JP2009015370A - Asset maintenance management device - Google Patents

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JP2009015370A
JP2009015370A JP2007173076A JP2007173076A JP2009015370A JP 2009015370 A JP2009015370 A JP 2009015370A JP 2007173076 A JP2007173076 A JP 2007173076A JP 2007173076 A JP2007173076 A JP 2007173076A JP 2009015370 A JP2009015370 A JP 2009015370A
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Akihiko Enomoto
Yasuyuki Sakaguchi
昭彦 榎本
恭行 阪口
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[PROBLEMS] To make effective use of information such as earthquake early warnings, support the maintenance of assets that are not usually available, mainly for human life protection and rescue, and minimize the damage.
An emergency earthquake information system receiver 30 receives an earthquake early warning based on earthquake detection by seismometers arranged in various places. The earthquake analysis processing unit 64 analyzes the earthquake early warning when receiving the earthquake early warning. Based on the analysis result, the maintenance countermeasure extraction processing unit 66 extracts the maintenance items stored in the transaction database 62 to be executed. The asset maintenance processing unit 68 generates information for starting at least the execution of the extracted maintenance items. The information is distributed to a trading company server device or the like via the distribution processing unit 38 and the network 1, and a request such as purchase or sale of an asset is made to the trading company.
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  The present invention relates to an asset maintenance management apparatus that supports countermeasures for users to preserve their assets in order to suppress damage at the occurrence of an earthquake, and in particular, effectively utilizes information such as emergency earthquake bulletins. The present invention relates to an asset conservation management device that supports asset conservation that is not usually available, mainly for human life protection and rescue, and can minimize the damage.

  Since the P wave of the earthquake propagates ahead of the S wave that causes more damage than this, in Patent Document 1, for example, as shown in FIG. 2, the arrival of the earthquake is detected by detecting the initial motion of the P wave of the earthquake. A technique is disclosed in which alarm information for warning is generated and the alarm information is transmitted to an operator or an individual via any network such as the Internet or a public line network. In this way, human and property damage is minimized.

  In addition, when information is distributed to a customer, there is a problem that the setting to be performed by the customer becomes complicated in order to select the information to be distributed. Furthermore, there is a problem of mismatch between information that the customer desires to be distributed and information that is actually distributed. In Patent Document 2, while making such a setting easy, it is possible to effectively distribute necessary and sufficient information that a customer desires to be distributed so that the mismatch does not occur based on the setting. . In FIG. 1, the presence / absence of information distribution is selected in combination from the distance from the disaster and the disaster level, so that necessary and sufficient distribution is performed.

  The Earthquake Early Warning service, which will be expanded to the public by the Japan Meteorological Agency in the future, immediately after the occurrence of the earthquake, analyzes the observation data captured by the seismometer near the epicenter and analyzes the epicenter and earthquake. The scale (magnitude) is immediately estimated, and the arrival time and seismic intensity of major motions in each region are estimated based on this, and these are reported as emergency earthquake warnings as quickly as possible.

  As described in Patent Document 1, conventionally, the arrival of an earthquake was detected by detecting the initial motion of the P wave of the earthquake. According to such an emergency earthquake warning, an earthquake occurred earlier based on the seismometer near the epicenter. The arrival can be notified.

  Patent Document 3 discloses a technique for improving the real-time property of such an emergency earthquake warning and providing earthquake information that is highly effective for the user. In Patent Document 3, the earthquake information distribution server converts the format of this emergency earthquake information and transmits it to the mobile communication terminal. On the other hand, when receiving this, the mobile communication terminal first displays emergency earthquake information as the first report. Next, the current position of the mobile communication terminal is detected, and based on this current position and the above-mentioned emergency earthquake information, the seismic intensity scale at the current position, the margin time until the main motion arrives, and the convergence time of the main motion are calculated. The prediction results are displayed as the second and third reports.

  Moreover, in patent document 4, when a disaster occurrence area is detected, the information terminal located in a disaster occurrence area is detected, and the safety confirmation signal which confirms the safety of the owner is transmitted with respect to this. In addition, if the owner of the information terminal operates in response to the safety confirmation signal, a response signal is returned, so that the safety of the owner of the information terminal is determined based on the response signal. ing.

  Next, in Patent Document 5, the above-mentioned emergency earthquake warning is used to stop the elevator at the optimum floor before the main motion arrives. As shown in FIG. 5 and the like, when the earthquake early warning is received, the main motion arrival time and the measured seismic intensity equivalent value at the elevator installation position are calculated, for example, the elevator car is appropriately lowered and stopped at the altitude closest to the ground, etc. , Stop at the optimal floor, and evacuate passengers safely.

Japanese Patent No. 3890366 (FIG. 2) JP 2002-288202 A (FIG. 1) JP 2007-47936 A (FIG. 6) JP 2006-235894 A (FIG. 3) JP 2006-143354 A (FIG. 5)

  However, Patent Documents 1 to 4 merely transmit earthquake occurrence information. Therefore, in order for users to maintain their assets, human factors are at the center, that is, disaster management such as making decisions and executing them while further communicating the transmitted information among concerned parties, and prompt and accurate. It becomes difficult to deal with. Of course, when an earthquake occurs, lifesaving and rescue are the focus. Therefore, the actual situation is that the maintenance of the assets targeted by the present invention is left untouched.

  Further, the above-mentioned Patent Document 5 is only for elevator control, and simply lowers or stops the elevator car in response to the reception of an emergency earthquake warning. On the other hand, the maintenance of assets targeted by the present invention is diverse and complicated, and the contents of the countermeasure can be flexibly changed, or human judgment can be appropriately interposed. There is also a need to do.

