JP2019144640A - Crewman relief system - Google Patents

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JP2019144640A
JP2019144640A JP2018025923A JP2018025923A JP2019144640A JP 2019144640 A JP2019144640 A JP 2019144640A JP 2018025923 A JP2018025923 A JP 2018025923A JP 2018025923 A JP2018025923 A JP 2018025923A JP 2019144640 A JP2019144640 A JP 2019144640A
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良孝 浦田
Yoshitaka Urata
良孝 浦田
忠孝 八幡
Tadako Yahata
忠孝 八幡
愛香 磯谷
Aika Isotani
愛香 磯谷
渡邊 武司
Takeshi Watanabe
武司 渡邊
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An object of the present invention is to suppress excessive control while improving the protection performance of a person left in a vehicle. A vehicle occupant relief system including an automatic traveling system is a first control for determining success or failure of an abnormal condition including the presence of a person in a passenger compartment having a temperature equal to or higher than a first predetermined temperature while the vehicle is stopped. 1A and a first control unit that performs initial control to contact the communication device 30 owned by the owner of the vehicle 10 to operate the air conditioner 26 and search for the evacuation destination of the vehicle 10 when an abnormal condition is established 1B, after the start of the initial control, a second determination unit 1C that determines that the cancellation condition is satisfied when the passenger compartment temperature is lower than the second predetermined temperature lower than the first predetermined temperature, and a predetermined value from the start of the initial control. When the cancellation condition is not satisfied even after a lapse of time, a second avoidance control including at least one of moving the vehicle 10 to a predetermined destination by automatic traveling and making an emergency call to the external engine 50 is performed. And a control unit 1D. [Selection] Figure 1

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  The present invention relates to an occupant relief system that is provided in a vehicle having a function capable of automatically traveling without depending on a manual driving operation and that rescues a person left in a high-temperature passenger compartment.
  Conventionally, as one of the additional functions of a vehicle, a function of monitoring a passenger's health condition and vehicle interior environment and notifying the outside of the vehicle as necessary has been expanded. For example, Patent Document 1 detects the temperature inside a vehicle and the presence or absence of a person inside the vehicle, and if there is a person inside the vehicle, the fact that there is a person inside the vehicle before the vehicle temperature reaches a dangerous temperature for the human body is indicated outside the vehicle. An apparatus for reporting is disclosed. Further, Patent Document 2 discloses a system for notifying a driver of a detected abnormal situation when an abnormality in the vehicle is automatically detected.
Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 2002-63668 JP 2001-160192 A
  However, as described in Patent Documents 1 and 2 above, even if an abnormality in the vehicle is reported to the outside of the vehicle or to the driver, the person who has received the notification does not necessarily notice the notification, and may immediately go to the vehicle that has reported it. Not exclusively. On the other hand, when an abnormality in the vehicle is found, when reporting to an external organization such as a medical institution or police uniformly, a situation in which the notification is not noticed can be avoided. However, there is a possibility of being notified to an external engine in spite of a situation in which the driver or the like is rushed immediately, which may result in excessive notification (control). That is, it is preferable to suppress excessive control, while it may not be possible to adequately protect a person who is left in the vehicle due to a delay in the remedy by merely reporting.
  In recent years, development of an automatic driving system (automatic driving system) for automatically driving a vehicle instead of a manual driving operation by a driver has been promoted. Therefore, the driving system is suitable for a vehicle equipped with this automatic driving system. Development of a relief system is desired.
  The occupant relief system of the present invention has been devised in view of such problems, and an object thereof is to suppress excessive control while improving the protection performance of a person left in the vehicle. The present invention is not limited to this purpose, and is a function and effect derived from each configuration shown in the embodiment for carrying out the invention described later, and has another function and effect that cannot be obtained by conventional techniques. is there.
  (1) An occupant relief system disclosed herein is an occupant relief system provided in a vehicle having a function capable of automatically traveling regardless of a manual driving operation, and the vehicle is stopped at a first predetermined temperature or more while the vehicle is stopped. A first determination unit for determining success or failure of an abnormal condition including the presence of a person in the passenger compartment of the vehicle, and a communication device owned by the vehicle owner when the abnormal condition is satisfied, and air conditioning the vehicle A first control unit that operates the device and performs initial control for searching for an evacuation destination of the vehicle; and after the start of the initial control, the cabin temperature becomes lower than a second predetermined temperature that is lower than the first predetermined temperature. A second determination unit that determines that the cancellation condition is satisfied, and if the cancellation condition is not satisfied even after a predetermined time has elapsed since the start of the initial control, at least the vehicle is automatically moved to a predetermined destination Move It has it and a second control unit for performing the avoidance control including one of performing the emergency call to an external organization, the.
