JP2013117604A - Information display and information service system - Google Patents

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JP2013117604A
JP2013117604A JP2011264603A JP2011264603A JP2013117604A JP 2013117604 A JP2013117604 A JP 2013117604A JP 2011264603 A JP2011264603 A JP 2011264603A JP 2011264603 A JP2011264603 A JP 2011264603A JP 2013117604 A JP2013117604 A JP 2013117604A
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an information display which does not vary an information display location when displaying information received from an information center, and an information service system.SOLUTION: A display point for displaying information received from an information center is defined differently from a reception point. The information is previously received at the reception point from the information center before a vehicle reaches the display point, and the information is displayed immediately at the timing when the vehicle has passed the display point. Thus, a user can confirm information immediately at a specific point and always receive an adjacency guide service comfortably.

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  The present invention relates to an information display device and an information providing system that receive and display information from an information center.

  For example, in a car navigation apparatus, an information providing system that receives and displays information from an information center when a vehicle passes a certain point is provided. In such an information providing system, communication is started with the information center at a timing when the navigation device passes a point for receiving information (hereinafter referred to as “reception point”), and reception information is received when reception of necessary data is completed. Is displayed (see Patent Document 1).

JP-A-11-65434

By the way, in the invention described in Patent Document 1, the server device wirelessly receives the current position of the vehicle and the personal new information of the user from the mobile terminal device mounted on the vehicle, and is associated with the current position of the vehicle. Advertising information is transmitted to the mobile terminal device.
However, since the communication between the server device and the mobile terminal device is performed via the base station of the mobile phone, the time required to complete the reception of information varies depending on the communication environment with the base station. To do. For this reason, even if it is a case where the same information is provided by passing the same point, there exists a problem that the place where information is displayed by the user is not constant.
The present invention has been made in view of the above circumstances, and an object thereof is to provide an information display device and an information providing system in which the display position of information does not fluctuate when displaying information received from an information center. It is in.

According to the inventions of claims 1 and 9, the receiving point for receiving information from the information center is set at a position where information can be received by the display point with reference to the display point for displaying information. When the display point is reached, the received information can be displayed reliably. As a result, the display position can be always constant, so that information can be provided to the user at a position that is always constant.
According to the second aspect of the present invention, since the display point is a circular area, the display point can be appropriately set regardless of the approach to the display point from any direction.
According to the invention of claim 3, since the approach angle for displaying information when the display point is reached is set, the course of the user who enters the display point can be defined.
According to the fourth aspect of the present invention, since the reception point is a circular area, the reception point can be appropriately set regardless of the approach to the reception point from any direction.
According to the invention of claim 5, it is possible to define the course of the user entering the reception point.

According to the sixth aspect of the present invention, it is possible to appropriately set the reception point even when the user's path until passing the display point cannot be predicted.
According to the invention of claim 7, since the information whose expiration date has passed is not displayed, it is possible to always display only fresh information.
According to the invention of claim 8, when the display point is not located on the guide route, information is not requested from the information center even if it is located at the receiving point, so that it is displayed even if it is located at the display point. It is possible to prevent receiving and storing useless information that does not exist.
According to the tenth aspect of the present invention, since the information received from the information center is information according to the user, it is possible to increase the added value of the information by providing effective information to the user.

The block diagram which shows the structure of the car navigation system and information center in 1st Embodiment of this invention. Diagram showing an overview of the information provision system Conceptual diagram showing receiving points Conceptual diagram showing display points Flow chart showing the operation of car navigation Flow chart showing operation of information center A diagram showing the positional relationship between reception points and display points FIG. 1 equivalent view showing a second embodiment of the present invention Conceptual diagram showing that the reception conditions are met FIG. 9 equivalent diagram showing that the reception condition is not satisfied Figure equivalent to FIG. Flowchart showing a car navigation reception start determination module FIG. 5 equivalent view showing a third embodiment of the present invention. The figure explaining the malfunction at the time of the route guidance in 4th Embodiment of this invention. Figure equivalent to FIG. The block diagram which shows the structure of the information center in 5th Embodiment of this invention. Figure equivalent to FIG. 6 equivalent diagram

(First embodiment)
Hereinafter, a first embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS.
FIG. 2 shows an outline of the information providing system. The car navigation device (hereinafter referred to as “car navigation”) and the information center are configured to be communicable via a mobile phone base station, and the car navigation system receives information from the information center and displays it. Yes. That is, when the car navigation system requests information from the information center, the information center transmits the requested information accordingly, and the car navigation system receives and displays the information from the information center. This system is characterized in that a display point for displaying information that has not been set conventionally is set in addition to a reception point for receiving information.

