KR100863107B1 - Interactive system for automatic injection device and operating method of the same - Google Patents

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KR100863107B1
KR100863107B1 KR1020070043767A KR20070043767A KR100863107B1 KR 100863107 B1 KR100863107 B1 KR 100863107B1 KR 1020070043767 A KR1020070043767 A KR 1020070043767A KR 20070043767 A KR20070043767 A KR 20070043767A KR 100863107 B1 KR100863107 B1 KR 100863107B1
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A01AGRICULTURE; FORESTRY; ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; HUNTING; TRAPPING; FISHING
    • A01MCATCHING, TRAPPING OR SCARING OF ANIMALS; APPARATUS FOR THE DESTRUCTION OF NOXIOUS ANIMALS OR NOXIOUS PLANTS
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A01AGRICULTURE; FORESTRY; ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; HUNTING; TRAPPING; FISHING
    • A01MCATCHING, TRAPPING OR SCARING OF ANIMALS; APPARATUS FOR THE DESTRUCTION OF NOXIOUS ANIMALS OR NOXIOUS PLANTS
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A01AGRICULTURE; FORESTRY; ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; HUNTING; TRAPPING; FISHING
    • A01MCATCHING, TRAPPING OR SCARING OF ANIMALS; APPARATUS FOR THE DESTRUCTION OF NOXIOUS ANIMALS OR NOXIOUS PLANTS
    • A01M7/00Special adaptations or arrangements of liquid-spraying apparatus for purposes covered by this subclass
    • A01M7/0089Regulating or controlling systems
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B05SPRAYING OR ATOMISING IN GENERAL; APPLYING LIQUIDS OR OTHER FLUENT MATERIALS TO SURFACES, IN GENERAL
    • B05BSPRAYING APPARATUS; ATOMISING APPARATUS; NOZZLES
    • B05B12/00Arrangements for controlling delivery; Arrangements for controlling the spray area
    • B05B12/004Arrangements for controlling delivery; Arrangements for controlling the spray area comprising sensors for monitoring the delivery, e.g. by displaying the sensed value or generating an alarm
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B05SPRAYING OR ATOMISING IN GENERAL; APPLYING LIQUIDS OR OTHER FLUENT MATERIALS TO SURFACES, IN GENERAL
    • B05BSPRAYING APPARATUS; ATOMISING APPARATUS; NOZZLES
    • B05B12/00Arrangements for controlling delivery; Arrangements for controlling the spray area
    • B05B12/02Arrangements for controlling delivery; Arrangements for controlling the spray area for controlling time, or sequence, of delivery
    • B05B12/04Arrangements for controlling delivery; Arrangements for controlling the spray area for controlling time, or sequence, of delivery for sequential operation or multiple outlets
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A01AGRICULTURE; FORESTRY; ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; HUNTING; TRAPPING; FISHING
    • A01MCATCHING, TRAPPING OR SCARING OF ANIMALS; APPARATUS FOR THE DESTRUCTION OF NOXIOUS ANIMALS OR NOXIOUS PLANTS
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A01AGRICULTURE; FORESTRY; ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; HUNTING; TRAPPING; FISHING
    • A01MCATCHING, TRAPPING OR SCARING OF ANIMALS; APPARATUS FOR THE DESTRUCTION OF NOXIOUS ANIMALS OR NOXIOUS PLANTS
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    • YGENERAL TAGGING OF NEW TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS; GENERAL TAGGING OF CROSS-SECTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SPANNING OVER SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THE IPC; TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
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    • Y10STECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
    • Y10S43/00Fishing, trapping, and vermin destroying
    • Y10S43/90Liquid insecticide sprayer

Abstract

An interactive system for an automatic injection device and an operating method for the same are provided to conform to and to be controlled by the environment on a real time basis. An interactive system for an automatic injection device includes one or more spray nozzles, at least one sensor(110), a first transmitting unit(120), a first receiving unit(210), a control unit(250), a second transmitting unit(290), a second receiving unit(180) and a spray control unit(190). The control unit produces second information according to the first information that is transmitted by the first transmitting unit and is received by the first receiving unit. The spray control unit produces a control signal according to second information received by the second receiving unit and to control the automatic injection device.

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INTERACTIVE SYSTEM FOR AUTOMATIC INJECTION DEVICE AND OPERATING METHOD OF THE SAME}

1 is a perspective view showing a conventional automatic injection device.

2 is a schematic diagram illustrating an interactive system of an automatic injection device according to a first embodiment of the present invention.

3 is a block diagram of the automatic injection device according to the first embodiment of the present invention.

