JP2009105482A - Image display system for vehicle - Google Patents

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JP2009105482A
JP2009105482A JP2007272710A JP2007272710A JP2009105482A JP 2009105482 A JP2009105482 A JP 2009105482A JP 2007272710 A JP2007272710 A JP 2007272710A JP 2007272710 A JP2007272710 A JP 2007272710A JP 2009105482 A JP2009105482 A JP 2009105482A
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A transmitter that authenticates a transmission path of a video signal, transmits a video signal to the authenticated transmission path, receives a video signal from the transmitter, and displays an image represented by the video signal. In the system 1 including the receiver / relay device 20 configured to display the video signal at 28 and to be able to relay the video signal to the subsequent receiver 30, the transmission of the video signal is changed because the transmission path has changed and authentication is required. Even in the case of interruption, the display of the image on the display 28 is prevented from being interrupted.
A receiving / relay device stores, in a cache memory, a video signal for allowing an image to be displayed for a time longer than a time required for authentication among received video signals. The read video signal is read out, and an image represented by the read video signal is displayed on the display 28.
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  The present invention relates to a vehicle image display system that is mounted on a vehicle and displays an image on a display device in the vehicle.

In recent years, AV equipment that handles digital video is mounted on vehicles.
When dealing with digital video (for example, when displaying on a display), it is necessary to protect copyright, and HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection system) and the like are standards for that purpose.

This is a copyright protection standard for the transmission path of digital data. According to this standard, it is necessary to perform authentication every time the transmission path is switched (each time the transmission path is changed).
Although copyright protection can be achieved if transmission conforms to copyright protection standards such as HDCP, the following problems have also been pointed out. For example, since the transmission of digital data is interrupted (blocked) during authentication, the image display is interrupted.

  This point will be described with reference to FIG. FIG. 7 is a diagram illustrating the configuration and operation of a conventional vehicle image display system. In this vehicle image display system, it is assumed that authentication for copyright protection is performed on a transmission path of a video signal.

  The vehicle image display system 1 of FIG. 7 is mounted on a vehicle, and includes a transmitter 10, a receiver / relay machine 20, and a receiver 30. Specifically, the transmitter 10 and the reception / relay device 20 are connected so as to be able to transmit video signals from the transmitter 10 to the reception / relay device 20, and the receiver / relay device 20 is followed by a receiver. 30 is connected.

The transmitter 10 includes an electronic control device (hereinafter referred to as ECU) 12, a transmission module 14, and a reading device 16.
The ECU 12 includes a microcomputer (not shown), operates according to a predetermined program, and performs overall control of the operation of the transmitter 10.

The reading device 16 is a device that reads a video signal representing an image (including sound) stored in a storage medium such as a DVD.
The transmission module 14 is for transmitting the video signal read from the storage medium via the reading device 16 to the reception / relay device 20.

The reception / relay machine 20 includes an ECU 22, a transmission module 24, a reception module 26, and a display 28.
The ECU 22 performs overall control of the operation of the reception / relay machine 20.

The receiving module 26 is for receiving a video signal from the transmitter 10.
The transmission module 24 is for transmitting (relaying) the video signal received from the transmitter 10 via the reception module 26 to the receiver 30.

  The display 28 is a liquid crystal display, for example, and is for displaying an image represented by a video signal received from the transmitter 10 via the receiving module 26. Specifically, the ECU 22 generates a display signal based on the received video signal, and outputs the generated display signal to the display 28, whereby an image is displayed on the display 28. The display 28 is assumed to be installed on the front panel of the vehicle, for example, as a front seat (for a driver seat or a passenger seat) in the vehicle.

The receiver 30 includes an ECU 32, a receiving module 36, and a display 38.
The ECU 32 comprehensively controls the operation of the receiver 30.

The receiving module 36 is for receiving a video signal from the receiving / relay device 20.
The display 38 is a liquid crystal display, for example, for displaying an image represented by the video signal received from the reception / relay device 20 via the reception module 36. Specifically, the ECU 32 generates a display signal based on the received video signal, and outputs the generated display signal to the display 38, whereby an image is displayed on the display 38. The display 38 is assumed to be installed on the back of the front seat, for example, for a rear seat in a vehicle.