(2) It is preferable that the initial control includes communication with a communication device possessed by a close relative of the owner existing within a certain distance from the vehicle.
(3) It is preferable that the current location of the relative is included in the evacuation destination. In this case, it is preferable that the second control unit sets the evacuation destination as the destination when the evacuation destination is hit in the initial control and the close relative is contacted.
(4) It is preferable that the second control unit sets the transport destination as the destination when the transport destination is designated by the external engine that has made the emergency call.
(5) It is preferable that the second determination unit determines that the cancellation condition is satisfied even when there is no more person in the vehicle interior after the start of the initial control.
(6) It is preferable that the avoidance control includes communication with the communication device owned by the owner.
  According to the disclosed passenger relief system, it is possible to suppress excessive control while improving the protection performance of a person left in the vehicle.
1 is a block diagram illustrating the overall configuration of an occupant relief system according to an embodiment. 2 is a flowchart illustrating a control procedure of the occupant relief system of FIG. 1.
  An occupant relief system as an embodiment will be described with reference to the drawings. The embodiment described below is merely an example, and there is no intention of excluding various modifications and technical applications that are not explicitly described in the following embodiment.
[1. Device configuration]
The occupant relief system according to the present embodiment is provided in a vehicle having a function (automatic traveling system) capable of automatically traveling regardless of a manual driving operation. The automatic traveling system causes the vehicle to travel instead of a driver's manual operation by performing all of acceleration, steering and braking on the vehicle. In the present embodiment, a vehicle capable of unmanned automatic traveling is illustrated.
  As shown in FIG. 1, the vehicle 10 of the present embodiment includes a control device 1 for controlling the operating state of the vehicle 10, a communication device 2 for acquiring information other than the vehicle 10, and a navigation system 3. Provided. Further, the vehicle 10 includes sensors 11 to 22 that detect information about the vehicle 10, devices 23 to 25 that operate (accelerate, brake, and steer) the vehicle 10, an air conditioner 26, and an alarm device 27. The sensors 11 to 22 are connected to the input side of the control device 1 and transmit the acquired information to the control device 1. On the other hand, each device 23 to 27 is connected to the output side of the control device 1, and each operation state is controlled by the control device 1. Hereinafter, these will be described in order.
  The power switch 11 is an input means for operating on / off of the main power supply of the vehicle 10, and the shift sensor 12 detects a shift position. The door sensor 13 detects the locked state of the door of the vehicle 10, and the temperature sensor 14 detects the temperature inside the vehicle 10 (vehicle compartment temperature). The indoor camera 15 captures the interior of the vehicle as a video image, and is a means for detecting whether a person is present in the interior of the vehicle.
  The vehicle speed sensor 16 and the acceleration sensor 17 are for detecting the vehicle speed and acceleration of the vehicle 10, respectively. The steering angle sensor 18 is for detecting the steering angle of the steering. The brake sensor 19 and the accelerator sensor 20 detect the depression amounts of the brake pedal and the accelerator pedal. The front sensor 21 is, for example, a camera, a radar, an ultrasonic sensor, or the like, and acquires all information in front of the vehicle 10. The side sensor 22 is also a camera, a radar, an ultrasonic sensor or the like, for example, and acquires all information on the side and rear of the vehicle 10.
  The drive device 23 is a drive source (engine or electric motor) of the vehicle 10 or a transmission mechanism, and the brake device 24 is a brake device or a regenerative brake system that applies a braking force to the vehicle 10. The steering device 25 is an electric power steering device that assists the steering operation by the driver. The air conditioner 26 adjusts the air conditioning environment (temperature, humidity, ventilation state, etc.) in the passenger compartment, and operates according to the operation of the passenger. The alarm device 27 is a device that emits an alarm sound (buzzer sound or alarm sound) in the vehicle interior.
  The communication device 2 is an electronic control device that transmits and receives information by communicating with a communicable target other than the vehicle 10. The communication device 2 communicates with, for example, a GPS satellite, a communication device 30 owned by the owner (for example, a mobile phone, a smartphone, a wireless information terminal, etc.), a roadside device arranged on the road, an external engine 50, other vehicles, and the like. Etc. In this embodiment, the person who has the key of the vehicle 10 is the owner. The communication device 30 owned by the owner is linked in advance to the vehicle 10 of the owner who owns the communication device 30 through a predetermined authentication procedure (account authentication) or connection procedure (pairing). To do.