  FIG. 1 is a block diagram showing the configuration of the car navigation system 100 and the information center 200. The car navigation system 100 (corresponding to an information display device) detects a current location (latitude and longitude) by combining signals from the GPS 101, the gyro sensor 102, and the acceleration sensor 103, and the current location detection function unit 104 detects the current location. The information center 200 communicates with the information center 200 and a reception start determination function unit 106 (corresponding to a request unit) that determines the reception start by comparing the received current position with the reception point stored in the reception point coordinate data 105 and requests information. Information receiving unit 108 (corresponding to receiving means) for receiving information received by communication I / F 107 in response to a command from communication I / F 107, reception start determination function unit 106, and information received by information receiving unit 108 Received information storage device 109 (corresponding to storage means) and current location detection function unit 104 A display determination unit 112 (corresponding to display means) that displays the reception information stored in the reception information storage device 109 on the display 111 by comparing the current location with the coordinate data of the display point stored in the display point coordinate data 110. And is configured.

The information center 200 receives a request from the car navigation system 100 through the communication I / F, and transmits information stored in the transmission information DB 202 when the request reception unit 201 receives the request. The request data transmission unit 204 transmits the data to the car navigation system 100 through / F203.
The navigation device constituting the system does not have to be the car navigation system 100, but is a device (smart phone, mobile phone, display, audio, etc.) having a function of displaying cached information on the screen when the vehicle passes the display point. Etc.).

  The car navigation system 100 can set a proximity guidance service. This proximity guidance service notifies the user in advance by displaying information such as gourmet spots, sightseeing spots, and facilities with proximity guidance information located in the direction of travel of the vehicle in front of them. This is performed by acquiring information from the center 200. In this case, information from the information center 200 is displayed when the vehicle passes the reception point, and the received information is displayed when the vehicle passes the display point. These reception points and display points are automatically set by the information center 200 according to the traveling position of the vehicle. That is, the information center 200 knows the current position of the vehicle through communication with the vehicle, and sets the reception point and the display point by predicting the traveling direction of the vehicle from the change.

  As an example of the proximity guidance service, for example, it is considered to display a virtual guidance display board for guiding the destination of the intersection at 300 m before the intersection. By displaying such a virtual guidance display board, it is possible to notify the user of intersection information in advance, so that the user can drive with a margin by recognizing the information of the intersection in advance. It becomes. In this case, when the virtual guidance display board is displayed, the fact that the intersection is 300 m ahead is also displayed or voice guided at the same time. Therefore, the display point must be 300 m before the intersection, and until the display point is reached. The reception of information from the information center 200 needs to be finished.

  FIG. 3 is a conceptual diagram showing reception points. The reception point is a range (circular shape) of a position where reception of information from the information center 200 is started while the vehicle is traveling, where the coordinates and radius of the center of the circle are defined, and the approach angle is further defined. The approach angle is an angle at which control for receiving information is possible only when the vehicle enters from a predetermined direction. The coordinate data (center coordinate, radius, approach angle) of these reception points is defined by the information center 200 and stored in the reception point coordinate data 105. When the position of the vehicle detected by the current location detection function unit 104 enters the range of the reception point from the approach angle, the reception start determination function unit 106 starts communication with the information center 200 and corresponds to the reception point. Information is received and cached in the received information storage device 109. The cached information includes information about which display point is displayed, that is, information associated with the display point corresponding to the reception point.