In addition, ECU12,22,32 is connected so that communication is possible by vehicle-mounted LAN (Local Area Network).
In the vehicular image display system 1 of FIG. 7, for example, consider a case where an image is displayed only on the front seat display 28. For example, when the driver turns on the power of the display 28, the transmission path between the transmitter 10 and the receiver / relay machine 20 is authenticated. Note that the authentication process for this authentication is executed in the transmitter 10. That is, the transmitter 10 determines whether or not the video signal can be transmitted to the reception / relay device 20.

  Then, as shown in FIG. 7 (a), when the authentication between the transmitter 10 and the reception / relay device 20 is completed (authenticated), a video signal is transmitted from the transmitter 10 to the reception / relay device 20, An image represented by the video signal is displayed on the display 28. In this case, the transmission path between the reception / relay device 20 and the receiver 30 is not authenticated, and the image represented by the video signal is not displayed on the display 38 (the power supply of the display 38 is Is off).

  Here, a case where an image is displayed on the display 38 in the state of FIG. 7A in which the image is displayed only on the display 28 is considered. In this case, since the transmission path between the receiver / relay 20 and the receiver 30 is not authenticated, the transmitter 10 and the receiver including the transmission path between the transmitter 10 and the receiver / relay 20 are received. It is necessary to authenticate the transmission path to the machine 30.

  For example, when a driver or a passenger sitting in the back seat turns on the display 38, a transmission path between the transmitter 10 and the receiver 30 (transmission between the transmitter 10 and the receiver / relay 20) The path and the transmission path between the receiver / relay 20 and the receiver 30). As described above, the authentication process for this authentication is executed in the transmitter 10. That is, the transmitter 10 determines whether or not the video signal may be transmitted to the receiver / relay device 20 (whether or not the video signal may be transmitted to the receiver 30).

  Then, as shown in FIG. 7B, until the authentication between the transmitter 10 and the receiver 30 is completed (while authentication is being executed), the transmitter 10 receives the relay / relay 20. The video signal transmission is interrupted. In this case, the image display on the display 28 is interrupted. Of course, the video signal is not relayed to the receiver 30, and no image is displayed on the display 38. On the other hand, when the authentication between the transmitter 10 and the receiver 30 is completed, a video signal is transmitted from the transmitter 10 to the receiver / relay device 20 and also from the receiver / relay device 20 to the receiver 30. The video signal is relayed, and an image represented by the video signal is displayed on the display 28 and the display 38.

  Thus, in the example of FIG. 7, when an image is to be displayed on the subsequent display 38 while the image is displayed on the display 28, authentication between the transmitter 10 and the receiver 30 is performed. The image display on the display 28 is interrupted during the execution of authentication.

On the other hand, for example, Patent Document 1 discloses a technique for preventing the image display from being interrupted.
In the AV device of Patent Document 1, when displaying an image (for example, an operation screen) that is not copyright-protected (no copyright protection is required), authentication for copyright protection is not performed. For the authentication, the transmission of the video signal is interrupted, that is, the display of the image is prevented from being interrupted.
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  However, in Patent Document 1, when displaying an image to be copyright protected, it is necessary to perform authentication for copyright protection. In this case, the image display may be interrupted due to the authentication.

Specifically, it is as described in the example of FIG.
For example, in the vehicle image display system 1 including the transmitter 10, the receiver / relay machine 20, and the receiver 30 in FIG. 7, authentication of the transmission path between the transmitter 10 and the receiver / relay machine 20 is performed. When the receiver / relay unit 20 is displaying an image and the receiver 30 tries to display an image that requires copyright protection, the transmission / reception between the transmitter 10 and the receiver 30 is performed. Authentication on the transmission path is required. In other words, the transmission path between the transmitter 10 and the reception / relay machine 20 needs to be authenticated again even though it has been authenticated.

  During this authentication, no video signal is transmitted from the transmitter 10 to the receiver / relay 20. For this reason, when the receiver 30 tries to display a new image that needs copyright protection, the display of the image in the receiver / relay 20 is interrupted.

