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JP2013235323A
JP2013235323A JP2012105905A JP2012105905A JP2013235323A JP 2013235323 A JP2013235323 A JP 2013235323A JP 2012105905 A JP2012105905 A JP 2012105905A JP 2012105905 A JP2012105905 A JP 2012105905A JP 2013235323 A JP2013235323 A JP 2013235323A
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Provided is a location management system that specifies not only a user's staying point but also an action time point when a predetermined action is performed based on position information acquired from a mobile terminal.
A storage device 7 in which a server device 200 connected to a mobile terminal 100 that stores location information including latitude and longitude and a positioning date and time is registered in advance with destination information related to a place where a user regularly goes. Based on a plurality of pieces of position information from the mobile terminal 100, extracting a time zone of a predetermined length or more without substantial movement, deriving the extracted time zone as stay point information, By referring to the information, the destination point information included in the predetermined area centered on the stay point of the stay point information is extracted, the stay start date and time of the stay point information, the destination point name of the extracted destination point information, the destination point The action point information is derived using the latitude and destination point longitude as the action date, action point name, action point latitude, and action point longitude.
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  The present invention relates to a staying point in addition to a staying point from a record storing location information acquired at a predetermined time interval in a mobile terminal such as a smart phone or a tablet terminal that incorporates a GPS device or a car navigation device mounted on a vehicle. The present invention relates to a location management system that also identifies action points related to the.

  Usually, we act with various movements in daily life and business. Among the actions are regular stays and visits to specific places. A diary or daily report on stays and visits is created after the time spent in such a place is memorized in advance in the heads of the parties or written down. However, when creating a diary or daily report, there are problems in that it takes time to create while following the memory, or an error occurs in the contents of the creation.

  As the solution, for example, systems described in Patent Document 1, Patent Document 2, and Patent Document 3 are known. In any system, the stay point is estimated or specified from the accumulated position information. In Patent Document 1, position data is acquired from a GPS in a mobile terminal device, and when the position is within a certain range for a set time or longer, it is determined that the vehicle is at the destination, and the destination stay data is determined from the stay time at the destination. And formats such as diaries and blogs. In Patent Document 2, location information is generated by receiving location information, access points, detection date and time, etc. as user movement history information from a location information collection device and a wireless communication network. In Patent Document 3, based on GPS data acquired from a mobile terminal, a stay point and a destination point are obtained as mesh-like region units on map data, and a stay probability and a movement probability for each time zone are calculated for each region. The transition of the place where the mobile terminal is staying is estimated.

  In these conventional techniques, the location information relating to the movement of the user is always recorded and stored, so that the staying point is automatically output by the prepared analysis logic.

JP 2009-200698 A JP 2010-277190 A JP 2011-128725 A

  However, in the above-described prior art, it is possible to specify and estimate the staying point of the user, but it is not taught what kind of action the user has performed at what facility around the staying point.

  An object of the present invention is to provide a system that can specify an action time point when a predetermined action is performed in addition to a user's stay point based on position information acquired from a mobile terminal.

In order to achieve the above object, the present invention provides the following configurations.
An aspect of the location management system of the present invention includes a server device connected via a communication network to a mobile terminal that acquires position information including latitude and longitude detected at predetermined time intervals and detected positioning date and time. In the location management system, the server device
A storage device that pre-registers destination information including at least a destination name, a destination latitude, and a destination longitude related to a place where the user of the mobile terminal regularly stays or visits;
Based on the positioning date, latitude, and longitude of each of the plurality of position information received from the mobile terminal, a time zone of a predetermined length or more without substantial movement is extracted, and the first of the extracted time zone Means for deriving stay point information with the positioning date and time, latitude and longitude of the position information as the stay start date and time, stay point latitude and stay point longitude, respectively;
By referring to the destination point information, the destination point information including the destination point latitude and the destination point longitude within a predetermined area centered on the stay point latitude and the stay point latitude of the stay point information is extracted. Deriving action point information including at least the stay start date and time of the information and the destination point name, destination latitude and destination point longitude of the extracted destination point information as the action date and time, action point name, action point latitude and action point longitude, respectively. Means.

