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JP6294109B2
JP6294109B2 JP2014045208A JP2014045208A JP6294109B2 JP 6294109 B2 JP6294109 B2 JP 6294109B2 JP 2014045208 A JP2014045208 A JP 2014045208A JP 2014045208 A JP2014045208 A JP 2014045208A JP 6294109 B2 JP6294109 B2 JP 6294109B2
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  The present invention relates to a smart system capable of operating a vehicle when key authentication is established.

  In Patent Document 1, a radio wave in the LF (Low Frequency) band is transmitted from a vehicle, and when the electronic key receives the radio wave, the radio wave in the UHF (Ultra High Frequency) band including an ID (identification) unique to the electronic key. Is returned, and the smart system is disclosed that enables the vehicle to operate when the IDs are matched and the key authentication is established. In a vehicle to which the smart system is applied, the key is collated electrically using the ID, so that convenience is improved as compared with a configuration in which the shape of the keyway is mechanically collated.

JP 2007-170162 A (paragraph [0025])

There was a risk that the vehicle could be operated by an illegal act using a repeater.
The present invention has been made paying attention to such problems, and its purpose is to provide a smart system capable of preventing the operation of a vehicle by an illegal act using a repeater. It is to provide.

  The smart system that solves the above problem sends a request signal from the vehicle, and when the electronic key receives the request signal, it returns a smart signal including identification information unique to the electronic key, and the identification information matches and matches. In a smart system that enables vehicle operation when key authentication is established, the key authentication is established between the vehicle and the electronic key, and the paired vehicle and the portable terminal are connected. The gist of the present invention is to provide a control means for performing double security control that enables the operation of the vehicle when terminal authentication is established.

  According to this configuration, the vehicle can operate when both key authentication and terminal authentication are established. That is, even if the key authentication is established by an unauthorized act using the repeater, the operation of the vehicle is not possible unless the terminal authentication is established. Therefore, it is possible to prevent the vehicle from being able to operate due to an illegal act using the repeater.

  In the smart system, the electronic key includes operation means for instructing operation of the vehicle, and when the operation means is operated, transmits a remote key signal including an operation code for instructing operation of the vehicle and the identification information. The control means may perform backup control that enables the operation of the vehicle upon receipt of an instruction by the operation code when the identification information matches and the operation code is acquired together with the identification information. .

  According to this configuration, the owner of the vehicle usually has to possess both an electronic key and a portable terminal in order to ensure dual security. However, if the portable terminal is forgotten, the vehicle is not operation free. Is not possible. In this case, by operating the operation means of the electronic key and enabling the operation of the vehicle with the remote key function, it is possible to cope with the battery exhaustion, failure, and communication abnormality of the mobile terminal.

  With respect to the smart system, when the terminal authentication is not established and the key authentication of the smart system is established, the control means may perform notification by the in-vehicle device in order to prompt the operation with the operation means included in the electronic key. Good.

According to this configuration, it is possible to notify the owner of the vehicle that only the authentication of the mobile terminal is not established by performing the notification by the in-vehicle device.
With respect to the smart system, when the key authentication of the smart system is not established, the control means may not allow any operation of the vehicle regardless of the success or failure of the terminal authentication.

According to this configuration, authentication of the portable terminal is handled as an auxiliary key to the end, so that high security can be obtained by dual security control.
For the smart system, output adjustment means for setting the transmission output of the smart signal lower than the transmission output of the remote key signal, and sensitivity adjustment means for setting the reception sensitivity of the smart signal lower than the reception sensitivity of the remote key signal. It is good also as providing at least one of these.

  According to this configuration, the communication area between the vehicle and the electronic key is intentionally narrowed for key authentication as the smart signal transmission output or reception sensitivity is set low. As a result, fraud using a repeater becomes more difficult and security can be improved.