  Here, when maintaining assets in the event of a disaster, various information transmissions are important. However, in Patent Documents 1 to 4 described above, a sentence of information in a specific language is read by a portable terminal or the like. Is the premise. Therefore, there is a problem in that foreigners such as foreigners cannot understand the information distributed and provided.

  Due to the rapid globalization of society, the number of foreigners visiting Japan for business and tourism is also increasing. In recent years, there are many foreigners coming from neighboring countries such as Korea, China and Taiwan. Furthermore, there are individuals and companies in foreign countries who have assets that need to be preserved in the event of a disaster such as an earthquake in Japan.

  The present invention has been made to solve the above-mentioned conventional problems, and effectively utilizes information such as earthquake early warnings, and supports asset maintenance that is not usually available mainly for human life protection and rescue. An object of the present invention is to provide an asset maintenance management apparatus that minimizes the damage.

  The present invention is an asset maintenance management device for supporting measures for a user to protect their assets in order to suppress damage when an earthquake occurrence is detected. A transaction database for storing information indicating maintenance items to be maintained, a receiving unit for receiving earthquake early warning based on earthquake detection by seismometers arranged in various places, and the earthquake early warning when receiving the earthquake early warning At least start the execution of the extracted seismic analysis unit, the seismic analysis processing unit that analyzes the maintenance item, the maintenance countermeasure extraction processing unit that extracts the maintenance item stored in the transaction database to be executed based on the analysis result The above-mentioned problem is solved by providing an asset maintenance processing unit.

  Moreover, in the above asset maintenance management device, it is also used to suppress damage to its own assets when detecting the occurrence of an earthquake, and information indicating a language understandable by the user, information for recognizing or estimating the current location Necessary for users to suppress damage to their assets in the distribution database that stores the information indicating the distribution destination of the maintenance guidance distribution information used by the user and the earthquake bulletin received by the receiving unit By providing supplementary information and an editing processing unit for editing, and a distribution processing unit for distributing the editing information as the maintenance-guided distribution information to the distribution destination indicated by the distribution destination information, It has been solved.

  The asset maintenance management apparatus further includes a machine translation processing unit that stores information indicating a language understandable by a user in the distribution database and translates the editing information into a language indicated by the language information. The problem is solved by providing a distribution processing unit that distributes the translation information as the maintenance-guided distribution information to the distribution destination indicated by the distribution destination information.

  In the asset maintenance management device, the asset to be maintained is a stock, and the asset maintenance processing unit limits the number of orders up to the number of orders on the selling board or buying board of the corresponding brand. The above-mentioned problem has been solved by providing a function for applying a mark to suppress fluctuations in the market stock price due to own orders.

  Further, in the asset maintenance management device, the plurality of asset maintenance management devices cooperate with each other, and even if there is a failure in any of the asset maintenance management devices, the maintenance guidance distribution information is distributed from other asset maintenance management devices. The above-mentioned problem is solved by providing a cooperation processing unit that performs processing for transferring information used for performing the processing between the asset maintenance management devices.

  Subsequently, the problem is solved by providing a computer program for executing the asset maintenance management apparatus.

  According to the present invention, it is possible to register contents to be preserved in order to preserve assets in the event of an earthquake, and to automatically perform the contents, and to distribute appropriate information to related parties. Therefore, it is possible to deal with asset conservation while concentrating on human life protection and rescue in the event of a disaster. For example, it is possible to quickly secure assets necessary for post-disaster recovery and other immediate responses. Also, regarding the countermeasures for the maintenance of various and complex assets, the contents of the countermeasures can be flexibly changed, and human judgment can be appropriately interposed.

  Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings.

  FIG. 1 is a block diagram showing an overall configuration in which an asset maintenance management device 12 according to an embodiment to which the present invention is applied is used.

  In this figure, a network 1 is formed by combining the Internet or various networks connected to the Internet. For example, the network 1 includes a network for delivering electronic mail and data to mobile phones.

  For such a network 1, the asset maintenance management device 12, the weather warning server device 10, the trading company server device 14, the financial institution server device 16, the machine translation server device 17, and the complementary information server device 18 to which the present invention is applied. Is connected. The numbers of these devices 10, 12, 14, 16, 17, and 18 are not specifically limited. Further, a member terminal device 3 using a mobile phone or a personal computer is connected to the network 1.

  Next, FIG. 2 is a map of Japan showing an arrangement example of the asset maintenance management device 12 of the present embodiment.

  In this figure, the asset maintenance management device 12 is arranged in each of C11 to C19. As described above, the asset maintenance management device 12 is distributed in an area related to the asset (hereinafter referred to as a maintenance target area) such that an asset to be maintained by the asset maintenance management service of the present embodiment is located. The conservation target areas of the present embodiment are Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu, Okinawa Main Island, and their surroundings.

  The weather warning server device 10 is installed by, for example, the Japan Meteorological Agency, and provides the emergency earthquake warning described above to the asset maintenance management device 12 via a line such as the network 1. In the asset maintenance management service of this embodiment, the trading company server device 14 or the financial institution server device 16 is used to place an order for trading at least a part of the member's assets in accordance with the earthquake early warning. Information to be distributed (hereinafter referred to as maintenance request information) is generated and distributed.

  Thus, it is possible to automatically perform or support a procedure for selling one's own assets or purchasing necessary assets. In addition, procedures such as cancellation, suspension or postponement of already sold assets or purchase orders, and procedures for prompting delivery of goods or delivery of goods in connection with existing sales or purchase transactions. Can also be done automatically or supported. Such a procedure can be registered or changed as a maintenance item.

  The asset maintenance management service provided to the members in this embodiment includes an information distribution service. The information distribution service supports maintenance in terms of asset maintenance behavior by generating maintenance guidance distribution information by the asset maintenance management device 12 and distributing it to the members.