  The present invention has been made in view of these problems, and authenticates a transmission path of a video signal, transmits a video signal to the authenticated transmission path, and receives a video signal from the transmitter. In a vehicular image display system that includes a receiver configured to display an image represented by the video signal on a display device and to be able to relay the video signal to a subsequent device, the transmission path has changed and authentication is required. An object of the present invention is to prevent the display of an image from being interrupted even when transmission of a video signal is interrupted.

In order to achieve the above object, the invention according to claim 1,
A transmitter comprising: authentication means for authenticating that transmission is permitted for the transmission path of the video signal; and transmission means for transmitting the video signal to the transmission path authenticated by the authentication means;
A receiving means for receiving a video signal from the transmitter, and a display control means for displaying an image represented by the video signal received by the receiving means on a display device, and the video signal received by the receiving means, A receiver on the transmission path configured to be relayable to a device connected to a subsequent stage on the transmission path;
In a vehicle image display system mounted on a vehicle,
The receiver updates and stores video signals received by the receiving means for each video signal that can be displayed for a longer time than the time required for authentication by the authentication means. The display control means is characterized in that the video signal stored in the storage means is read out and an image represented by the read video signal is displayed on the display device.

  According to such an image display system for a vehicle, for example, it is necessary to transmit a video signal to a device subsequent to the receiver, and authentication of a transmission path between the transmitter and the subsequent device is required. Even when the transmission of the video signal is interrupted, the display of the image on the display device can be prevented from being interrupted on the receiver side. This is because, in the receiver, video signals for allowing an image to be displayed for longer than the time required for authentication are updated and stored in the storage means one by one, and the video signals stored in the storage means are read out. It is because it has become.

  That is, even while transmission of the video signal is interrupted for authentication, the receiver reads the video signal from the storage means, displays the image represented by the video signal on the display device, and transmission of the video signal is resumed. For example, since the image represented by the transmitted video signal can be displayed on the display device, the display of the image can be prevented from being interrupted.

Next, the vehicle image display system according to claim 1 can be specifically configured as in claim 2.
The system according to claim 2 is the system according to claim 1, which is received by the rear-stage receiving means for receiving the video signal relayed from the receiver and the rear-stage receiving means at the rear stage of the receiver on the transmission path. A rear-stage receiver including a rear-stage display control unit that displays an image represented by the video signal on the rear-stage display device is provided.

  In recent years, in vehicles, in order to improve comfort and convenience for passengers, a plurality of display devices for displaying images may be provided, for example, for front seats and for rear seats. The system according to claim 2 corresponds to such an example. According to the system of claim 2, for example, when an image is displayed on the front seat display device and an image is newly displayed on the rear seat display device (new authentication is required). However, it is possible to prevent the image display on the front seat display device from being interrupted.

Next, the system of claim 3 is characterized in that, in the system of claims 1 and 2, the authentication is authentication for protecting copyright.
HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection System) is a standard for protecting copyrights. According to this standard, it is necessary to perform authentication every time the data transmission path is switched (each time the transmission path changes). However, according to the system of claim 3, it is possible to effectively protect the copyright and to solve the problem that the image display is interrupted every time authentication is performed. Usability can be further improved.

Embodiments of the present invention will be described below with reference to the drawings.
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First, the first embodiment will be described.

FIG. 1 is a configuration diagram of a vehicle image display system 1 according to a first embodiment to which the present invention is applied.
The vehicle image display system 1 shown in FIG. 1 is basically the same as the vehicle image display system 1 shown in FIG. 7 described in the “Background Art” section, and therefore detailed description thereof is omitted here. The vehicle image display system 1 of FIG. 1 is different from FIG. 7 in that the ECU 22 of the receiver / relay machine 20 includes a cache memory 22a for storing video signals. The cache memory 22a is configured to store a video signal for allowing an image to be displayed for a time longer than the time required for authentication for copyright protection.

  FIG. 2 is a flowchart showing a data transmission process (specifically, executed by a CPU of a microcomputer (not shown)) executed in the ECU 12 of the transmitter 10. The data referred to here is a video signal. It is assumed that at least a transmission path between the transmitter 10 and the reception / relay device 20 is authenticated for copyright protection.

  In the data transmission process of FIG. 2, when a predetermined command for transmitting a video signal is input, the video signal is first transmitted in S110. More specifically, a video signal read from a storage medium such as a DVD via the reader 16 is transmitted to the receiver / relay machine 20.