  In the above system, when the server device extracts a time zone of a predetermined length or more without substantial movement based on the positioning date, latitude, and longitude of each of the plurality of position information, two consecutive positions For each set of information, calculate the moving speed from the difference in latitude and longitude and the difference in positioning date and time, detect the time zone in which the calculated moving speed lasts below the specified minimum speed, and detect the length of the detected time zone It is preferable to extract a time zone whose length is equal to or greater than a predetermined minimum time length.

In the system, a plurality of the action point information is sorted in time series based on each action date and time and displayed on a screen;
It is preferable to have means for creating a diary or daily report on the screen using the displayed action point information as base data.

  According to the location management system of the present invention, it is possible to extract an action point where an action was actually made in addition to a stay point from the accumulated position information.

FIG. 1 is a configuration diagram schematically showing an example of the configuration of a location management system to which the present invention is applied. FIG. 2 is a diagram illustrating an example of a data configuration of position information stored in the external storage medium of the mobile terminal and the storage device of the server device. FIG. 3 is a diagram illustrating an example of a data configuration of stay point information stored in the storage device of the server device. FIG. 4 is a diagram illustrating an example of a data configuration of destination point information stored in the storage device of the server device. FIG. 5 is a diagram illustrating an example of a data configuration of action point information stored in the storage device of the server device. FIG. 6 is a flowchart showing an example of a processing procedure of the location management system shown in FIG.

  Hereinafter, a location management system to which the present invention is applied will be described with reference to the drawings showing an example of an embodiment to which the present invention is applied.

  FIG. 1 is a configuration diagram schematically showing an example of the configuration of a location management system to which the present invention is applied. Here, “location management” means management of information on a position, that is, a point where the user has moved and acted.

  In FIG. 1, reference numerals 1, 2, 3, and 4 indicate main elements constituting the mobile terminal 100, and reference numerals 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 indicate main elements that configure the server device 200. Indicates.

  The mobile terminal 100 is possessed by a user who is an object of location management by this system. The mobile terminal 100 is, for example, a car navigation device mounted on a vehicle, a smartphone or a tablet terminal with a built-in GPS device, or the like. The mobile terminal 100 includes a processing device 1 including a memory such as a microprocessor, DRAM, and SRAM, a sensor device 2 including a vehicle speed sensor, a gyroscope, and a GPS receiver, and data acquired from the sensor device 2. An external storage medium 3 that stores position information determined by the processing device 1 based on the interface, and an interface for transmitting the position information stored in the external storage medium 3 to the server device 200 via a communication network such as the Internet or a LAN. And a communication device 4 such as a mobile phone.

  Each function of the mobile terminal 100 is realized by the microprocessor of the processing device 1 reading a predetermined program stored in the external storage medium 3 into the memory and executing it.

  The server device 200 is connected as a processing device 5 including a memory such as a microprocessor, a DRAM, and an SRAM, and an interface for connecting to a communication network such as the Internet or a LAN so as to receive position information from the mobile terminal 100. The device 6, the storage device 7 for storing the position information sent from the mobile terminal 100, and recording / saving the stay point information, the destination point information and the action point information, and the user An input device 8 for inputting daily reports, a display device 9 for displaying position information, destination point information and action point information, diaries, daily reports and the like sent from the mobile terminal 100, and diaries and daily reports. And a printing apparatus 10 that outputs a form.

  Each function of the server device 200 is realized by the microprocessor of the processing device 5 reading a predetermined program stored in the storage device 7 and executing it.

  FIG. 2 is a diagram illustrating an example of a data configuration of position information stored in the external storage medium 3 of the mobile terminal 100 and the storage device 7 of the server device 200. The position information is stored in the external storage medium 3 of the mobile terminal 100 during operation of the system, transmitted to the server device 200 via the communication network, and stored in the storage device 7. As position information, data of “positioning date / time”, “latitude”, and “longitude” are stored in one record. The positioning date and time is the date and time when position detection is performed by the sensor device 2. The time interval for recording the position information is arbitrary, but a time interval of several seconds to several tens of seconds is desirable.