  The communication device 2 transmits the received information to the control device 1 and transmits information corresponding to a command from the control device 1 to each target. The navigation system 3 contains detailed map data, and uses the signal from the GPS satellite and map data received by the communication device 2 to detect (recognize) the current position of the vehicle 10 and return to the destination. Route guidance is performed.
  The control device 1 is an electronic control device that performs integrated control of various devices mounted on the vehicle 10. The control device 1 is configured, for example, as an LSI device or an embedded electronic device in which a microprocessor, ROM, RAM, and the like are integrated, and is connected to a communication line of an in-vehicle network provided in the vehicle 10. The control device 1 according to the present embodiment uses a variety of information transmitted from the communication device 2, the navigation system 3, and the sensors 11 to 22, and when there is a person (occupant) left in a high-temperature vehicle interior, Implement relief control to rescue passengers.
[2. Control configuration]
Relief control means that when an occupant is left in a hot cabin, the vehicle cabin is cooled and the owner of the vehicle 10 and its close relatives are contacted to protect (rescue) the occupant. This is a control for making an emergency call to the external engine 50 if the occupant is not protected over time. In other words, the relief control is to improve the protection performance of the occupant who is left unattended while suppressing excessive control by performing control (treatment) to rescue the occupant in stages. In the present embodiment, a relative within the third degree of the owner is a close relative. The information of the close relative (for example, the relationship between the owner and the close relative or the contact information of the communication device 40 possessed by the close relative) is registered in the vehicle 10 in advance.
  In the relief control of this embodiment, two-stage control is performed. The first-stage control is called “initial control”, and the second-stage control is called “avoidance control”. The initial control is performed when an abnormal condition described later is satisfied. The avoidance control is performed when a cancellation condition described later is not satisfied even after a predetermined time has elapsed since the start of the initial control. Specific contents of the initial control and avoidance control will be described later. The predetermined time is a time for determining that the occupant cannot be protected by the initial control, and is set in advance in the present embodiment.
  The control device 1 of the present embodiment is provided with a first determination unit 1A, a first control unit 1B, a second determination unit 1C, and a second control unit 1D as elements for performing the relief control. The communication device 2 is provided with a GPS receiver 2A, an inter-vehicle communication unit 2B, an inter-vehicle communication unit 2C, an on-road communication unit 2D, and an external engine communication unit 2E. In the present embodiment, it is assumed that the functions of these elements are realized by software. However, some or all of the functions may be realized by hardware (electronic control circuit), or may be realized by using software and hardware together.
  First, elements provided in the communication device 2 will be described. The GPS receiver 2A is an information terminal of the satellite positioning system, and acquires information on the current position of the vehicle 10 from the GPS satellite. The inter-vehicle communication unit 2B communicates with other vehicles existing around the vehicle 10 to transmit / receive information to / from each other. The information transmitted / received here includes, for example, vehicle speed information, position information of each vehicle, road traffic information obtained by each vehicle, and the like.
  The inter-pedestrian communication unit 2C performs communication between the communication device 30 owned by the owner and the communication device 40 owned by the close relative. The inter-pedestrian communication unit 2C receives (acquires) information related to the owner (hereinafter referred to as “owner information”) and information related to the close relative (hereinafter referred to as “relative information”), and information related to the vehicle 10 (hereinafter referred to as “vehicle information”). Send). Examples of the owner information and close relative information received here include the current position and the moving speed of each. In addition, a response to the contents (communication items) transmitted to the owner and relatives (reception of communication, intention to head for the vehicle 10, etc.) is also included in the owner information and relative information. Moreover, as vehicle information transmitted here, the present position information of the vehicle 10, the condition of a vehicle interior, the condition of avoidance control, etc. are mentioned, for example.
  The road-to-vehicle communication unit 2D communicates with roadside devices such as optical beacons and wireless communication devices installed in advance on the road, receives (acquires) road traffic information, and transmits vehicle information. The road traffic information received here includes, for example, traffic jam information, construction information, pedestrian information, regulation information such as temporary stop and traffic regulation, etc. near the roadside machine. The vehicle information transmitted here includes current position information and vehicle speed information of the vehicle 10. The external institution communication unit 2E communicates with an external institution 50 such as a medical institution, a police station, or a fire department, transmits vehicle information, and receives (acquires) an instruction from the external institution 50.