  Next, the process proceeds to S120, where it is determined whether authentication for copyright protection is necessary based on whether the transmission path of the video signal has changed. Specifically, if it is determined that the transmission path of the video signal has changed, it is determined that authentication for copyright protection is necessary. Conversely, if it is determined that the video signal transmission path has not changed, it is determined that authentication for copyright protection is unnecessary.

  Whether the transmission path of the video signal has changed is determined by communication with the reception / relay device 20 via the in-vehicle LAN. For example, if the reception / relay device 20 newly determines that the video signal is to be transmitted to the subsequent receiver 30 through communication with the reception / relay device 20, it is determined that the transmission path has changed.

If it is determined in S120 that authentication is not required (S120: NO), the process returns to S110 again. That is, transmission of the video signal is continued.
On the other hand, if it is determined in S120 that authentication is necessary (S120: YES), the process proceeds to S130, and a predetermined authentication process for copyright protection is executed. Specifically, the path for transmitting and receiving the video signal is encrypted. This prevents unauthorized copying of content. Thereafter, the process returns to S110 to transmit the video signal. Note that the transmission of the video signal is interrupted during the execution of the authentication process.

Next, FIG. 3 is a flowchart showing an image display process (specifically, executed by a CPU of a microcomputer (not shown)) executed in the ECU 22 of the reception / relay machine 20.
In the process of FIG. 3, first, in S210, it is determined whether a video signal is received from the transmitter 10, and if it is determined that it has not been received (S210: NO), the process proceeds to S230.

  On the other hand, if it is determined in S210 that the video signal has been received (S210: YES), the process proceeds to S220, and the received video signal is stored in the cache memory 22a (see FIG. 1). More specifically, the received video signals are updated and stored in the cache memory 22a.

  Next, the process proceeds to S230, and it is determined whether or not to transmit a video signal to the receiver 30 (whether or not to relay). Specifically, the determination is made based on whether or not the power of the display 38 is turned on by communication with the receiver 30 (whether or not it is turned on).

  If it is determined that the power of the display 38 is turned on, it is determined that the video signal is transmitted to the receiver 30 (S230: YES), the process proceeds to S240, and the video signal is transmitted to the receiver 30. In step S250, the video signal stored in the cache memory 22a is read out, and an image represented by the read video signal is displayed on the display 28. When the power supply of the display 38 is newly turned on (that is, when a video signal is newly transmitted to the receiver 30), the transmission path changes, and it is determined that the transmitter 10 requires authentication. (S120: YES), the authentication process is executed (S130). Since the video signal is not transmitted from the transmitter 10 during the execution of the authentication process, in this case, the video signal is not transmitted to the receiver 30 as a result.

  Next, when it is determined in S230 that the display 38 is not turned on (S230: NO), the process proceeds to S250. In S250, as described above, the video signal stored in the cache memory 22a is read, and the image represented by the read video signal is displayed on the display 28. Thereafter, the process returns to S210 again.

The image display process executed in the receiver 30 is different from the image display process in FIG. 3 in that the processes of S230 and S240 are not executed.
Specifically, it is determined whether or not a video signal has been received from the reception / relay device 20, and if it is determined that the video signal has not been received (S210: NO), the process returns to S210 again. Conversely, if it is determined that it has been received (S210: YES), the process proceeds to S220.

  In S220, the video signal received from the receiver / relay device 20 is stored in the cache memory. Thereafter, the process proceeds to S250, where the video signal stored in the cache memory is read, and the image represented by the read video signal is displayed on the display 38. Let Then, the process returns to S210.

Next, FIG. 4 is a drawing showing the operation of the present embodiment.
FIG. 4A shows the same state as FIG. That is, authentication is performed on the transmission path between the transmitter 10 and the receiver / relay device 20, the video signal is transmitted from the transmitter 10 to the receiver / relay device 20, and an image represented by the video signal is displayed on the display 28. This is an example. Further, the transmission path between the receiver / relay device 20 and the receiver 30 is not authenticated.

Assume that the power source of the display 38 is turned on in the state of FIG. That is, it is assumed that the video signal is transmitted from the receiver / relay device 20 to the receiver 30 (S230: YES).
In this case, authentication of the transmission path between the transmitter 10 and the receiver 30 is necessary (S120: YES), and authentication processing is executed in the transmitter 10 (S130). During the authentication process, no video signal is transmitted from the transmitter 10 to the receiver / relay 20.