FIG. 4 is a conceptual diagram showing display points. The display point is a range (a circle) of a position where information received and stored by the reception point while the vehicle is traveling is displayed on the display 111 (circular). An angle is defined. The coordinate data of the display point is stored in the display point coordinate data 110. When the position of the vehicle detected by the current position detection function unit 104 enters the display point range from the specified approach angle, the car navigation system 100 displays the display point. Information received at the corresponding reception point (information received and stored in advance) is displayed on the display 111.
Here, the reception point is set at a position where information from the information center 200 can be received before reaching the display point with reference to the display point. This means that when the reception is started at the reception point, the information requested from the information center 200 can be reliably received until the display point is reached.

Next, the operation of the above configuration will be described.
When the proximity guidance service is set for the car navigation system 100, the car navigation system 100 requests the proximity guidance service from the information center 200. When a proximity guidance service is requested, the information center 200 predicts the traveling direction from the change in the current location of the vehicle, and whether there are, for example, a gourmet spot, a tourist spot, or a facility having proximity guidance information located in the traveling direction. If there exists, the coordinate data (center coordinates, radius (for example, 50 m), the approach angle (for example, 170 ° to 190 ° with true north as 0 °), and the received information are received. The coordinate data (center coordinate, radius, approach angle) of the display point for displaying information is transmitted to the car navigation 100. The car navigation 100 stores the information of the reception point received from the information center 200 in the reception point coordinate data 105, and the information. The display point information received from the center 200 is stored in the display point coordinate data 110.

  The coordinate data corresponding to the information of these points is set so as to be on the road located in the traveling direction of the vehicle. Specifically, a display point is set on a road 300 m before the proximity guidance target, and a reception point is set on a road 700 m before the display point, for example. The distance between the reception point and the display point (distance between points) is determined in consideration of the speed limit of the road and the time required to communicate the proximity guidance information. That is, as the speed limit on the road increases, the distance between points is set larger, and as the time required for communicating the proximity guidance information becomes longer, the distance between points is set larger. In this case, the radius set for the point is set according to the road width. That is, the larger the road width, the larger the setting.

FIG. 5 is a flowchart showing the operation of the car navigation system 100, and FIG. 6 is a flowchart showing the operation of the information center 200. Note that a proximity guidance service is set in the car navigation system 100, and coordinate data (center coordinates, radius, approach angle) of reception points and display points corresponding to proximity guidance objects located in the traveling direction are set in advance by the information center 200. It is assumed that
The car navigation system 100 periodically detects the current location of the vehicle by the current location detection function unit 104 (S101), and has passed the display point (S102) or the reception point every time the current location is acquired (S103). ). If the current location is within the reception point range, it is determined that the reception point has been passed (S103: YES), an information request is transmitted to the information center 200 (S104), and information is received from the information center 200. Wait (S105).

  The information center 200 determines whether an information request has been received from the car navigation system 100 (S201), and if received (S201: YES), transmits information corresponding to the request to the car navigation system 100 (S202). Specifically, since the car navigation system 100 becomes a receiving point when it is 1 km before the intersection that is the proximity guidance target, the information center 200 requests information on the virtual guidance display board from the information center 200. The requested information on the virtual guidance display board is transmitted to the car navigation system 100.

When the car navigation system 100 receives the information on the virtual guidance display board requested from the information center 200 (S105: YES), the car navigation system 100 caches (stores) the received information in the reception information storage device 109 (S106). When the vehicle advances and the current location becomes a display point (S102: YES), a virtual guidance display board which is cached designated information is displayed (S107).
With the above operation, the virtual guidance display board received at the reception point is displayed at the display point, so that the user can confirm in advance information on the intersection located in the traveling direction of the vehicle. Thereby, the user can drive the vehicle with a margin.

According to such an embodiment, the following effects can be produced.
A display point for displaying the information received from the information center 200 is defined separately from the reception point, and the information is received in advance from the information center 200 at the reception point before the vehicle reaches the display point, and passes through the display point. Since the information is displayed immediately at the timing, the user can immediately confirm the information at a certain point and can always receive a comfortable proximity guidance service.

Since the reception point and the display point are circular areas, the reception point and the display point can be appropriately set regardless of the entry to the reception point or the display point from any direction.
Since the approach angle at which information is received or displayed when the reception point or display point is reached can be set, it is possible to define the course of the user entering the reception point or display point.