4 is a block diagram showing the configuration of the interactive system of the automatic injection device according to the first embodiment of the present invention.

5 is a flowchart illustrating a method of operating an interactive system of an automatic injection device.

6 illustrates an interactive system of an automatic injection device according to a second embodiment of the present invention.

7 is a flowchart illustrating a method of operating an interactive system of an automatic injection device according to a second embodiment of the present invention.

8 is a flow chart generally showing the flow and generation of the first information, the second information and the control signal according to an embodiment of the present invention.

9 is described for the F4 stage and F7 of FIG. 8 to generate the second information (Aij) and the control signal (Cijk) in the case of the first information (S i) a wind speed information (S 1) Flowchart.

10 is shown in Figure 8 to generate the first information (S i) is the second information (Aij) and the control signal (Cijk) to within, if the external humidity information (S 2) of the automatic injection device Is a flowchart illustrating steps F4 and F7.

11 is for explaining the F4 stage and F7 of FIG. 8 to generate the first information (S i) is the second information (Aij) and the control signal (Cijk) in the case of rainfall information (S 3) Flowchart.

The Figure 12 is shown in Figure 8 to generate the first information (S i) an automatic injector inside, and the second information (Aij) and the control signal (Cijk) when the outside temperature information (S 4) F4 It is a flowchart describing step and step F7.

Figure 13 is an F4 of FIG. 8 to generate the first information (S i) is the second information (Aij) and the control signal (Cijk) when the elapsed time information (S 5) after closing of the inlet And a flowchart describing step F7.

14 is for explaining the F4 stage and F7 of FIG. 8 to generate the first information (S i) the injection quantity information, the second information (Aij) and the control signal (Cijk) in the case of (S 6) Flowchart.

Figure 15 is the F4 stage and F7 of FIG. 8 to generate the first information (S i) is the injection pressure information and the second information (Aij) and the control signal (Cijk) in the case of (S 7) This is the flowchart described.

Figure 16 is the first information (S i) to automatically clean the nozzle information (S 9) of the second information (Aij) and the F4 stage and F7 of FIG. 8 to generate the control signal (Cijk) if Is a flow chart that describes.

Figure 17 is the F4 stage and F7 of FIG. 8 to generate the first information (S i) is more than the nozzle information and the second information (Aij) and the control signal (Cijk) in the case of (S 10) This is the flowchart described.

Figure 18 is the F4 stage and F7 of FIG. 8 to generate the first information (S i) the injection timing information and the second information (Aij) and the control signal (Cijk) in the case of (S 11) This is the flowchart described.

19 is a diagram for generating the first information (S i) a medicament remaining amount and the remaining replacement period information, the second information (A ij), and said control signal (C ijk) in the case of (S 12, S 13) 8 It is a flow chart illustrating the steps F4 and F7 shown in.

Figure 20 is the first information (S i) a step to the currently published video information (S 14) of the case shown in the Figure 8 to generate the second information (A ij), and said control signal (C ijk) F4 and It is a flow chart explaining the step F7.

Figure 21 is the first information (S i), the software version information (S 15) of the F4 stage and F7 shown in the Figure 8 to generate the second information (A ij), and said control signal (C ijk) if A flowchart describing the steps.

Figure 22 is the first information (S i) to check information (S 16) of the F4 stage and F7 of FIG. 8 to generate the second information (A ij), and said control signal (C ijk) if Is a flow chart that describes.

23 is for explaining the F4 stage and F7 of FIG. 8 to generate the first information (S i) is the second information (Aij) and the control signal (Cijk) when the sensor information (S 17) Flowchart.

24 is the first information (S i) is the operating state information (S 18) of the second information (Aij) and the F4 stage and F7 of FIG. 8 to generate the control signal (Cijk) if Is a flow chart that describes.

Figure 25 is the first information (S i) is the F4 stage and F7 of FIG. 8 to generate the second information (Aij) and the control signal (Cijk) in the case where the AC power supply information (S 19) Is a flow chart that describes.

FIG. 26 is a configuration diagram illustrating an interactive system of an automatic injection device according to a third embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 27 is a flowchart illustrating a method of operating an interactive system of the automatic injection device shown in FIG. 26.