  The information distribution service edits the information of such an emergency earthquake bulletin while appropriately adding related information obtained by the supplementary information server device 18 in the asset maintenance management device 12, and performs machine translation by the machine translation server device 17. The editing information is translated while receiving support as appropriate, and the translated information is provided to the member terminal device 3 as maintenance guidance distribution information. The member terminal device 3 uses a mobile phone possessed by a member's individual, a personal computer installed in a facility possessed by a member of a group such as a hotel, and the like and used for many.

  In addition, the asset which becomes object in this embodiment is not specifically limited. Articles such as various raw materials, industrial products and agricultural crops may be used, and currency such as foreign currency, and securities such as government bonds, bonds and stocks may be used.

  Next, FIG. 3 shows the members when the asset maintenance management apparatus 12, trading company server apparatus 14, financial institution server apparatus 16, machine translation server apparatus 17, supplementary information server apparatus 18, or personal computer of this embodiment is used. 2 is a block diagram showing a hardware configuration of a terminal device 3. FIG.

  In FIG. 3, hardware of a certain type of computer device that can be used for each of these devices 12, 14, 16, 17, and 18 and that the member terminal device 3 can also be used when a personal computer is used. Configuration is shown. However, each device is not limited to such a device.

  The computer apparatus of FIG. 3 is a general PC (Personal Computer) apparatus (including PDA (Personal Digital Assistants) such as a cellular phone) on which Windows (registered trademark) of US Microsoft Corporation is installed as an example. There is no particular limitation. Alternatively, hardware other than the PC device may be used, and hardware such as a so-called workstation such as EWS (Engineering Work Station) may be used. In this figure, the hardware configuration is partially abstracted for the sake of explanation.

  In this figure, a computer device includes a CPU (Central Processing Unit) 310, a RAM (Random Access Memory) 311, a ROM (Read Only Memory) 312, a LAN-I / F (Inter Face) 313, a MODEM (modulator). -demodulator) 314 and various I / Fs 320 to 322. These are interconnected by a bus 301.

  Further, a screen display device 330 is connected to the bus 301 via the I / F 320. A keyboard 331, a mouse 332, and a printer device 333 that are interconnected by the bus 303 are connected to the bus 301 via the I / F 321.

  Further, an HDD (Hard Disc Drive) device 340, a CD (Compact Disc) drive device 341, and an FDD (Floppy (registered trademark) Disc Drive) device 342 are connected to the bus 301 via the I / F 322. Has been. These are interconnected by a bus 302.

  In the hardware configuration as described above, the storage means and storage devices are RAM 311, ROM 312, HDD device 340, CD drive device 341, FDD device 342, and the like. In such storage means and storage devices, various programs executed by the CPU 310, databases and various files and data accessed in the present embodiment are stored, and can be accessed electronically. For example, an OS, a program for providing an environment for using software resources such as a database and JAVA (registered trademark), an application program according to the present embodiment, and a web browser program are stored in the HDD device 340. At the time of execution, the data is read into the RAM 311 and executed by the CPU 310.

  The LAN-I / F 313 is used for connection to the network 1 and the like. The application program executed by the CPU 310 includes a JAVA (registered trademark) applet acquired via the network 1. .

  Further, when executing an OS, an application program, or the like, an operator performs character input and various operations with the keyboard 331 while referring to information displayed and output on the screen display device 330, and coordinate input and various operations with the mouse 332. Or input. Further, necessary information can be printed out from the printer device 333 as appropriate. Needless to say, these outputs and inputs are performed electronically by a program executed by the CPU 310.

  The CD drive device 341 and the FDD device 342 are used for application program installation and other offline information exchange when the present invention is applied. The CD drive device 341 may be a device corresponding to this when a CD-R, DVD-RAM, DVD-ROM, MO, or the like is used as a recording medium for information exchange.

  FIG. 4 is a block diagram illustrating configurations of the weather warning server device 10 and the asset maintenance management device 12 according to the present embodiment. FIG. 5 is a block diagram showing a more detailed configuration of the asset maintenance management device 12.

  First, the weather warning server device 10 includes a large number of earthquake detection devices 5 and an earthquake warning notification device 6. The earthquake detection device 5 is a seismometer arranged in various parts of Japan, and immediately after the occurrence of the earthquake, it catches the occurrence near the epicenter. The earthquake warning notification device 6 transmits an emergency earthquake warning to the asset maintenance management device 12 and others based on the detection of the earthquake by the earthquake detection device 5.

  Next, in the present embodiment, the asset maintenance management device 12 realizes each component as shown in FIGS. 4 and 5 by the operation of the application program in the hardware configuration as shown in FIG. ing.

  4 and 5, the asset maintenance management device 12 includes an emergency earthquake information system receiving device 30, a distribution information generation processing unit 33 including an editing processing unit 34 and a machine translation processing unit 35, and a distribution processing unit. 38, a member registration processing unit 40, and a cooperation processing unit 42. In addition, a maintenance countermeasure processing unit 60 including an earthquake analysis processing unit 64 and a maintenance countermeasure extraction processing unit 66 is provided. Furthermore, it has an editing database 52, a translation database 54, a distribution database 56, a member database 58, and a transaction database 62 that are used by the processing units 34, 35, 38, 40, 42, 64, 66 described above. ing.

  First, the member registration processing unit 40 stores information on registered members in the member database 58 at the time of member registration. In addition, the cooperation processing unit 42 performs a process of transferring information stored in the distribution database 56 between the asset maintenance management devices 12 in order to perform the linkage of the maintenance guidance delivery information in the plurality of asset maintenance management devices 12. .