  FIG. 3 is a diagram illustrating an example of a data configuration of the stay point information stored in the storage device 7 of the server device 200. The stay point information is derived by the processing device 6 of the server device 200 based on the stored location information record shown in FIG. This deriving process of stay point information is performed after collecting location information collected for a certain period, such as daily batch processing. As stay point information, data of “stay start date / time”, “stay point latitude”, and “stay point longitude” are stored in one record.

  The stay point information is derived as follows. The time interval calculated from the difference between the “positioning date / time” of two consecutive records (for example, the position information # 0 and the position information # 1) in the plurality of position information shown in FIG. 2, the “latitude” and the “longitude” Using the distance calculated from the difference, the moving speed between two points corresponding to two consecutive pieces of position information can be calculated. This moving speed is calculated for each set of two consecutive records in the plurality of position information. When the distance calculated from the two records is “0”, the moving speed is also “0”. Next, in the time series of the calculated movement speed, a time zone in which the movement speed is “0” is detected.

  Here, when no movement occurs, the condition is that the movement speed is “0”. However, instead of this condition, the movement speed may be a predetermined minimum speed or less. This condition determines that the movement is not substantially performed even for a very slow movement or movement within a limited range. The condition that the moving speed is “0” is also one of the conditions that the moving speed is equal to or less than a predetermined minimum speed.

  Further, a time period in which the detected time period during which the state of the movement speed “0” is maintained is equal to or greater than a predetermined minimum time period is extracted. When such a time zone is extracted, it is determined that the user stayed at substantially the same position during that time zone, and one record of stay point information is stored. At that time, “positioning date / time” of the first location information in that time zone is set as “stay start date / time”, and “latitude” and “longitude” of the first location information are “stay location latitude” and “stay location longitude”, respectively. To do. For example, when the time interval for recording position information is 10 seconds and the minimum time length is 15 minutes, when the moving speed “0” calculated from two consecutive records of position information continues 90 times or more, Save one record of stay point information.

  As described above, the stay point information is derived by extracting a time zone of a predetermined length or more without substantial movement based on the positioning date, latitude, and longitude of each of the plurality of position information.

  FIG. 4 is a diagram illustrating an example of a data configuration of destination point information stored in the storage device 7 of the server device 200. The destination point information is stored in advance in the storage device 7 prior to actual operation of the system. The user inputs the destination point information from the input device 8 of the server device 200. As destination point information, data of “target point name”, “destination point address”, “destination point longitude”, “destination point latitude”, and “standard event” are stored in one record.

  Destination information includes the “destination name” and “destination address” indicating the location of the place where the user often stays or visits regularly in the daily activities of the user, and the “destination point” indicating the position. Save "Longitude" and "Destination Latitude". Further, when there is an event that is routinely performed at the place, a “standard event” indicating the event is stored.

  As another example of the registration form of the destination point information, the user of the mobile terminal 100 may be configured to transmit and register from the mobile terminal 100 to the server device 200.

  FIG. 5 is a diagram illustrating an example of a data configuration of action point information stored in the storage device 7 of the server device 200. The action point information is derived by the processing device 6 of the server device 200 based on the stay point information shown in FIG. 3 and the destination point information shown in FIG. This action point information derivation process may be performed subsequent to the stay point information derivation process of FIG. As action point information, data of “action date / time”, “action point name”, “action point address”, “action point longitude”, “action point latitude”, and “standard event” are stored in one record.

  The action point information is derived as follows. The destination point information of FIG. 4 is referred to based on the latitude and longitude of the stay point information of one record of FIG. More specifically, the destination point information having the destination point latitude and the destination point longitude included within the radius of 100 m, for example, is searched and extracted with the stay point as the center. If one or more destination point information is extracted, action point information is preserve | saved in the memory | storage device 7 based on stay point information and each destination point information. At that time, “stay start date / time” of the stay point information is set as “action date / time” of the action point information, and “destination name”, “destination address”, “destination longitude”, “destination latitude” of the destination point information. , “Standard event” is “action point name”, “action point address”, “action point longitude”, “action point latitude”, and “standard event” of the action point information. Therefore, one or a plurality of action point information may be derived as candidates from the stay point information of one record and stored, but appropriate action point information (points actually performed by the user) among those candidates. Is selected by the user (see step 109 in FIG. 6 described later).