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100: Automatic injection device 101: Pharmaceutical

102: drug receiving unit 103: drug injection pump

104: drug delivery pipe 105: injection nozzle

110: sensor 120: first transmission unit

130: microprocessor 140: controller

150: additional module 151: display unit

153: Speaker unit 155: Light emitting diode

161: memory unit 163: AC power supply

166: communication module 180: second receiving unit

190: injection control unit 195: input unit

200: control center 210: first receiving unit

250: control unit 260: server unit

290: second transmission unit 300: communication network

400: concentrator 410: first transmitting and receiving unit

420: storage unit 425: universal serial bus

430: second transmitting and receiving unit 450: numerical input

The present invention relates to an interactive system of an automatic spraying apparatus and a method of operating the same, and more particularly, to an automatic spraying apparatus having a spray nozzle, a sensor, a first transmitting unit, a second receiving unit, and a spray control unit, and a first receiving unit. And a separate control center remotely separated from the automatic spraying device, having a control unit and a second transmitting unit, and capable of transmitting and receiving information between the automatic spraying device and the control center through a communication network. The present invention relates to an interactive system of an automatic injection device capable of collecting and controlling information of the automatic injection device and a method of operating the same.

As the economy develops, living standards are gradually improving, and pests that have been overlooked in the past have now become a vigilant target for everyone. However, due to industrialization or industrialization, a large amount of garbage is generated, and accordingly, harmful animals are increasing.

In the present specification, the term "harmful animal" refers to an insect or animal generically harming humans and livestock, and is a type of noxious animal commonly seen in a confined space such as a house or an office. , Ants, ticks, centipedes, mosquitoes, flies and more. These pests are devouring food and textiles, causing considerable damage to life. The feces also carry pathogens that are harmful to the body. In recent years, since these harmful animals are increasing due to the contaminated environment, the removal of harmful animals has become a big problem. As a result, homes, businesses or communities are trying to get rid of harmful animals in many ways.

In particular, non-harmful animals are flying animals such as flies, mosquitoes, moths, and lice. The non-natively harmful animals are more likely to be spawned than humans control the individual, and the control is more important because they fly through the whole space and flow in anytime, anywhere.

Conventionally, there are a number of mechanisms for removing harmful animals, of which, in general, a method of spraying drugs into the air is most commonly used to kill, capture or expel harmful animals. In the present invention, such a device is collectively referred to as an automatic injection device so that the drug is automatically injected at a predetermined time interval or at a certain condition.

If the conventional automatic injection device will be described briefly as follows.

1 is a perspective view briefly showing a conventional automatic injection device.

As shown therein, the automatic injection device 100 includes a drug 101, a drug receiving unit 102, a drug transport pipe 104, a drug injection pump 103 and the injection nozzle 105.

The medicament 101 generally includes at least one pesticide of an inorganic pesticide, an organophosphorus, an organic chlorine agent, and a natural insecticide, and the drug receiving unit 102 is formed to receive the medicament 101 therein. do.

The drug transport pipe 104 is formed in the form of a tube, it is provided to communicate between the drug receiving portion 102 and the injection nozzle 105.

The drug injection pump 103 communicates with the drug receiving unit 104 or the injection nozzle 105 to transmit power so that the drug 101 is injected from the injection nozzle 105.

The automatic spraying device 100 generally sprayed the medicine 101 at regular intervals. In addition, the control center located in a remote location visits the location where the automatic injection device 100 is installed at regular intervals to determine whether there is an abnormal state of the automatic injection device 100 or whether the medicine 101 is consumed, and the medicine (101) was replaced or charged.

However, the conventional automatic injection device has the following problems.

First, there is a problem in that the information collected by the automatic spraying device cannot be grasped in real time in the control center located at a remote location, and accordingly, the automatic spraying device can not control in real time according to the change of environment or information. .

Secondly, the control center does not grasp when not automatically visiting various information such as operation status information indicating whether the automatic injection device is operating properly, the kinds of harmful animals to be captured or changes, and the time of capture. There is this.

Third, even after all the drugs of the automatic injection device is exhausted, there is a problem that effective pest capture is not easy because the control center does not recognize the consumption.

Fourth, since it is not possible to determine the capture time of the harmful animals captured by the automatic injection device, it is not possible to grasp the main activity time of the harmful animals, there is a problem that it is not easy to build a database for harmful animals.

Fifth, since the internal and external temperature of the automatic injection device is not understood in real time, there is a problem that a risk of safety accident is caused because information such as fire or overheating cannot be obtained.

Sixth, there is a risk of a safety accident such as a short circuit occurrence and a fire due to the inability to determine rainfall and humidity during the operation period of the automatic spraying device, and even if the utility drops even when spraying the medicine There is an unknown problem in the center.

Seventhly, even when the automatic injection device is in abnormal operation, since the remote site does not know this fact, it is not easy to process quickly, and the control staff inspecting the automatic injection device is regularly installed where the automatic injection device is installed. There is a problem that can not grasp the problem until the visit.