  The emergency earthquake information system receiving device 30 receives the notification of the emergency earthquake bulletin transmitted by the weather warning server device 10 or the notification equivalent to the emergency earthquake bulletin via the network 1, the dedicated line, or the like, and the contents Is analyzed. In the present embodiment, it is possible to receive the notification of the emergency earthquake early warning earlier than the propagation of the S wave of the earthquake and usually faster than the propagation of the P wave of the earthquake.

  When the earthquake early warning notification is received, first, the earthquake analysis processing unit 64 analyzes the earthquake early warning when receiving the earthquake early warning. Based on the analysis result, the maintenance countermeasure extraction processing unit 66 extracts the maintenance items stored in the transaction database 62 to be executed. Next, the asset maintenance processing unit 68 edits information for at least starting execution of the extracted maintenance items based on the extraction result, and generates information called maintenance request information.

  Then, the distribution processing unit 38 performs distribution based on the maintenance request information generated in this way to the corresponding destination, thereby starting at least the execution of the extracted maintenance items. Based on the maintenance request information, the distribution processing unit 38 distributes information of the content for requesting execution of the extracted maintenance items to the trading company server device 14 and the financial institution server device 16, so that the corresponding trading company or This request is made to a financial institution.

  For example, an order to purchase supplies necessary for restoration is made to a trading company, or a request is made to sell a securities to a financial institution in order to secure the funds. Further, when purchasing goods necessary for recovery from overseas, this order is made to a trading company, or a request is made to a financial institution for a foreign currency exchange necessary for the order.

  Next, the distribution information generation processing unit 33 generates information to be distributed to the members according to the analysis result of the content of the notification. The distribution information generation processing unit 33 includes an editing processing unit 34 and a machine translation processing unit 35.

  The edit processing unit 34 uses the information stored in the edit database 52 and receives the relevant information from the supplementary information server device 18 via the network 1 as appropriate, and from the asset maintenance management device 12 to the member terminal device. 3 Select and edit the information provided for 3. For example, the editing processing unit 34 may provide information on asset conservation at the member's location, disaster evacuation routes and means of the parties concerned, the nearest evacuation site, etc. Can be read from a general public information website, automatically extracted necessary information, and incorporated into information distributed to members. In this case, websites such as governments, local governments, academic societies, and economic groups are used as the supplementary information server device 18. The information edited in this way is appropriately translated by the machine translation processing unit 35. The translated information is the maintenance guide distribution information in the present embodiment.

  When a translation sentence such as a fixed example sentence is stored in the translation database 54, the machine translation processing unit 35 uses this to translate the information edited by the editing processing unit 34 to obtain maintenance guidance distribution information. Alternatively, the machine translation processing unit 35 sends the information edited by the editing processing unit 34 to the machine translation server device 17 via the network 1 and entrusts the machine translation server device 17 to translate the information. The translated information is received from the server device 17, and the information is used as maintenance guidance distribution information. If no translation is required, the information edited by the editing processing unit 34 is used as the maintenance guide distribution information.

  The distribution processing unit 38 distributes the maintenance guide distribution information generated by the distribution information generation processing unit 33 to the members registered in the distribution database 56.

  Here, the transaction database 62 stores information indicating assets to be maintained by the user and maintenance items to be performed for maintenance when an earthquake occurs. The member database 58 stores information on members stored by the member registration processing unit 40. The distribution database 56 stores information necessary for distributing the maintenance guidance distribution information of the present embodiment, information indicating a language that the user can understand, information for recognizing or estimating the current location, and maintenance guidance distribution. Information indicating the distribution destination of information is stored. The editing database 52 stores information used for editing processing by the editing processing unit 34. In the translation database 54, information used for translation processing by the machine translation processing unit 35 is stored. For example, the above-described fixed example sentence and information on the translated sentence are stored.

  FIG. 6 is a flowchart showing member service processing in the present embodiment.

  In this flowchart, the process of the broken line rectangle is mainly performed manually, and the solid line rectangle is the asset maintenance management apparatus 12 and other in-apparatus processes. The members of the present embodiment are for various individuals and groups regardless of whether they are in Japan or abroad, and whether or not they understand Japanese.

  In this flowchart, first, in step 112, a person who wishes to become a member who receives an asset maintenance management service, whether an individual or an organization, receives the service of this embodiment together with the application. Register the necessary information.

  For example, information indicating a language understandable by a member user, the location of an asset to be protected by the asset maintenance management service (hereinafter referred to as a maintenance asset location), the installation location of the member terminal device 3, the current location of the member terminal device 3 Information for recognizing or estimating the location, information indicating the movement range when the member terminal device 3 or the maintenance asset location is movable, information indicating the movement range of the member terminal device 3, information indicating the distribution destination of the maintenance guidance distribution information, etc. Register. Thus, the maintenance terminal distribution information that is edited according to the location of the member's maintenance asset and the location where the member terminal device 3 is located and translated into a language that the user can understand is the member terminal device serving as the corresponding distribution destination. 3 can be distributed.

  In addition, when using a mobile phone or a mobile terminal having a GPS (Global Positioning System) function or a current position detection function similar to this, it is detected by such a function by registering “having a GPS function”. Depending on the location, you can receive detailed information distribution. Such a current position detection function can also be used for asset preservation of movable property.

  In step S112, the language type of information distributed to the member terminal device 3 and the dialect type are also registered as necessary information. In this embodiment, in addition to Japanese, English, French, and German, East Asian Korean and Chinese are also supported.

  Further, in step S112, information indicating maintenance items to be maintained in the event of an earthquake is registered for each asset that the user desires to maintain by the asset maintenance management service of the present embodiment.