(Second Embodiment)
Next, a second embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIG. 7 to FIG. 12. The same parts as those in the first embodiment are denoted by the same reference numerals, and description thereof is omitted.
In the method of displaying information when the vehicle enters at an approach angle defined with respect to the display point as in the first embodiment, the user's course cannot be predicted, so the positional relationship between the reception point and the display point is determined. As shown in FIG. 7, it is necessary to set a reception point at which the distance to the display point is constant on all the routes where the user may reach the display point, which is not efficient.

  Therefore, instead of setting a reception point, reception start determination is performed based on the distance between the user and the display point and the direction of the user with respect to the display point. Specifically, a reception start determination method is adopted in which reception is started when the user enters within a specified distance from a specified range of directions. Thereby, it is not necessary to provide the coordinate data of the receiving point described in the first embodiment.

In FIG. 8 schematically showing the overall configuration of the information providing system, the car navigation system 100 omits the reception point coordinate data 105 provided in the first embodiment.
Further, in FIG. 11 showing the operation of the car navigation system 100, the difference from the first embodiment is that the reception start determination is executed every time it is determined that the display point has not been passed when the current location is detected (S102: NO). (S301). Since other steps in FIG. 11 are the same as those in the first embodiment, the description thereof is omitted. Further, the display determination is the same as that in the first embodiment, and the description thereof is omitted. The same applies to the following embodiments.

The car navigation system 100 is configured to execute a reception start determination module that is not executed in the first embodiment.
FIG. 12 is a flowchart illustrating the reception start determination module. The car navigation system 100 calculates the distance between the current location and the display point (S401), and when the distance is within the designated distance (within the distance X) (S402: YES), calculates the direction of the user with respect to the display point (S403), If the calculated direction is within the designated direction as shown in FIG. 9 (S404: YES), reception is started (S405). On the other hand, if the calculated direction is not within the designated direction even within the designated distance X as shown in FIG. 10 (S404: NO), reception is not started.

  According to such an embodiment, even if it is not possible to predict the user's course until the display point is passed, the display point is reached without setting a plurality of reception points as in the first embodiment. By doing so, information from the information center 200 can be reliably received and displayed at the display point.

(Third embodiment)
Next, a third embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIG.
Since the first embodiment and the second embodiment are methods for predicting the user's course, the user passes the display point depending on the course of the vehicle even though the information is received through the reception point. Received information may not be displayed. At this time, the information received at the receiving point is not displayed on the display 111 and may not be deleted and accumulated as unnecessary information in the car navigation system 100. In addition, when a break is made before passing through the display point, for example, a relatively long time may be spent between receiving information and displaying it, and information with poor freshness may be displayed.

Therefore, the third embodiment is characterized in that an expiration date can be set for the received information in order to prevent these problems.
Specifically, the car navigation system 100 checks the expiration date (for example, 5 minutes) of the received information every time it detects the current location (S101) as shown in FIG. 13 (S501). (S502: YES), the specified information cached from the received information storage device 109 is deleted (S503). Thereby, unnecessary information can be deleted and the freshness of the information can be maintained. That is, information whose expiration date has passed after completion of reception is not displayed even if it passes through the display point, and is not displayed. Although FIG. 13 is shown based on FIG. 11 of the second embodiment, it may be based on FIG. 5 of the first embodiment.

  According to such an embodiment, information that has expired among the information received at the receiving point is not displayed even when the display point is reached. Can only display.

(Fourth embodiment)
Next, a fourth embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS.
In each of the above embodiments, when the route guidance is performed based on the guidance route searched by the search means included in the car navigation system 100, the course of the vehicle is uniquely determined. At this time, as shown in FIG. 14, since the display point through which the vehicle passes is determined in advance, the information on the display point that does not pass does not transmit a request to the information center 200 even if the reception conditions of the above embodiments are satisfied. The reception will not start. When the vehicle deviates from the guide route, the above control is performed according to the recalculated route. Thereby, the possibility of receiving useless information can be suppressed.

  Specifically, as shown in FIG. 15, immediately after the reception start determination is made (S301), it is determined whether there is a corresponding display point on the guide route (S601), and the corresponding display point exists. If so (S601: YES), information is received from the information center 200, and if it does not exist (S601: NO), no information is received.