  However, in this embodiment, as shown in FIG. 4B, the ECU 22 includes a cache memory 22a, and stores the video signal received from the transmitter 10 in the cache memory (S220). Then, the video signal stored in the cache memory 22a is read, and an image represented by the read video signal is displayed on the display 28 (S250). In addition, the cache memory 22a can store a video signal that can display an image for a longer time than the time required for authentication.

  Therefore, when a video signal is transmitted from the transmitter 10 to the receiver / relay machine 20 and an image is displayed on the display 28 of the receiver / relay machine 20, the video signal is also transmitted to the receiver 30. Even if the transmission of the video signal from the transmitter 10 to the receiver / relay 20 is interrupted because authentication between the transmitter 10 and the receiver 30 is required, the receiver / relay 20 stores in the cache memory 22a. By reading the recorded video signal, the image can be displayed on the display 28 without interruption.

  As described above, according to the vehicular image display system 1 of the present embodiment, it is assumed that the transmission path of the video signal is changed and authentication is newly required, and transmission of the video signal is interrupted during the authentication. In addition, it is possible to provide a comfortable environment in which the display of images on the display 28 is not interrupted.

In this embodiment, the transmitter 10 corresponds to a transmitter, the receiver / relay device 20 corresponds to a receiver, the receiver 30 corresponds to a subsequent device, and the process of S130 corresponds to an authentication unit. The processing of the transmission module 14 and S110 corresponds to the transmission means, the reception module 26 corresponds to the reception means, the display 28 corresponds to the display device, the processing of the ECUs 22 and S250 corresponds to the display control means, the cache memory 22a and The processing of S220 corresponds to the storage means, the receiving module 36 corresponds to the rear-stage receiving means, the display 38 corresponds to the rear-stage display device, and the ECU 32 corresponds to the rear-stage display control means.
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Next, a second embodiment will be described.

The configuration of the vehicle image display system 1 of the second embodiment is the same as the configuration of the vehicle image display system 1 of the first embodiment. Only different points will be described below.
The vehicle image display system 1 according to the second embodiment is different in that the transmitter 10 executes the data transmission process of FIG. 5 instead of the data transmission process of FIG. Further, the receiving / relay device 20 is different in that the image display process of FIG. 6 is executed instead of the image display process of FIG. In the process of FIG. 5, the same steps as those of FIG. In the process of FIG. 6, the same steps as those in FIG. 3 are denoted by the same reference numerals.

  In the data transmission process of FIG. 5, first, in S310, it is determined whether or not to transmit a video signal at a higher speed than usual. Specifically, regarding the transmission speed, the normal speed and the high speed are set by user selection (operation). In the case of high speed, the reading speed from the storage medium is also set to high speed, and data is read from the storage medium via the reading device 16 at high speed, and the read data (video signal) is received at the high speed at the reception / relay device 20. Will be transmitted.

If it is determined in S310 that the video signal is not transmitted at high speed (S310: NO), the process proceeds to S110, and the video signal is transmitted at a normal speed.
On the other hand, if it is determined in S310 that the video signal is transmitted at high speed (S310: YES), the process proceeds to S320, and the video signal is transmitted at high speed. Then, the process proceeds to S120. The processes in S120 and S130 are the same as those in FIG. 2, and the description thereof is omitted here.

  Next, in the process of FIG. 6, the receiving / relay device 20 first determines whether or not authentication is necessary in S410, and if it is determined that authentication is necessary (S410: YES), the process proceeds to S420 and the transmitter 10 is requested to transmit a video signal at high speed. Then, the process proceeds to S210. Whether or not the authentication is necessary is determined based on whether or not the transmission path has changed (whether or not the video signal needs to be transmitted to the receiver 30). That is, if it is determined that the transmission path has changed (the video signal needs to be transmitted to the receiver 30), it is determined that authentication is necessary, and conversely, the transmission path has not changed (the video signal to the receiver 30 does not change). It is determined that authentication is unnecessary.