  For example, as the maintenance items, the contents and quantity of the goods to be purchased are registered according to the magnitude of the earthquake predicted in the emergency earthquake information, and the contents of the procedure for the trading company for automatically performing the purchase are registered. Also, according to the magnitude of the earthquake, the securities to be sold and the amount thereof are registered, and the contents of the procedure for the financial institution for automatically carrying out the sale are registered. Also, according to the magnitude of the earthquake, the foreign currency to be acquired and the amount thereof are registered, and the contents of the procedure for the financial institution for automatically performing the acquisition are registered as maintenance matters.

  The above steps S112 and S114 can be performed not only for the initial registration but also for the changes after the registration. In this embodiment, the registration contents as described above can be flexibly changed through the network 1 while performing necessary and sufficient member authentication including registration of assets to be protected and information on the maintenance items. Is possible.

  Subsequently, in step S <b> 114, the registration information described above is stored in the member database 58 and the transaction database 62 by the member registration processing unit 40 of the asset maintenance management device 12. Further, in the member registration processing unit 40, based on this registration information, the distribution processing unit 38 distributes the maintenance request information to the trading company server device 14 and the financial institution server device 16, or distributes the maintenance guidance distribution information to the members. The minimum information necessary for this is stored in the distribution database 56.

  FIG. 7 is a block diagram showing data transfer between the asset maintenance management devices 12 in this embodiment.

  In step S116 following step S114, as shown in FIG. 7, the data stored in the distribution database 56 in step S114 is transferred to another asset maintenance management apparatus 12 by the processing of the cooperation processing unit 42. Upon receiving the transfer, the cooperation processing unit 42 of the asset maintenance management device 12 stores the data in its own distribution database 56. This transfer destination asset maintenance management device 12 is an area where the corresponding member resides or an area where the member moves.

  Even if a failure occurs in the original asset maintenance management device 12 due to such a transfer, or data communication in the network 1 is congested or disconnected due to a disaster, the network 1 to the member terminal device 3 of the corresponding member The other asset maintenance management device 12 that does not have a failure or congestion in its route and that is normally operating as a backup device is used to distribute maintenance request information and maintenance guidance delivery information from the asset maintenance management device 12. Can be implemented as much as possible (backup distribution). When a disaster occurs, the communication path may be congested due to a safety inquiry to the disaster area. Such congestion can be avoided as much as possible, and distribution of maintenance guidance distribution information can be performed.

  When information necessary for backup distribution is stored in the transaction database 62, the editing database 52, and the translation database 54, the information is transferred in the same manner as the information in the distribution database 56 described above. However, it may be stored. That is, between the corresponding asset maintenance management devices 12, another asset is transferred from the corresponding transaction database 62, edit database 52, and translation database 54 in one asset maintenance management device 12 by the processing of the associated processing unit 42. Such information may be transferred and stored in the same transaction database 62, editing database 52, and translation database 54 in the maintenance management device 12.

  When the processing up to step S116 is completed, in step S120, the asset maintenance management service for the member including the information distribution service becomes possible. Therefore, it is possible to provide the service shown in FIG. 8 described later when a disaster occurs.

  If the member cancels due to various reasons, the procedure is performed in step S124. In step S126, the data stored in the member database 58 and the distribution database 56 are deleted or updated according to the procedure.

  FIG. 8 is a flowchart showing disaster occurrence response processing in the present embodiment. FIG. 9 is a block diagram showing the flow of information in this disaster response processing.

  The disaster guidance process shown in FIG. 8 is started when an emergency earthquake warning notification is received from the weather warning server device 10 as shown by an arrow S1 in FIG. 9 via the network 1, a dedicated line, or the like. . First, in step S146, the emergency earthquake information system receiving apparatus 30 receives the notification and analyzes the contents.

  Next, in step S150, step S152, step S154, and step S156 are sequentially performed. First, in step S152, the earthquake analysis processing unit 64 analyzes the notification of the earthquake early warning received this time. Subsequently, in step S154, the maintenance countermeasure extraction processing unit 66 extracts the maintenance items stored in the transaction database 62 to be executed based on the analysis result. Further, in step S156, the asset maintenance processing unit 68 edits and generates distribution information for starting the execution of the extracted maintenance items at least in the trading company server device 14 and the financial institution server device 16.

  In step S160, the distribution processing unit 38 selects a distribution means when distributing the maintenance request information extracted and generated as described above to the trading company server device 14 and the financial institution server device 16. . Some member terminal devices 3 have a plurality of routes for accessing the network 1, such as wireless, wired, or mobile phone networks. There may be a plurality of routes in the network 1. Accordingly, the distribution processing unit 38 selects, as a distribution unit, one that is expected to be able to reliably distribute information among such routes.

  In the subsequent step S162, the distribution processing unit 38 applies the maintenance request information generated by the asset maintenance processing unit 68 as shown by the arrows S6 and S7 in FIG. To the trading company server device 14 and the financial institution server device 16.

  After these steps S160 and 162, in step S166, in order for the distribution processing unit 38 to reliably distribute to the trading company server device 14 and the financial institution server device 16, is it necessary to resend the distribution of the maintenance request information? judge. When the route of the network 1 at the time of distribution already performed is congested or the like, it is determined that retransmission is necessary, and steps S160 and 162 are performed again. Distribution means used at the time of retransmission may or may not be the same as those used at the time of previous distribution. If it is determined in step S166 that retransmission is not necessary, the process proceeds to the next step S170.

  In addition, the delivery method from the delivery process part 38 in step S162 to the trading company server apparatus 14 or the financial institution server apparatus 16 is not specifically limited. For example, information may be distributed as a mail body of an e-mail, or a dedicated data transfer function may be provided and used. Alternatively, maintenance request information and other items are automatically input to a general request reception website provided by the trading company server device 14 or the financial institution server device 16, and the trading company or financial institution is input. A request for asset maintenance may be automatically performed.