  With respect to the smart system, the mobile terminal includes vibration detection means for detecting vibration, and the control means enables the operation of the vehicle on condition that vibration with respect to the mobile terminal is detected by the vibration detection means. It is good.

  According to this configuration, when the vehicle owner has both the electronic key and the portable terminal and approaches the vehicle, vibrations such as walking are detected, and the vehicle can be operated. On the other hand, even if key authentication is established by an unauthorized act using a repeater and authentication of a mobile terminal in a stationary state is established, the operation of the vehicle is possible as long as vibration to the mobile terminal is not detected. Don't be. Therefore, security can be improved by adding the vibration of the mobile terminal to the requirements.

  For the above smart system, the identification information contained in the smart signal is collated and the key authentication is established, and the vehicle operation that can be performed when the terminal authentication is established is the door unlocking operation by the smart system. When the identification information included in the remote key signal matches and the operation code is acquired together with the identification information, the remote key Door unlocking operation, and the control means includes a first security control for prohibiting the door unlocking operation by the smart system within a predetermined time after the door is locked, and a vehicle after the door is locked. A second security control for prohibiting the unlocking operation of the door by the smart system until the connection with the mobile terminal is once canceled; After the door is locked, at least one of the third security control for prohibiting both the door unlocking operation by the smart system and the door unlocking operation by the remote key until the connection between the vehicle and the portable terminal is once canceled. It is also possible to do one.

  According to this configuration, both key authentication and terminal authentication are established immediately after the owner of the vehicle gets off. At this time, at least a part of the door unlocking operation is prohibited by performing one or more security controls. Therefore, it is possible to prevent a third party from entering the vehicle.

  For the smart system, the mobile terminal is configured to acquire information indicating the position of the vehicle when the door is locked or information indicating the position of the mobile terminal when the door is locked, and a current position of the mobile terminal. The vehicle position relative to the current position of the mobile terminal is identified from the current position acquisition means for acquiring information suggesting the position, the information acquired by the lock position acquisition means and the information acquired by the current position acquisition means It is good also as providing the vehicle position specific | specification means to do.

According to this configuration, a parking position of the vehicle can be searched by adding a so-called car finder function.
For the smart system, the control means includes key verification means for determining the validity of the electronic key and terminal verification means for determining the validity of the portable terminal, and key authentication is established through the determination by the key verification means. And it is good also as providing the signal output means which outputs a control signal to a door lock mechanism on the condition that terminal authentication was materialized through determination by the said terminal collation means.

  According to this configuration, for example, a relay including a coil that is excited by receiving an excitation signal from the terminal verification unit and a switch that opens and closes a signal line from the key verification unit to the door lock mechanism is employed as the signal output unit. When both key authentication and terminal authentication are established, the door can be unlocked and locked through the door lock mechanism.

  For the smart system, the control means includes key verification means for determining the validity of the electronic key, and terminal verification means for determining the validity of the mobile terminal, and the terminal verification means includes a remote key using the electronic key. An encryption / decryption function unit capable of analyzing the signal, and the encryption / decryption function unit receives an instruction from the operation code when the identification information is collated and the operation code is acquired together with the identification information, and the door lock mechanism Alternatively, a control signal may be output.

According to this configuration, by providing the terminal verification unit with a remote key signal analysis function, it is possible to cope with a battery exhaustion, failure, or communication abnormality of the mobile terminal.
With respect to the smart system, the control means includes key verification means for determining the validity of the electronic key and terminal verification means for determining the validity of the portable terminal, and one of the key verification means and the terminal verification means is A control signal may be output to the door lock mechanism, and the other may be configured to turn on / off the power of the door lock mechanism or turn on / off the function of the door lock mechanism.

According to this configuration, when both key authentication and terminal authentication are established, the door can be unlocked and locked through the door lock mechanism.
About the smart system, the vehicle and the mobile terminal automatically connect when they are close to each other, and the mobile terminal can be paired with a plurality of vehicles, respectively. The vehicle being performed may include a vehicle approach notification function unit that notifies the mobile terminal of information suggesting that the vehicle is close to the mobile terminal using communication related to the connection.