  Next, the elements provided in the control device 1 will be described. The first determination unit 1 </ b> A determines whether or not the abnormal condition is met while the vehicle 10 is stopped. The abnormal conditions include, for example, the following conditions 1 to 3. The first determination unit 1 </ b> A of the present embodiment determines that “the abnormal condition is satisfied” when all of these three conditions are satisfied, and determines that “the abnormal condition is not satisfied” when one of the three conditions is not satisfied. The passenger compartment temperature of condition 1 is acquired from the temperature sensor 14, and the presence or absence of a person of condition 2 is acquired from the passenger compartment camera 15.
== Abnormal condition ==
Condition 1: The passenger compartment temperature is equal to or higher than the first predetermined temperature. Condition 2: A person is present in the passenger compartment. Condition 3: Both the conditions 1 and 2 are satisfied for a certain period of time. Is set to a temperature slightly lower than the temperature at which a passenger left in the vehicle can be in a dangerous state. Similarly, the fixed time of condition 3 is set to a time slightly shorter than the time during which a passenger left in the vehicle can be in a dangerous state.
The first control unit 1B performs initial control when an abnormal condition is satisfied. The initial control of the present embodiment includes the following controls 1 to 5.
== Initial control ==
Control 1: Operate the air conditioner 26 to cool the passenger compartment Control 2: Contact the communication device 30 owned by the owner Control 3: Search for the evacuation destination of the vehicle 10 Control 4: Communication device 40 owned by a close relative Control 5: Sound an alarm in the passenger compartment
  Control 1 is for lowering the temperature in the passenger compartment, and control 2 is for informing the owner of the danger of an occupant left in the passenger compartment. The control 3 searches for a safer place than the current position of the vehicle 10 within the movable range of the vehicle 10, and sets the place as an “evacuation destination” if a hit is found. The evacuation destination set here is used in the next stage of avoidance control. Examples of the evacuation destination include a cooler place than the current position of the vehicle 10 and the current position of a close relative. The control 4 notifies an abnormal situation to a close relative existing within a certain distance from the vehicle 10. Further, the control 5 is for notifying the passenger in the vehicle compartment that the initial control has been started.
  The second determination unit 1C determines whether or not the cancellation condition is satisfied after the start of the initial control. The cancellation conditions include, for example, the following conditions 4 and 5. The second determination unit 1 </ b> C of the present embodiment determines that “the cancellation condition is satisfied” when at least one of these two conditions is satisfied, and “the cancellation condition is not satisfied” when both are not satisfied. Is determined.
== Resolving condition ==
Condition 4: The passenger compartment temperature is lower than the second predetermined temperature. Condition 5: There is no more person in the passenger compartment. Note that the second predetermined temperature in the condition 4 is lower than the first predetermined temperature, and the passenger is in the vehicle. The temperature is set so that there is no problem even if there is a problem.
  When the cancellation condition is not satisfied even after a predetermined time has elapsed since the start of the initial control, that is, when the state where the cancellation condition is not satisfied after the initial control is started continues for a predetermined time. The avoidance control is performed. Further, the second control unit 2D ends the initial control when the cancellation condition is satisfied before the predetermined time elapses from the start of the initial control.
The avoidance control of the present embodiment includes the following controls 6 to 8.
== Avoidance control ==
Control 6: Move the vehicle 10 to a predetermined destination by automatic travel Control 7: Contact the communication device 30 owned by the owner Control 8: Send an emergency call to the external engine 50
  The control 6 sets an appropriate destination when the occupant cannot be relieved even if the initial control is performed for a predetermined time, and the vehicle 10 is moved from the current position to the destination by the automatic travel system. Is. As the destination, the evacuation destination set (hit) in the initial control can be mentioned. In the initial control, the second control unit 2D according to the present embodiment sets the evacuation destination as the destination when the current position of the close relative hits as the evacuation destination and contacts with the close relative.
  In addition to the start of avoidance control, the control 7 is for notifying the owner that the vehicle 10 has been moved and its destination. The control 8 is intended to rescue the occupant when the owner or a close relative is unlikely to protect the occupant. When the transport destination is designated by the external engine 50 that has made an emergency call, the second control unit 2D of the present embodiment sets the transport destination as the movement destination of the control 6. That is, examples of the moving destination include a transportation destination designated by an external organization (for example, a medical institution, a specialized institution, or a nearest police box). In addition, when a conveyance destination is not designated from the external organization 50 which made the emergency call, the vehicle 10 stands by on the spot.