  When the maintenance request information is completed as described above, in step S170, the distribution information generation processing unit 33 generates information to be distributed to the members according to the analysis result of the content of the notification. This step S170 includes the first half process of step S174 by the edit processing unit 34 and the second half process of step S176 by the machine translation processing unit 35.

  In step S174, the edit processing unit 34 uses the information stored in the edit database 52 and provides related information by the complementary information server device 18 via the network 1 as shown by the arrow S2 in FIG. The information provided to the member terminal device 3 from the asset maintenance management device 12 is selected and edited while receiving as appropriate. For example, the edit processing unit 34 automatically reads out the disaster evacuation route and means at the member's location, the nearest evacuation location, etc. from a website provided for public information by the local government at the location, and extracts necessary information In addition, it can be used by incorporating it into maintenance guidance distribution information distributed to members. In this case, the local government website is used as the supplementary information server device 18.

  Subsequently, in step S176, the edited information is appropriately translated by the machine translation processing unit 35. When translation is not required, the information edited by the editing processing unit 34 can be used as maintenance guidance distribution information that is distributed to members as it is. When a translation sentence such as a fixed example sentence is stored in the translation database 54, the machine translation processing unit 35 uses this to translate. The machine translation processing unit 35 sends the information edited by the editing processing unit 34 to the machine translation server device 17 via the network 1 as shown by an arrow S3 in FIG. The translation is entrusted, and the translated information is received from the machine translation server device 17 as indicated by an arrow S4 in FIG. 9, and the information is used as maintenance guidance distribution information.

  In step S180, the distribution processing unit 38 selects distribution means for distributing the maintenance-guided distribution information translated as described above to the members. Some member terminal devices 3 have a plurality of routes for accessing the network 1, such as wireless, wired, or mobile phone networks. There may be a plurality of routes in the network 1. Accordingly, the distribution processing unit 38 selects, as a distribution unit, one that is expected to be able to reliably distribute information among such routes.

  In the subsequent step S182, the distribution processing unit 38 uses the distribution means selected in this way, and the information translated by the machine translation processing unit 35 as shown by an arrow S5 in FIG. Deliver against.

  After these steps S180 and 182, in step S186, the distribution processing unit 38 determines whether it is necessary to retransmit the translation information in order to ensure distribution to the member terminal device 3. If the route of the network 1 that has already been distributed is congested, it is determined that retransmission is necessary, and steps S180 and S182 are performed again. Distribution means used at the time of retransmission may or may not be the same as those used at the time of previous distribution. If it is determined in step S186 that retransmission is not necessary, all the processes in FIG. 8 are terminated.

  In addition, the delivery method from the delivery process part 38 in step S182 to the member terminal device 3 is not specifically limited. For example, information may be distributed as a mail body of an e-mail, or a dedicated data transfer function may be provided and used.

  Further, the method for providing the distributed information to the member in the member terminal device 3 is not specifically limited. The screen may be displayed on the member terminal device 3 which is a mobile phone or a mobile terminal possessed by an individual or the member terminal device 3 which is a personal computer installed in a hall or the like by an organization.

  As described above, according to the present embodiment, the asset maintenance management device 12 automatically creates maintenance request information, distributes it to the trading company server device 14 and the financial institution server device 16, and is registered in advance by the member. , You can request the execution of maintenance items to protect their own assets. Therefore, damage caused by an earthquake disaster can be suppressed. Further, maintenance guide distribution information can be distributed from the supplementary information server device 18 to the member, and the member's human asset maintenance activity can be supported.

  Further, according to the present embodiment, the maintenance guide distribution information can also include information obtained from the supplementary information server device 18, such as information on the nearest evacuation site determined by the government or local government, and the supplementary information server device 18. The latest information updated in can be included and distributed to members. The supplementary information server device 18 is not particularly limited. In the present embodiment, a website that is open to the public on the Internet is also targeted. For example, it is a site that is widely accessed over the Internet, which is set up for general public relations by the government, local governments and transportation facilities.

  Furthermore, in this embodiment, even in the case of information distribution to be performed immediately, machine translation within the asset maintenance management apparatus 12 using the translation database 54, and if possible, machine translation outside the asset maintenance management apparatus 12 The maintenance guidance distribution information can be distributed after machine translation by the server device 17. Since translation is performed at the time of distribution, the information can be translated even when the latest information obtained from the complementary information server device 18 is included as described above. Further, even if the number of languages to be supported increases, if the machine translation server device 17 can cope with it, the delivery contents can be similarly machine translated and delivered.

  Further, in the asset maintenance management device 12 arranged in various places in Japan, a member without an obstacle is used, and the member terminal device 3 is used by using a route of the network 1 where data communication is not congested or disconnected. Information can be distributed to members as much as possible even in the event of a disaster. In addition, in order to distribute information from other asset maintenance management apparatuses 12, the member information in the distribution database 56 is transferred to other asset maintenance management apparatuses 12 in advance, but the information is limited to the minimum necessary for distribution. Therefore, the problem of leakage of personal information can be avoided.

  FIG. 10 is a block diagram illustrating a configuration of the maintenance processing unit 60 in the present embodiment.

  In this embodiment, the asset to be maintained is “stock (stock securities)” in the above-described embodiment, and in particular, public stock that can be ordered online. If physical damage occurs due to an earthquake, corporate activities may be affected, which may affect the stock price and possibly decline. Therefore, in this embodiment, the member can protect the asset in this aspect.