  According to this configuration, it is possible to notify the owner of the portable terminal that a so-called hybrid vehicle or electric vehicle or the like approaches without generating an engine sound.

  ADVANTAGE OF THE INVENTION According to this invention, it can prevent that operation | movement of a vehicle becomes possible by the fraudulent act using a repeater.

The block diagram which shows the structure of a smart system. The figure which shows that operation | movement of a vehicle is attained on condition that the vibration with respect to a smart phone was detected. The figure which shows the car finder function which searches the parking position of a vehicle. The circuit diagram which shows the aspect which receives a relay output and a door lock mechanism functions. The circuit diagram which shows the aspect which gave the analysis function of the remote key signal to collation ECU for smart phones. The circuit diagram which shows the aspect by which collation ECU for smart phones turns ON / OFF the power supply of a door lock mechanism. The circuit diagram which shows the aspect by which collation ECU for smart phones turns ON / OFF the function of a door lock mechanism.

Hereinafter, an embodiment of the smart system will be described.
As shown in FIG. 1, the smart system 1 is configured such that key authentication is established between a vehicle 2 and a smart key (registered trademark) 3, and a terminal is provided between the vehicle 2 and a smartphone (multifunctional mobile phone) 4. When authentication is established, the door can be locked / unlocked. The smart key 3 corresponds to an electronic key possessed by the owner of the vehicle 2. The smartphone 4 corresponds to a mobile terminal that the owner of the vehicle 2 possesses with the smart key 3.

  When performing key authentication between the vehicle 2 and the smart key 3, a smart verification ECU (electronic control unit) 21 of the vehicle 2 transmits a request signal from the LF transmitter 22 to the periphery of the vehicle 2. The request signal is an LF band radio wave. The smart key 3 receives the request signal and returns a smart signal including an ID unique to the smart key 3. The smart signal is a radio wave in the UHF band. The ID corresponds to identification information unique to the smart key 3. When the smart signal is received by the UHF receiver 23 of the vehicle 2, the smart verification ECU 21 compares the ID included in the smart signal with the reference ID. Matching IDs is synonymous with key authentication being established. The smart verification ECU 21 corresponds to a key verification unit that determines the validity of the smart key 3.

  On the other hand, in the case of terminal authentication between the vehicle 2 and the smartphone 4, Bluetooth (registered trademark) communication is used in this example. Generally, in Bluetooth communication, one of the vehicle side Bluetooth communication device (abbreviated as BT in the figure) 24 and the terminal side Bluetooth communication device (abbreviated as BT in the figure) 41 is set to a discoverable state, and the discovery operation is performed from the other side. I do. When both devices are close to each other, a list of surrounding devices in a discoverable state is presented, and a desired connection partner is designated from the list. Pairing is completed when the same authentication key is input to both devices and the authentication key is exchanged. Between the devices that have been paired once, the connection is established automatically or semi-automatically from the next, and it becomes unnecessary to input the authentication key. Completing pairing is synonymous with terminal authentication being established. The smartphone verification ECU 25 of the vehicle 2 corresponds to a terminal verification unit that determines the validity of the smartphone 4. The smart phone verification ECU 25 provides the smart verification ECU 21 with the result of the terminal authentication.

  The smart verification ECU 21 locks / unlocks the door free of operation when key authentication is established between the vehicle 2 and the smart key 3 and terminal authentication is established between the vehicle 2 and the smartphone 4. Performs dual system security control. Such an operation is a door lock / unlock operation by the smart system. A control unit is configured by cooperation between the smart verification ECU 21 and the smartphone verification ECU 25.