On the other hand, if it determines with authentication not being required in S410 (S410: NO), it will transfer to S210.
In S210, it is determined whether a video signal has been received. If it is determined that the video signal has been received at a normal speed (S210: reception), the process proceeds to S230.

  If it is determined that the data has been received at high speed (S210: high-speed data reception), the process proceeds to S420, and the high-speed data from the transmitter 10 is stored in the cache memory 22a at high speed. Then, the process proceeds to S230. About S230-S250, it is the same as that of the case of FIG. 3, and description is abbreviate | omitted here.

  If it is determined in S210 that the video signal has not been received (S210: not received), the process proceeds to S440, and the video signal stored in the cache memory 22a (stored in the cache memory 22a when the video signal has been received). The image represented by the video signal) is displayed on the display 28. Then, the process returns to S410.

  In the second embodiment, the video signal is transmitted / received at a high speed before authentication, and the video signal received at a high speed is accumulated in the cache memory 22a at a high speed in the receiver / relay 20 so that the video signal is stored in a short time. A video signal having a sufficient amount of data (specifically, a video signal that can display an image for a longer time than the time required for authentication) can be secured. Therefore, it is possible to prevent the display of the image from being interrupted more reliably on the display 28.

As mentioned above, although one Embodiment of this invention was described, this invention is not limited to the said embodiment, A various form can be taken within the technical scope of this invention.
For example, in the above-described embodiment, another receiver may be provided after the receiver 30. In this case, if the receiver 30 is configured to execute the processes of FIGS. 2 and 5 (or the processes of FIGS. 3 and 6) in the same manner as the receiver / relay machine 20, the same as in the above embodiment. The effect of can be obtained.

In addition to the receiver 30, another receiver may be provided after the receiver / relay machine 20.
In the above embodiment, the receiver 30 may not include a cache memory for storing video signals.

  In the above-described embodiment, the display 28 may be regarded as a component of the reception / relay device 20 or may be regarded as a device other than the reception / relay device 20 instead of a component of the reception / relay device 20. good. Similarly, the display 38 may be regarded as a component of the receiver 30, or may be regarded as a device different from the receiver 30 instead of a component of the receiver 30.

It is a lineblock diagram of image display system 1 for vehicles of this embodiment. 3 is a flowchart showing a data transmission process executed in ECU 12 of transmitter 10. 4 is a flowchart showing an image display process executed in the ECU 22 of the reception / relay machine 20. It is drawing showing the effect | action of this embodiment. It is a flowchart showing the data transmission process of 2nd Embodiment. It is a flowchart showing the image display process of 2nd Embodiment. It is drawing explaining the structure and effect | action of the conventional image display system 1 for vehicles.

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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 ... Image display system 10 for vehicles ... Transmitter 14 ... Transmission module 16 ... Reading apparatus 20 ... Reception / relay machine 22a ... Cache memory 24 ... Transmission module 26 ... Reception module 28 ... Display 30 ... Receiver 36 ... Reception module 38 ... display

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  1. A transmitter comprising: authentication means for authenticating transmission of a video signal transmission path; and transmission means for transmitting the video signal to the transmission path authenticated by the authentication means;
    Receiving means for receiving the video signal from the transmitter, and display control means for displaying an image represented by the video signal received by the receiving means on a display device, and received by the receiving means A receiver on the transmission path configured to be able to relay the video signal to a device connected to a subsequent stage on the transmission path;
    In a vehicle image display system mounted on a vehicle,
    The receiver receives a video signal for allowing an image to be displayed for a longer time than the time required for the authentication to be performed by the authentication unit among the video signals received by the reception unit. Comprising storage means for storing updates one by one,
    The vehicular image display system, wherein the display control means reads a video signal stored in the storage means and displays an image represented by the read video signal on the display device.
  2. The vehicle image display system according to claim 1,
    A rear-stage receiving unit that receives the video signal relayed from the receiver on a subsequent stage of the receiver on the transmission path, and a rear-stage display device that displays an image represented by the video signal received by the rear-stage receiving unit A vehicle-side image display system, further comprising: a rear-stage receiver that includes a rear-stage display control unit that displays the first-stage display control means.
  3. In the vehicle image display system according to claim 1 or 2,
    The vehicular image display system, wherein the authentication is authentication for protecting copyright.
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