can be completed until the end.

[0040]

As described above, according to the present invention, it is possible to make a third party call. Therefore, in a one-to-one conversation, even an occupant of a vehicle having a problem in using the vehicle emergency call system can use the emergency call system. It becomes available and when the vehicle passenger is upset due to an accident, when the vehicle passenger can only use a foreign language that requires an interpreter, or the vehicle passenger can hear that he is not a specific person. Even if there is a language problem, it will be possible to provide smooth relief.

[Brief description of drawings]

FIG. 1 is a block diagram showing a configuration of an emergency call system according to a first embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 2 is a block diagram showing a configuration of an emergency call vehicle-mounted device which constitutes the emergency call system of FIG.

FIG. 3 is a block diagram showing a configuration of an emergency call center device that constitutes the emergency call system of FIG.

FIG. 4 is a block diagram showing a configuration of an emergency call system according to a second embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 5 is a block diagram showing a configuration of a conventional emergency call system.

[Explanation of symbols]

101, 104 mobile communication terminals 102 Emergency call center 103 Emergency call in-vehicle device 105 landline phone 110,209 antenna 111 GPS receiver 112 Position information control unit 113 Operation part 114, 213 display 115 emergency switch 116 Impact sensor 117 Airbag sensor 118 Sensor interface section 119 Emergency call control unit 120, 212 storage unit 121 Interface part 210 wireless communication unit 211 Control unit 214 communication control unit

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[Claims]
1. A vehicle emergency call system that enables a third party to call a call between an emergency call center and a vehicle-mounted emergency call vehicle-mounted device via a mobile communication network. Is a storage means for prioritizing and storing a plurality of contact telephone numbers for making a third-party call, and a plurality of storage means stored in the storage means while communicating with the emergency call center in an emergency. A calling control means for sending a contact telephone number to the emergency call center, wherein the emergency call center is set to have a high priority for a plurality of contact telephones sent from the emergency call vehicle-mounted device. A vehicle emergency call system, comprising: a call control means for making a call to a third party in order from.
2. The transmission control means of the emergency call center,
2. The vehicle emergency call system according to claim 1, wherein when the third party call is connected, a message is sent to notify that this call is an emergency call third party call.
3. The transmission control means of the emergency call vehicle-mounted device maintains a line connection state until the line is disconnected on the side of the emergency call center even after the emergency call center transmits an emergency call message to the third party. 3. The vehicle emergency call system according to claim 2, which is continued.
4. The transmission control means of the emergency call center,
4. The vehicle emergency call system according to claim 2 or 3, wherein the line connection state is continued until the line is disconnected on the side of the emergency call vehicle-mounted device even after transmitting the message of the emergency call to the third party.
5. An emergency call vehicle-mounted device that enables a third party to make a call to an emergency call center via a mobile communication network, and a plurality of contact telephones for making a third party call. Storage means for storing the numbers in order of priority; and an outgoing call control means for making a call in order of the plurality of contact telephone numbers stored in the storage means in case of emergency An emergency call vehicle-mounted device characterized by:
6. The emergency call vehicle-mounted apparatus according to claim 5, wherein the transmission control means makes a call to the third party on a separate line at the same time as making a call to the emergency call center.
7. The call control means sends a message notifying that this call is an emergency call third-party call when the third-party call is connected. Emergency call in-vehicle device.
8. The transmission control means continues the line connection state until the line is disconnected on the side of the third party even after transmitting an emergency call message to the third party. Emergency call in-vehicle device.
9. A vehicle emergency call control method that enables a third party to make a call to a call between an emergency call center and a vehicle mounted emergency call vehicle device via a mobile communication network. A plurality of contact telephone numbers for making a third-party call are prioritized and registered in the device, and a plurality of registered contact numbers are registered while the emergency call vehicle-mounted device is communicating with the emergency call center in an emergency. To the third party in order from the one with the higher priority set to the plurality of contact telephones sent from the emergency call vehicle-mounted device. A vehicle emergency call control method characterized by making a telephone call.
10. A vehicle emergency call control method that enables a third party to make a call to a call between an emergency call center and a vehicle-mounted emergency call on-vehicle device via a mobile communication network. A plurality of contact telephone numbers for making a third-party call to the device are prioritized and registered, and in the event of an emergency, the plurality of contact telephone numbers registered with the emergency call vehicle-mounted device are set to a high priority. A method for controlling a vehicle emergency call, characterized in that telephone calls are made in order from the existing ones.
11. A program for controlling an emergency call vehicle-mounted device, which enables a third party to make a call to an emergency call center via a mobile communication network, wherein a computer makes a third party call. Storage means for prioritizing and storing a plurality of contact telephone numbers for storing, and for making an emergency call in the order of priority from a plurality of contact telephone numbers stored in the storage means in case of emergency A program characterized by causing it to function as control means.
12. The calling control means is caused to function to call a third party on a separate line at the same time when the call is made to the emergency call center.
The program described in 1.
13. The call control means is operated to send a message notifying that the call is an emergency call third party call when the third party call is connected. The program according to item 12.
14. The transmission control means is caused to function so as to continue the line connection state until the line is disconnected on the side of the third party even after transmitting an emergency call message to the third party. The program according to claim 13.
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