  Incidentally, the smart key 3 includes an unlock button 31 for instructing unlocking of the door, and a lock button 32 for instructing locking of the door. The unlock button 31 and the lock button 32 correspond to operation means. When the unlock button 31 (lock button 32) is operated, the smart key 3 transmits a remote key signal including an operation code for instructing unlocking (locking) of the door and the ID. The remote key signal is a radio wave in the UHF band. When the remote key signal is received by the UHF receiver 23 of the vehicle 2, the smart collation ECU 21 collates the ID included in the remote key signal with the reference ID. The smart verification ECU 21 performs backup control that enables the door to be locked / unlocked in response to an instruction by the operation code when the ID matches and the operation code is acquired together with the ID. Such an operation is a door lock / unlock operation by a remote key.

Next, the operation of the smart system 1 will be described.
When the owner of the vehicle 2 possesses both the smart key 3 and the smartphone 4 and approaches the vehicle 2, key authentication is established between the vehicle 2 and the smart key 3, and the vehicle 2 and the smartphone 4 The terminal authentication is established. In this case, the door unlocking operation by the smart system is performed.

  On the other hand, when the key authentication is established between the vehicle 2 and the smart key 3 but the terminal authentication is not established between the vehicle 2 and the smartphone 4, under the control of the smart verification ECU 21, Notifications such as horn sounds are made. Hazards and horns correspond to in-vehicle devices. When the owner of the vehicle 2 receives the notification and operates the unlock button 31 of the smart key 3, the door is unlocked by the remote key.

  On the other hand, when the key authentication is not established between the vehicle 2 and the smart key 3, any operation of the vehicle 2 including the door unlocking operation is prohibited regardless of the success or failure of the terminal authentication between the vehicle 2 and the smartphone 4. The

As described above, according to the present embodiment, the following effects can be obtained.
(1) When both key authentication and terminal authentication are established, the unlocking operation of the door by the smart system becomes possible. That is, even if the key authentication is established by an unauthorized act using the repeater, the door unlocking operation is not possible unless the terminal authentication is established. Therefore, it is possible to prevent the door from being unlocked due to an illegal act using the repeater.

  (2) The owner of the vehicle 2 usually has to possess both the smart key 3 and the smartphone 4 in order to ensure double security, but if the smartphone 4 is forgotten, the door of the door is not operated freely. Unlock operation is not possible. In this case, by operating the unlock button 31 of the smart key 3 and enabling the door unlocking operation by the remote key function, it is possible to deal with the battery out of the smartphone 4, failure, and communication abnormality.

  (3) By notifying with a hazard or a horn, it is possible to notify the owner of the vehicle 2 that only the authentication of the smartphone 4 is not established. That is, remote key operation can be prompted.

  (4) When the key authentication of the smart system is not established, any operation of the vehicle 2 is prohibited regardless of the success or failure of the terminal authentication. According to this configuration, authentication of the smartphone 4 is handled as an auxiliary key to the last, so that high security can be obtained by dual security control.

In addition, the said embodiment can also be changed and actualized as follows.
-The smart signal transmission output may be set lower than the remote key signal transmission output. In this case, the LF transmission unit of the smart key 3 corresponds to the output adjustment unit. Alternatively, the reception sensitivity of the smart signal may be set lower than the reception sensitivity of the remote key signal. In this case, the UHF receiver 23 of the vehicle 2 corresponds to sensitivity adjustment means. Or you may implement both simultaneously. According to this configuration, as the transmission output or reception sensitivity of the smart signal is set low, the communication area between the vehicle 2 and the smart key 3 is intentionally narrowed for key authentication. As a result, fraud using a repeater becomes more difficult and security can be improved.

  As shown in FIG. 2, instead of or in addition to the configuration of the other example, the vibration for the smartphone 4 may be detected, and the door unlocking operation may be enabled on the condition that the vibration for the smartphone 4 is detected. . In this case, the vibration sensor of the smartphone 4 corresponds to vibration detection means. When the Bluetooth communication device 41 of the smartphone 4 transmits a vibration detection signal through the Bluetooth communication and the signal is received by the Bluetooth communication device 24 of the vehicle 2, the smartphone verification ECU 25 displays the result of the vibration detection together with the result of the terminal authentication. Provided to the smart verification ECU 21.