  FIG. 6 is a flowchart showing an example of a processing procedure of the location management system shown in FIG.

  First, prior to system operation, the user inputs destination point information in advance from the input device 8 of the server device 200 (step 101), and the server device 200 registers the destination point information shown in FIG. (Step 102).

  When the system is in operation, the mobile terminal 100 stores and accumulates the mobile terminal user location information acquired by the sensor device 2 and the processing device 1 in the external storage medium 3 (step 103).

  The location information stored in the external storage medium 3 is transmitted from the communication device 4 of the mobile terminal 100 to the communication device 5 of the server device 200 via the communication network (step 104). The movement information is transmitted periodically, for example, daily batches. Usually, a certain amount of position information is accumulated at the time of transmission.

  The server device 200 receives the position information and stores it in the storage device 7 (step 105). Next, a process for deriving the stay point information based on the position information stored in the storage device 7 is performed, and the derived stay point information is stored in the storage device 7 (step 106). The process for deriving the stay point information is as described in FIG.

  Further, the server device 200 performs processing for deriving the action point information based on the stay point information and the destination point information, and stores the derived action point information in the storage device 7 (step 107). The processing to be performed is as described in FIG. The process for deriving the action point information is periodically performed, for example, daily batch.

  If a plurality of action point information is obtained, the information is sorted in time series based on the “action date and time”, and the result is displayed on the display device 9 (step 108). By displaying the action point name and the like, the user can surely recall the memory of his / her action. The displayed action point information is base data for the user to create a diary, daily report, and the like. For example, the action date and time, the action spot name, the action spot address, or the contents of the routine event can be copied and used as they are in a diary or daily report. The user confirms the diary, daily report, etc. on the display device 9 using the displayed action point information as base data, corrects it, etc., and completes it (step 109). In that case, although a plurality of action point information candidates may be output for one action date and time, the user selects an appropriate one (actually performed point). When the diary, daily report, etc. are completed, the printing apparatus 10 appropriately prints and outputs a form (step 110).

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Mobile terminal processing device 2 Sensor device 3 External storage medium 4 Mobile terminal communication device 5 Server device communication device 6 Server device processing device 7 Storage device 8 Input device 9 Display device 10 Printing device 100 Mobile terminal 200 Server device

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  1. In a location management system including a server device connected via a communication network to a mobile terminal that acquires position information including latitude and longitude detected at a predetermined time interval and detected positioning date and time, the server device includes: ,
    A storage device that pre-registers destination information including at least a destination name, a destination latitude, and a destination longitude related to a place where the user of the mobile terminal regularly stays or visits;
    Based on the positioning date, latitude, and longitude of each of the plurality of position information received from the mobile terminal, a time zone of a predetermined length or more without substantial movement is extracted, and the first of the extracted time zone Means for deriving stay point information with the positioning date and time, latitude and longitude of the position information as the stay start date and time, stay point latitude and stay point longitude, respectively;
    By referring to the destination point information, the destination point information including the destination point latitude and the destination point longitude within a predetermined area centered on the stay point latitude and the stay point latitude of the stay point information is extracted. Deriving action point information including at least the stay start date and time of the information and the destination point name, destination latitude and destination point longitude of the extracted destination point information as the action date and time, action point name, action point latitude and action point longitude, respectively. And a location management system.
  2. The server device, when extracting a time zone of a predetermined length or more without substantial movement based on the positioning date and time, latitude and longitude of each of the plurality of position information,
    For each set of two consecutive location information, the moving speed is calculated from the difference in latitude and longitude and the difference in positioning date and time, and the time zone in which the calculated moving speed lasts below a predetermined minimum speed is detected and detected. The location management system according to claim 1, wherein a time zone in which the length of the selected time zone is equal to or greater than a predetermined minimum time length is extracted.
  3. Means for sorting a plurality of the action point information in time series based on each action date and time and displaying them on the screen;
    The location management system according to claim 1, further comprising means for creating a diary or daily report on the screen using the displayed action point information as base data.
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