[3. flowchart]
FIG. 2 is an example flowchart for explaining the contents of the above-described relief control. This flowchart is performed at a predetermined calculation cycle while the vehicle 10 is stopped. A flag F in the flow is a variable indicating whether or not an abnormal condition is satisfied. F = 0 indicates that the abnormal condition is not satisfied and F = 1 indicates that the abnormal condition is satisfied. At the start of the flow, the flag F is set to F = 0.
  In step S1, various information is acquired from the communication device 2, the navigation system 3, and the sensors 11 to 22, and in step S2, it is determined whether or not the flag F is F = 0. Since the flag F is F = 0 at the start of the flow, the process proceeds to step S3, and it is determined whether or not the abnormal condition described above is satisfied. If the abnormal condition is not satisfied, this flow is returned, and the determination in step S3 is repeated in the subsequent calculation cycle.
  On the other hand, if it is determined in step S3 that the abnormal condition is satisfied, the flag F is set to F = 1 (step S4), and initial control is started (step S5). Next, in step S6, measurement by a timer is started (step S6), and this flow is returned. Note that this timer measures the time during which the initial control is performed. In the next calculation cycle, since the flag F is F = 1, the process proceeds from step S2 to step S7, and it is determined whether or not the cancellation condition is satisfied.
  If the cancellation condition is not satisfied, the process proceeds to step S8, and it is determined whether or not a predetermined time has elapsed since the start of the initial control. If the execution time of the initial control is less than the predetermined time, this flow is returned. If the cancellation condition is not satisfied in the next calculation cycle, the process proceeds to step S8 again. If it is determined in step S8 that the cancellation condition is satisfied before the predetermined time has elapsed in step S8, the process proceeds from step S7 to step S20, the initial control is terminated, and the flag F is set to F = 0. (Step S21), and this flow is finished.
  On the other hand, when the predetermined time has passed without the cancellation condition being satisfied, the process proceeds from step S8 to step S9. In step S9, it is determined whether or not the evacuation destination has been hit in the initial control. If a hit is found, in subsequent step S10, it is determined whether or not there is a response from a close relative who has been informed in the initial control. When there is a response from a close relative (when a contact is made with a close relative), the process proceeds to step S11, and the movement of the vehicle 10 by automatic traveling toward the set (hit) evacuation destination is started. At the same time, the owner is notified of the movement of the vehicle 10 and the destination (step S12), and this flow is terminated.
  If the evacuation destination does not hit in step S9 or if there is no response from a close relative in step S10, the process proceeds to step S13, and an emergency call is made to the external organization 50. Then, the owner is notified that an emergency call has been made (step S14), and the timer started in step S6 is reset and then stopped (step S15). In the subsequent step S16, it is determined whether or not a transport destination has been designated from the external engine 50. If so, movement of the vehicle 10 toward the transport destination by automatic travel is started (step S17). The vehicle 10 is moved and the destination is notified to the owner (step S18), and this flow is finished.
[4. effect]
(1) In the above-described occupant relief system, when an abnormal condition is satisfied, that is, when a person is left in a high-temperature vehicle interior, first, the air-conditioner 26 is operated to cool the vehicle interior (Control 1 ) The owner is notified that the situation is abnormal (control 2), and the evacuation destination of the vehicle 10 is searched (control 3). Further, if the cancellation condition is not satisfied even if the initial control is performed for a predetermined time, that is, if the passenger compartment temperature does not decrease, at least the vehicle 10 is moved to a predetermined destination by automatic travel (control 6). And avoidance control including one of making an emergency call to the external engine 50 (control 8). That is, since the control for relieving the occupant is executed step by step according to the situation in the vehicle interior, it is possible to suppress excessive control while improving the protection performance of a person left in the vehicle.
  (2) In addition to the above-described controls 1 to 3, the initial control described above includes contacting the communication device 40 possessed by a close relative existing within a certain distance from the vehicle 10 (control 4). Even if you can't get in touch with the owner, you can get in touch with your close relatives and protect them. That is, the protection performance of people left in the vehicle can be improved.
  (3) Also, in the initial control, when the current position of the close relative hits as an evacuation destination and contact is made with the close relative, the evacuation destination is set as the movement destination in the avoidance control. Thereby, in avoidance control, since the vehicle 10 moves to a position where a close relative is present by automatic travel, even if the owner cannot be contacted, the close relative can be rescued from being left in the vehicle, Protection performance can be improved.