  According to this configuration, when the owner of the vehicle 2 has both the smart key 3 and the smartphone 4 and approaches the vehicle 2, vibrations such as walking are detected and the door can be unlocked. On the other hand, even if the key authentication is established by fraud using the repeater and the authentication of the smartphone 4 in a stationary state is established, the door can be unlocked as long as vibration to the smartphone 4 is not detected. It will not be. Therefore, security can be improved by adding the vibration of the smartphone 4 to the requirements.

  The security control that prohibits the door unlocking operation by the smart system within a certain period of time after the door is locked is defined as the first security control. On the other hand, after the door is locked, the security control for prohibiting the unlocking operation of the door by the smart system until the connection between the vehicle 2 and the smartphone 4 is once resolved is defined as the second security control. On the other hand, after the door is locked, the security control that prohibits both the door unlocking operation by the smart system and the door unlocking operation by the remote key until the connection between the vehicle 2 and the smartphone 4 is once canceled is the third security. It is defined as control. At least one of these three security controls may be performed.

  According to this configuration, both key authentication and terminal authentication are established immediately after the owner of the vehicle 2 gets off. At this time, at least a part of the door unlocking operation is prohibited by performing one or more security controls. Therefore, it is possible to prevent a third party from entering the vehicle. Note that when only the first security control is performed, unlocking is permitted by performing a remote key operation within a certain time after the door is locked. During this time, unlocking by relaying the request signal is prohibited, and as described above, intrusion into the vehicle by a third party is prevented and security is ensured.

  -When the door is locked, the same double security control as when the door is unlocked may be performed. However, since it is sufficient if the unlocking time is secure, the specification may be such that the smartphone 4 is locked only through the authentication of the smart key 3 without the authentication of the smartphone 4 at the time of locking.

  As shown in FIG. 3, when the smartphone 4 is also authenticated when the door is locked, the parking position of the vehicle 2 may be searched using the position specifying function of the smartphone 4. In this case, the smartphone 4 includes a lock position acquisition unit that acquires information suggesting the position of the vehicle 2 when locked or information suggesting the position of the smartphone 4 when locked. In the former case, when the door is locked, the position information of the vehicle 2 at that time is acquired by a GPS (global positioning system) receiver of the vehicle 2, and the information is acquired by the smartphone 4 through Bluetooth communication. On the other hand, in the latter case, when the door is locked, the lock completion signal from the vehicle 2 is acquired by the smartphone 4 through Bluetooth communication, and the position information of the smartphone 4 at that time is acquired by the GPS receiver of the smartphone 4. In any case, the lock position (parking position) of the vehicle 2 is acquired by the smartphone 4.

  In addition, the smartphone 4 uses the current position acquisition unit that acquires information suggesting the current position of the smartphone 4, the information acquired by the lock position acquisition unit, and the information acquired by the current position acquisition unit. Vehicle position specifying means for specifying the parking position of the vehicle 2 with respect to the current position. According to this configuration, the parking position of the vehicle 2 can be searched by adding a so-called car finder function.

  As shown in FIG. 4, a control signal is output to the door lock mechanism 26 on condition that the key authentication is established through the determination by the smart verification ECU 21 and the terminal authentication is established through the determination by the smartphone verification ECU 25. A configuration including the relay 27 may be employed. In this case, the relay corresponds to signal output means. For example, a relay 27 including a coil that is excited by receiving an excitation signal from the smartphone verification ECU 25 and a switch that opens and closes a signal line from the smart verification ECU 21 to the door lock mechanism 26 is employed as the signal output means.