  The financial institution server device 16 according to the embodiment is provided by a so-called securities company, which is a main provider of market information on the stock market and an order broker for stock trading. As shown in FIG. 10, this embodiment is particularly applied to the maintenance countermeasure processing unit 60 and the transaction database 62 in the above-described embodiment.

  As shown in FIG. 10, the asset maintenance processing unit 68 of this embodiment includes a market information collection processing unit 70, various setting learning processing units 72, and a progress management processing unit 76. The transaction database 62 includes a stock asset database 80, an execution start database 82, a progress management database 84, a market condition tracking database 86, and a short sale condition database 88.

  In this embodiment, the earthquake analysis processing unit 64 first calculates the predicted seismic intensity and margin time at various points A to C as shown in FIG. 11 based on the information obtained from the emergency earthquake information system receiver 30. Generate a list of predicted seismic intensity. This surplus time is the time from the present time until the S wave of the above-mentioned predicted seismic intensity arrives at the corresponding points A to C...

  Next, based on the execution start database 82 of the transaction database 62, the maintenance countermeasure extraction processing unit 66 extracts an order extraction list file relating to stocks to be traded for asset maintenance as shown in FIG.

  That is, in the execution start database 82, orders are placed for the setting points of the points A to C... That affect the stock price of the relevant stock to be protected by the earthquake, and the set expected seismic intensity that may be affected at the setting points. This stock (company code, securities code, stock code), sell (sale) or buy (purchase) to be placed (output) for asset conservation when the condition is satisfied A transaction type and a transaction order setting represented by the limit price are registered in units of the order. Therefore, the maintenance countermeasure extraction processing unit 66 matches the point registered in each transaction order setting of the execution start database 82 and the set expected seismic intensity with the information in the predicted seismic intensity list file of FIG. Trading order settings that satisfy the ordering conditions are extracted, and an order extraction list file as shown in FIG. 12 is generated.

  Further, the maintenance countermeasure extraction processing unit 66 sums up quantities (number of shares) of the same stock brand, transaction type, and limit price in the order extraction list file, and displays an order list as shown in FIG. Generate a file. This order list file is input to the asset maintenance processing unit 68, and orders included therein are ordered by the asset maintenance processing unit 68 as needed.

  Subsequently, the progress management processing unit 76 of the asset maintenance processing unit 68 stores the order list file obtained from the maintenance countermeasure extraction processing unit 66 in the progress management database 84 as a progress list file, and the orders in the progress list file are stored. Order from time to time. The progress list file is updated by the progress management processing unit 76 at each time point when the progress management processing unit 76 places an order, and becomes the latest information regarding the unordered orders.

  The order is for a general online transaction request acceptance website provided by the financial institution server device 16 of the securities company via the distribution processing unit 38 and the network 1, and the website On the other hand, maintenance request information and other items are automatically entered. The progress management processing unit 76 performs automatic input, generates information for placing the order, and outputs the information to the distribution processing unit 38. Thereby, an order is placed with respect to the corresponding securities company.

  When the ordered transaction is completed, the establishment is confirmed by the market information collection processing unit 70 and transmitted to the progress management processing unit 76. Then, the progress management processing unit 76 automatically updates the stock asset database 80 to the effect.

  Here, in the asset maintenance processing unit 68, the market information collection processing unit 70 controls the present embodiment by accessing the stock online transaction site that the financial institution server device 16 is open to the public through the Internet of the network 1. Collect various information related to stock transactions. In addition, the market information collection processing unit 70 accesses various sites that are open to the public on the Internet of the network 1 and collects various information related to stock transactions that this embodiment controls. The information to be collected includes so-called four values of daily such as opening price, high price, low price, closing price, so-called board information of five signs above and below centering on the current value, and is collected at any time.

  Further, the progress management processing unit 76 limits the number of orders up to the number of orders on the selling board or the buying board of the corresponding brand in accordance with the automatic setting rules registered in the market situation tracking database 86, It is also possible to suppress market stock price fluctuations due to own orders. The number of orders can be grasped by the information collected by the market information collection processing unit 70 as described above. Alternatively, according to the automatic setting rules registered in the short sale condition database 88, it is possible to place an order for a margin transaction as appropriate, thereby reducing the risk of the entire transaction.

  The various setting learning processing unit 72 adds, deletes, or changes information stored in the databases 80, 82, 84, 86, and 88 in the transaction database 62 based on the information collected by the market information collection processing unit 70. At any time. For example, information on the progress list file stored in the progress management database 84 according to the automatic setting rule registered in the market condition tracking database 86 by grasping the overheating status of the trading of the stock to be traded and the number of orders currently being issued. By adding, deleting or changing as needed, future orders can be changed according to market conditions. This progress list file is stored in the progress management database 84 and is referred to when placing an order in the future.

  In the stock asset database 80, information on securities to be managed and traded in this embodiment is registered for each member. In the execution start database 82, the trade order setting is registered as described above. The progress management database 84 stores an order progress list file. In addition, the above-mentioned automatic setting rules are registered in the market tracking database 86 and the short selling condition database 88 in order to perform transactions following the market conditions or to place orders for short selling.

  In addition, when the surplus time transmitted by the earthquake early warning is comparatively long, before the main motion of S wave propagates to a corresponding point, the 2nd report and the subsequent earthquake early warning are transmitted from the weather warning server apparatus 10. It is also possible. In general, as in the case of the second report rather than the first report, the emergency earthquake bulletin transmitted later has higher accuracy of predicted seismic intensity and margin time. Therefore, when the margin time is greater than or equal to the predetermined time, a predetermined grace time may be given until the asset maintenance processing unit 68 places a trade order. If the earthquake intensity is less than 5 and greater than 5, there is a possibility that the disaster occurrence situation may change greatly. If the expected intensity is less than 5 or more than 5, the expected The seismic intensity can be determined carefully.