(4) In the above-described occupant relief system, when a transport destination is designated by the external engine 50 that has made an emergency call, the transport destination is set as a movement destination. Thereby, even if it is a case where contact with an owner or a close relative cannot be made, the person left in the car can be protected reliably.
(5) If no person is present in the vehicle interior after the start of the initial control, it is determined that the cancellation condition is satisfied, and avoidance control is not performed, so that excessive control can be prevented.
  (6) Further, in the avoidance control, since the vehicle 10 has moved and its destination are communicated (control 7), when the owner notices the content transmitted to the communication device 30 later, Can know and deal with.
[5. Others]
Although the embodiments of the present invention have been described above, the present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiments and the like, and various modifications can be made without departing from the spirit of the present invention.
The above-described abnormal condition and cancellation condition are both examples, and are not limited to those described above. For example, condition 3 and condition 5 may be omitted, or other conditions may be further added.
  The contents of the initial control and the avoidance control described above are only examples, and are not limited to those described above. For example, the control 4 and the control 5 in the initial control may be omitted, and the control 7 in the avoidance control may be omitted. In addition, the timings at which the plurality of controls included in the initial conditions are started may be all at the same time or may be shifted. For example, the control 1 to 3 may be started first, then the control 5 may be started, and the control 4 may be started after a short time. Thereby, when the owner can be contacted, the passenger can be protected without contacting the close relative. Note that the timings at which the plurality of controls included in the avoidance control are started may be all at the same time or may be shifted.
In the above-described embodiment, the predetermined time for determining whether to perform the avoidance control has been described as a preset value. However, the predetermined time is not set in advance. For example, the owner or a close relative It is good also as a variable value set according to each present position, vehicle compartment temperature, etc.
Note that the above-described moving destination, evacuation destination, and transport destination are all examples, and are not limited to those described above. Moreover, the vehicle 10 should just have the function which can drive | work automatically irrespective of manual operation, and the structure is not restricted to what was mentioned above.
DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Control apparatus 1A 1st determination part 1B 1st control part 1C 2nd determination part 1D 2nd control part 2 Communication apparatus 2E External engine communication part 3 Navigation system 10 Vehicle 14 Temperature sensor 15 Indoor camera 26 Air conditioner 27 Alarm apparatus 30 Owner Mobile terminal of 40 Relative mobile terminal 50 External organization

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  1. An occupant relief system provided in a vehicle having a function capable of automatically traveling regardless of a manual driving operation,
    A first determination unit for determining success or failure of an abnormal condition including the presence of a person in the passenger compartment having a temperature equal to or higher than a first predetermined temperature while the vehicle is stopped;
    A first control unit that, when the abnormal condition is satisfied, communicates with a communication device owned by the owner of the vehicle to operate the air conditioner of the vehicle and performs initial control to search for an evacuation destination of the vehicle;
    A second determination unit that determines that the cancellation condition is satisfied when the passenger compartment temperature is lower than the second predetermined temperature lower than the first predetermined temperature after the start of the initial control;
    If the cancellation condition is not satisfied even after a predetermined time has elapsed since the start of the initial control, at least one of moving the vehicle to a predetermined destination by automatic traveling and making an emergency call to an external engine And a second control unit for performing avoidance control including the occupant rescue system.
  2. The occupant rescue system according to claim 1, wherein the initial control includes communication with a communication device owned by a close relative of the owner who exists within a certain distance from the vehicle.
  3. The evacuation destination includes the current position of the close relative,
    The said 2nd control part sets the said evacuation destination to the said movement destination, when the said evacuation destination hits in the said initial control and contact is made with the close relative, The said evacuation destination is set as the said movement destination, Occupant relief system.
  4. The said 2nd control part sets the said conveyance destination to the said movement destination, when a conveyance destination is designated from the said external organization which performed the said emergency call, The any one of Claims 1-3 characterized by the above-mentioned. The occupant relief system according to item 1.
  5. The said 2nd determination part determines with the said cancellation | release condition having been satisfied also when the person no longer exists in the said vehicle interior after the start of the said initial control, The one of Claims 1-4 characterized by the above-mentioned. The occupant relief system according to item 1.
  6. The occupant rescue system according to any one of claims 1 to 5, wherein the avoidance control includes communication with the communication device possessed by the owner.
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