  According to this configuration, when both key authentication and terminal authentication are established, the door can be unlocked and locked through the door lock mechanism 26. In addition, since there is no need to communicate between the smart verification ECU 21 and the smartphone verification ECU 25, the original smart verification ECU 21 can be used as it is. Note that when the coil is excited by the smartphone verification ECU 25, serial communication from the smart verification ECU 21 can be suitably performed if the terminal authentication is completed before the key authentication. However, Bluetooth communication has a long communication distance. Since the communication speed is also high, it is possible to finish terminal authentication first.

  As shown in FIG. 5, the smartphone verification ECU 25 includes an encryption / decryption function unit 28 that can analyze the remote key signal from the smart key 3, and the encryption / decryption function unit 28 has a matching ID and the ID At the same time, when an operation code is acquired, an instruction by the operation code may be received and a control signal may be output to the door lock mechanism 26. According to this configuration, the smartphone verification ECU 25 can have a remote key signal analysis function, so that it is possible to cope with a battery exhaustion, failure, or communication abnormality of the smartphone 4.

  As shown in FIG. 6, one of the smart verification ECU 21 and the smartphone verification ECU 25 may output a control signal to the door lock mechanism 26, and the other may turn on / off the power of the door lock mechanism 26. The smart verification ECU 21 outputs an unlock command signal to the door lock mechanism 26 when the key authentication is established, and the smartphone verification ECU 25 closes the power line leading to the door lock mechanism 26 when the terminal authentication is established. Thus, when both key authentication and terminal authentication are established, the door can be unlocked and locked through the door lock mechanism 26.

  As shown in FIG. 7, one of the smart verification ECU 21 and the smartphone verification ECU 25 may output a control signal to the door lock mechanism 26, and the other may turn on / off the function of the door lock mechanism 26. According to this configuration, when both key authentication and terminal authentication are established, the door can be unlocked and locked through the door lock mechanism 26.

  -Assuming that general-purpose communication devices such as Bluetooth or WiFi installed in the vehicle 2 are also installed in other vehicles, each vehicle and the smartphone 4 automatically connect when they are close to each other. Pairing with a plurality of vehicles is possible. And the vehicle connected with the smart phone 4 is provided with the vehicle approach notification function part which notifies the smart phone 4 of the information which suggests that it is approaching the smart phone 4 using the communication regarding the said connection If so, the following additional functions are provided. That is, it is possible to notify the owner of the smartphone 4 that a so-called hybrid vehicle or electric vehicle or the like approaches without generating an engine sound. The Bluetooth communication device 24 of the vehicle 2 corresponds to a vehicle approach notification function unit.

  -When the engine is started, the same double security control as when the door is unlocked may be performed. For engine start, either key authentication alone or terminal authentication as an additional requirement may be used, but the latter is preferable in view of security.

  DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 ... Smart system, 2 ... Vehicle, 3 ... Smart key (electronic key), 4 ... Smartphone (mobile terminal), 21 ... Smart collation ECU (control means, key collation means), 22 ... LF transmitter, 23 ... UHF reception 24 ... Bluetooth communication equipment (vehicle approach notification function unit), 25 ... Smartphone verification ECU (control means, terminal verification means), 26 ... Door lock mechanism, 27 ... Relay (signal output means), 28 ... Encryption / decryption function , 31 ... Unlock button (operation means), 32 ... Lock button (operation means), 41 ... Bluetooth communication device.