  As described above, according to the present embodiment, stocks can be bought and sold flexibly in the event of an earthquake, and losses such as a drop in stock prices due to earthquake damage can be avoided. In addition, various orders such as responding to market conditions, earthquake early warnings after the first report, and targeting margin transactions are possible, and various risks can be avoided.

  In addition, various orders can be automatically made, but due to the nature of securities trading, room for human judgment and intervention is also desired. In the present embodiment, it is possible to automatically transmit relevant information to the member at the time of the earthquake early warning, which is very excellent in this respect. Also, foreigners who do not understand Japanese can be appropriately machine translated, and such information can be transmitted even to foreign residents of Japan.

The block diagram which shows the whole structure by which the asset maintenance management apparatus of embodiment with which this invention was applied is used. Japan map showing an example of arrangement of the asset maintenance management device of the above embodiment The block diagram which shows the hardware constitutions of the member terminal device at the time of using the asset maintenance management apparatus of the said embodiment, a machine translation server apparatus, a supplementary information server apparatus, a trading company server apparatus, a financial institution server apparatus, and a personal computer. The block diagram which shows the structure of the weather warning server apparatus and asset maintenance management apparatus of the said embodiment. The block diagram which shows the more detailed structure of the said asset maintenance management apparatus Flowchart showing member service processing in the embodiment The block diagram which shows the data transfer between the asset maintenance management apparatuses in the said embodiment. The flowchart which shows the disaster occurrence response process in the said embodiment Block diagram showing the flow of information in the disaster response process The block diagram which shows the structure of the maintenance countermeasure process part in the Example of the said embodiment. Diagram showing expected seismic intensity list file for the above example Diagram showing order extraction list file of the embodiment Diagram showing the order list file of the embodiment

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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 ... Network 3 ... Member terminal device 5 ... Earthquake detection device 6 ... Earthquake warning notification device 10 ... Weather warning server device 12 ... Asset maintenance management device 14 ... Trading company server device 16 ... Financial institution server device 17 ... Machine translation server device 18 ... Complementary information server device 30 ... Earthquake information system receiving device 33 ... Distribution information generation processing unit 34 ... Edit processing unit 35 ... Machine translation processing unit 38 ... Distribution processing unit 40 ... Member registration processing unit 42 ... Cooperation processing unit 52 ... Edit database 54 ... Translation database 56 ... Distribution database 58 ... Member database 60 ... Maintenance coping processing unit 62 ... Transaction database 64 ... Earthquake analysis processing unit 66 ... Maintenance coping extraction processing unit 68 ... Asset maintenance processing unit 70 ... Market information collection processing unit 72 ... Various setting learning processing unit 76 ... Progress management processing unit 80 ... Stock asset database 82 ... Start database 84 ... progress management database 86 ... market conditions follow-up database 88 ... short sales conditions database 301 to 303 ... 310 ... CPU bus
311 ... RAM
312 ... ROM
313 ... LAN-I / F
314 ... MODEM
320 to 322 ... I / F
330 ... Screen display device 331 ... Keyboard 332 ... Mouse 333 ... Printer device 340 ... HDD device 341 ... CD drive device 342 ... FDD device

Claims (6)

  1. An asset maintenance management device that provides support for users to protect their assets in order to suppress damage when an earthquake occurs.
    A transaction database that stores information indicating assets to be protected by users, maintenance items to be maintained in the event of an earthquake,
    A receiving unit for receiving earthquake early warning based on earthquake detection by seismometers located in various places;
    An earthquake analysis processing unit that analyzes the earthquake early warning when receiving the earthquake early warning;
    Based on the analysis result, a maintenance countermeasure extraction processing unit that extracts maintenance items stored in the transaction database to be executed;
    An asset maintenance management device comprising: an asset maintenance processing unit that starts execution of the extracted maintenance items at least.
  2. The asset maintenance management device according to claim 1, further comprising:
    Information indicating the language understood by the user, information for recognizing or estimating the current location, and
    A distribution database that stores information indicating the distribution destination of maintenance guidance distribution information used by users to control damage to their assets when an earthquake occurs.
    An editing processing unit for adding and editing supplementary information necessary for the user to suppress damage to his / her property to the earthquake early warning received by the receiving unit;
    An asset maintenance management apparatus comprising: a delivery processing unit that delivers the editing information to the delivery destination indicated by the delivery destination information as the maintenance guide delivery information.
  3. In the asset maintenance management device according to claim 2,
    In the distribution database, information indicating a language that the user can understand is stored,
    A machine translation processing unit that translates the editing information into the language indicated by the language information;
    An asset maintenance management apparatus comprising: a delivery processing unit that delivers the translation information to the delivery destination indicated by the delivery destination information as the maintenance guidance delivery information.
  4. In the asset maintenance management device according to any one of claims 1 to 3,
    The assets to be protected are stocks,
    The asset maintenance processing unit has a function of limiting the number of orders up to the number of orders on the selling board of the corresponding brand or the order number on the buying board,
    An asset maintenance management device characterized by being able to suppress market price fluctuations due to its own orders.
  5.   The asset maintenance management device according to any one of claims 1 to 4, wherein a plurality of the asset maintenance management devices cooperate with each other even if a failure occurs in any of the asset maintenance management devices. An asset maintenance management apparatus comprising: a cooperation processing unit that performs processing for transferring information used for distributing the maintenance guidance delivery information from the asset maintenance management apparatus between the asset maintenance management apparatuses.
  6.   A computer program for implementing the asset maintenance management device according to any one of claims 1 to 5.
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