Eighth, since it is not possible to determine in real time the status of various consumables such as memory and medicine provided in the automatic injection device, there is a problem that it is not possible to know when to replace the consumables.

Ninth, the replacement of the drug should be performed at regular intervals, or when the remaining amount of the drug is below a certain amount. Since the replacement is carried out, there is a problem in that the structure is expensive.

Tenth, even if the user of the automatic spraying device confirms that an abnormality has occurred in the automatic spraying device and contacts the person who performs the control, the control center does not know the exact cause of the abnormality to perform the control. There is a problem in that a person checks and processes the abnormality after the first visit to the place where the automatic injection device is installed, or solves the abnormality through the second visit.

Eleventh, in addition to the information of the harmful animals captured by the automatic injection device, various information such as environmental information of the place where the automatic injection device is installed cannot be obtained in real time, and thus can be utilized for the study on the automatic injection device. There is a problem that can not be reflected in the design of a better automatic injection device because there is no.

One object of the present invention for solving the above problems is to sense the information collected by the automatic injection device in real time and to transmit to the control center to retransmit the corresponding information, and to receive it in the automatic injection device According to the present invention, there is provided an interactive system and an operating method thereof of an automatic injection apparatus which generates a control signal and controls the environment in real time.

Still another object of the present invention is to provide an interactive system of an automatic injection device and a method of operating the same, which allows the automatic injection device to grasp the consumption amount of the drug in real time and to replace the medicine in a timely manner.

Another object of the present invention is to provide an interactive system of an automatic injection device capable of grasping operation state information of the automatic injection device in real time, and an operation method thereof.

Another object of the present invention, by identifying the capture time of the harmful animals captured by the automatic injection device in real time by identifying the main activity time of the harmful animals interactively easy to build a database for harmful animals The present invention provides a system and a method of operating the same.

Another object of the present invention, by controlling the internal and external temperature of the automatic injection device in the remote control center in real time to generate a fire alarm, overheat alarm and low temperature alarm to control the automatic injection device in real time The present invention provides an interactive system of an automatic injection device and a method of operating the same.

Still another object of the present invention is to detect the rainfall and humidity of the place where the automatic injection device is installed in the remote control center during the operation of the automatic injection device to generate a short circuit occurrence alarm and fire occurrence alarm to generate the automatic injection The present invention provides an interactive system of an automatic injection device and an operation method thereof, which enables real-time control of the device and enables efficient control by controlling the injection amount appropriately corresponding to humidity and temperature.

Another object of the present invention is to determine whether the automatic injection device is in abnormal operation in real time to identify the problem without visiting the control staff to check the automatic injection device, accordingly the automatic injection device The present invention provides an interactive system and a method of operating the automatic injection device that can be controlled.

Still another object of the present invention is to determine the replacement and charging time of the consumables by grasping the state of the various consumables such as the memory and medicine provided in the automatic spraying device in real time, or the automatic spraying device with a delete signal after the memory transmission. To provide an interactive system and an operating method of the automatic injection device that can control the.

Still another object of the present invention is to provide an interactive system of an automatic spraying apparatus which can identify a problem in real time when a user of the automatic spraying apparatus confirms that an abnormality has occurred in the automatic spraying apparatus and contacts the person performing the control. It provides a method of operation thereof.

Another object of the present invention is to obtain a variety of information, such as environmental information of the place where the automatic injection device is installed in addition to the information of the harmful animals captured in the automatic injection device to facilitate the study on the automatic injection device By providing an interactive system of the automatic injection device and its operating method that can be reflected in the design of a better automatic injection device.

Another object of the present invention, in general, a plurality of automatic injection device is installed, in this case, the automatic injection device that can remotely manage the plurality of automatic injection device without the visitor periodically visits the automatic injection device. The present invention provides an interactive system and a method of operating the same.

Still another object of the present invention is to provide a relatively inexpensive short-range communication means to the plurality of automatic injectors, and to equip the concentrator collecting information of the plurality of automatic injectors with relatively long distance communication. Through this, it provides an interactive system of automatic injection device and its operation method at low cost.

According to a preferred embodiment of the present invention for achieving the above object of the present invention, the interactive system of the automatic injection device includes an automatic injection device and a control center located separately from each other remotely, the automatic injection device is for One or more spray nozzles for spraying a pesticide or expelling agent, at least one sensor for detecting and collecting first information, a first transmitting unit for transmitting the first information, a second receiving unit for receiving the second information, and And a spray control unit for generating a control signal according to the second information to control the automatic spraying device, wherein the control center includes a second receiving unit receiving the first information, and a second information according to the first information. And a control unit for generating and a second transmission unit for transmitting the second information.