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  1. When the request signal is transmitted from the vehicle and the electronic key receives the request signal, the electronic key returns a smart signal including identification information unique to the electronic key. In smart systems that can operate,
    Duplex that enables the operation of the vehicle when key authentication is established between the vehicle and the electronic key, and there is a connection between the paired vehicle and the portable terminal and the terminal authentication is established. A control means for performing security control of the system ,
    The electronic key includes an operation means for instructing operation of the vehicle, and when the operation means is operated, transmits an operation code for instructing operation of the vehicle and a remote key signal including the identification information,
    The control means performs backup control that enables the operation of the vehicle in response to an instruction by the operation code when the identification information is collated and the operation code is acquired together with the identification information,
    Further, the smart device is characterized in that, when only the terminal authentication is not established and the smart system key authentication is established, the control means performs a notification by the in-vehicle device in order to prompt the operation by the operation means included in the electronic key. system.
  2. The smart system according to claim 1, wherein when the key authentication of the smart system is not established, the control means does not allow any operation of the vehicle regardless of whether the terminal authentication is successful.
  3. At least one of output adjustment means for setting the transmission output of the smart signal lower than the transmission output of the remote key signal and sensitivity adjustment means for setting the reception sensitivity of the smart signal lower than the reception sensitivity of the remote key signal are provided. The smart system according to claim 1 or 2 .
  4. The portable terminal includes vibration detection means for detecting vibration,
    The smart system according to any one of claims 1 to 3 , wherein the control unit enables the vehicle to operate on the condition that the vibration with respect to the mobile terminal is detected by the vibration detection unit.
  5. When the identification information contained in the smart signal is collated and the key authentication is established and the terminal authentication is established, the operation of the vehicle that can be performed unlocks the door free of operation triggered by the request signal. Including unlocking doors by smart systems,
    When the identification information included in the remote key signal is collated and the operation code is acquired together with the identification information, the electronic key operation means is used for the operation of the vehicle that can be received by the operation code instruction. Includes door unlock operation with remote key function to unlock the door by operating,
    The control means includes a first security control for prohibiting the door unlocking operation by the smart system within a predetermined time after the door is locked, and the connection between the vehicle and the portable terminal is once canceled after the door is locked. 2nd security control that prohibits the unlocking operation of the door by the smart system, and the door unlocking operation and the remote key function by the smart system until the connection between the vehicle and the mobile terminal is once canceled after the door is locked The smart system according to any one of claims 1 to 4 , wherein at least one of third security control that prohibits both unlocking operations of the door is performed.
  6. The mobile terminal includes information indicating a position of the vehicle when the door is locked or information indicating a position of the mobile terminal when the door is locked, and information indicating the current position of the mobile terminal. Vehicle position specifying means for specifying the parking position of the vehicle relative to the current position of the mobile terminal from the information acquired by the lock position acquiring means and the information acquired by the current position acquiring means The smart system according to any one of claims 1 to 5 .
  7. The control means includes a key verification means for determining the validity of the electronic key, and a terminal verification means for determining the validity of the mobile terminal,
    2. A signal output unit that outputs a control signal to the door lock mechanism on condition that key authentication is established through determination by the key verification unit and terminal authentication is established through determination by the terminal verification unit. The smart system according to any one of to 6 .
  8. The control means includes a key verification means for determining the validity of the electronic key, and a terminal verification means for determining the validity of the mobile terminal,
    The terminal verification unit includes an encryption / decryption function unit capable of analyzing a remote key signal by the electronic key, and the encryption / decryption function unit matches the identification information and acquires an operation code together with the identification information The smart system according to any one of claims 1 to 7 , wherein a control signal is output to the door lock mechanism in response to an instruction by the operation code.
  9. The control means includes a key verification means for determining the validity of the electronic key, and a terminal verification means for determining the validity of the mobile terminal,
    While outputs a control signal to the door lock mechanism of said key verification means and said terminal matching unit, according to claim 1 to 6 and the other to ON / OFF the power supply functionality of the ON / OFF to or door locking mechanism of the door lock mechanism The smart system as described in any one of.
  10. The vehicle and mobile device automatically connect when they are close to each other, and the mobile device can be paired with multiple vehicles,
    The vehicle connected to the mobile terminal includes a vehicle approach notification function unit that notifies the mobile terminal of information indicating that the vehicle is close to the mobile terminal using communication related to the connection. Item 10. The smart system according to any one of Items 1 to 9 .
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