  According to such an embodiment, if the display point is not located on the guidance route, the car navigation system 100 does not request information from the information center 200 even if the current location is located at the reception point. It is possible to prevent receiving and storing useless information that is not displayed even if it is located in the area.

(Fifth embodiment)
Next, a fifth embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS.
In each of the above embodiments, the information center 200 manages an ID for identifying an individual, and information is received according to the type of user and vehicle (gender, age, vehicle type, type of the car navigation system 100, etc.) when receiving the information. It is possible to change the type. In other words, the characters are enlarged or the contents of the information are changed according to the age. Thereby, it is possible to provide appropriate information according to the user.

FIG. 16 is a block diagram showing the configuration of the information center 200. In the personal ID DB 205, user and vehicle information is input and stored in advance for initial setting of the service, and the personal ID management unit 206 stores the personal ID received by the request receiving unit 201 in the personal ID DB 205. An individual is identified by comparing with an ID. The transmission information DB 207 stores information corresponding to the individual, and the request data transmission unit 204 transmits information corresponding to the individual specified by the personal ID management unit 206.
Specifically, when the car navigation system 100 starts to receive information during the proximity guidance service as shown in FIG. 17 (S302: YES), the car navigation system 100 transmits a personal ID identifying the individual to the information center 200 together with the information request. (S701).

As shown in FIG. 18, when receiving the information request and the personal ID from the car navigation system 100 (S801), the information center 200 transmits information corresponding to the received personal ID to the car navigation system 100 (S802).
When receiving information from the information center 200 (S105: YES), the car navigation system 100 caches the received information in the received information storage device 109 (S106), and passes the display point (S102: YES) and is cached. The designated information is displayed (S107).

  According to such an embodiment, since the information received from the information center 200 is information according to the user, it is possible to increase the added value of the information by providing effective information to the user.

(Other embodiments)
The present invention is not limited to the above embodiment, and can be modified or expanded as follows.
You may make it change the magnitude | size of a receiving point or a display point according to road environment. In other words, in road environments where roads are dense, there are cases where reception points or display points straddle multiple roads. In such cases, the reception points or display points are only on one road. The size can be set.
The reception point or display point does not need to be circular, and may be rectangular. In this case, the rectangular side is provided so as to be orthogonal to the road.

  In the drawings, 100 is a car navigation system (information display device), 106 is a reception start determination function unit (request unit), 108 is an information reception unit (reception unit), 109 is a reception information storage device (storage unit), and 112 is a display determination unit. (Display means) 200 is an information center.

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  1. Request means for requesting information from the information center when the current location is located at the receiving point, receiving means for receiving information from the information center, storage means for storing information received by the receiving means, and current location as a display point An information display device comprising display means for displaying information stored in the storage means when located in
    The information display device according to claim 1, wherein the reception point is set at a position where information from the information center can be received before reaching the display point with the display point as a reference.
  2.   The information display device according to claim 1, wherein the display point is set in a circular area indicated by center coordinates and a radius.
  3. The display point is set with an approach angle with respect to the center,
    3. The information display device according to claim 2, wherein the display means displays information stored in the storage means when the display point is entered at the approach angle.
  4.   4. The information display device according to claim 1, wherein the reception point is set in an area indicated by center coordinates and a radius.
  5. The reception point has an approach angle with respect to the center,
    The information display device according to claim 4, wherein the receiving unit receives information from the information center when entering the reception point at the approach angle.
  6.   The receiving means determines whether or not to receive information from the information center based on a distance between the current location and the display point, and a direction from the display point to the current location, instead of the reception point. The information display device according to claim 1, characterized in that:
  7.   7. The information display apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the display means does not display information whose expiration date has passed since the receiving means received information from the information center.
  8. A search means for searching for a guide route to the destination input by the user;
    8. The request unit according to claim 1, wherein the request unit does not request information from the information center when the display point is not located on the guide route searched by the search unit. Information display device.
  9. An information display device according to any one of claims 1 to 8,
    An information center for communicating with the information display device and transmitting information requested from the information display device;
    An information providing system characterized by comprising:
  10. The request means transmits personal information identifying a user when requesting information,
    10. The information providing system according to claim 9, wherein the information center transmits information according to a user when the personal information is received.
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