In the present invention, the capture is used as a generic term as a concept encompassing all the acts of attracting, killing and deporting the harmful animals.

The automatic spraying device and the control center transmit and receive the first information and the second information using at least one of a wired or wireless communication network, and the communication network includes a local area network (LAN), a wide area network (WAN), and a public telephone network. (PSTN), Packet Switched Network (PSDN), Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL), Integrated Services Network (ISDN), Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) and Ethernet (ETHERNET).

The sensor may include at least one of an optical sensor, a pressure sensor, a temperature sensor, a wind pressure sensor, a humidity sensor, a proximity sensor, an infrared area sensor, an electrical resistance sensor, and a capacitive sensor, and the sensor may be automatically sprayed. It is preferably provided in at least one of an internal, external or adjacent location of the device.

The automatic jet device includes a display unit for displaying text information and image information, and the display unit includes at least one of a liquid crystal display (LCD), a light emitting diode (LED), and an organic electro luminescence display (OELD). It is preferable that it is comprised including the above.

Here, the first information preferably includes the internal and external environment information of the automatic injection device, the injection information including the injection related information of the automatic injection device, and the unit information on the units provided in the automatic injection device. Do.

Here, the second information and the control signal according to the first information will be described as follows. First, the environmental information preferably includes at least one of temperature, wind speed, rainfall and humidity information.

The first information is wind speed information, and the second information is at least one of strong wind information or first injection stop information when the wind speed is equal to or greater than a predetermined wind speed, and the control signal is light when the second information is strong wind information. Or it is preferable that it is an operation stop signal, when it is the strong wind warning indication by sound and the said 2nd information is 1st injection stop information.

Further, when the first information is the external and internal humidity of the automatic injection device, the second information is preferably high humidity information or second injection stop information when the humidity is equal to or greater than a preset humidity, and the control signal is the second information. Is at least one signal of the high humidity notification display and the electric leakage possible alarm by light or sound, and the operation stop signal when the second information is the second injection stop information.

The first information is rainfall information, and when the second information is equal to or greater than a preset rainfall, it is preferable that the first information is at least one of heavy rain information and third injection stop information, and the control signal according to the second information is heavy rain. In the case of information, at least one or more signals of a possible leakage alarm, heavy rain alarm, or forced power off, and an operation stop signal when the second information is third injection stop information.

The first information is an internal or external temperature of the automatic injection device, the second information is fire information when the temperature is equal to or greater than a preset first temperature value, and the second information is equal to or greater than a preset second temperature value and is preset. When the temperature is less than one temperature value, the overheating information of the automatic spraying device is preferable.

Here, when the second information is fire information, the control signal is at least one of a forced power cutoff signal, a contact signal to the fire department, a fire alarm generation signal by light or sound, and a short message sent by communication to the user. If the second information is overheating information, at least one or more of a cooling operation, a forced power shut-off signal, and a light or sound overheating information display signal. If the second information is low temperature information, a low temperature alarm is generated by light or sound. It is preferred that the signal be at least one of the indication, forced shutdown or no animal activity indication.

When the place where the automatic injection device is installed is partitioned, the automatic injection device may further include a sensor for sensing elapsed time information after closing the entrance of the partitioned place.

In this case, the environmental information further includes elapsed time information after closing the entrance, and when the first information is elapsed time information after closing the entrance, the second information is automatically injected when the second information is equal to or more than a preset elapsed time. Preferably, the device stops information.

Preferably, the injection information is at least one of the injection amount, the injection pressure, the number of operating nozzles, the automatic cleaning nozzle information, the abnormal nozzle information, and the injection timing information of the automatic injection device.

Here, the first information is the injection amount information of the automatic injection device, when the second information is different from the preset injection amount is preferably at least one of the injection amount change information or the abnormal injection information, the control signal is the second When the information is injection amount change information, it is an injection amount change signal, and when the second information is abnormal injection information, it is an abnormal injection occurrence alarm signal by light or sound.

Next, the first information is injection pressure information of the automatic injection device, and when the injection pressure is different from the preset injection pressure, it is preferable that the first or more nozzle information is light or sound. The control signal is a nozzle automatic cleaning signal when the second information is first or more nozzle information.

Next, the first information is information on the number of operating nozzles of the automatic injection device, and the second information is information on second or more nozzles in which the nozzle is abnormally operated, and thus the control signal is the second information. If the information is the second or more nozzle information, it is a nozzle automatic cleaning signal.

Preferably, the first information is automatic cleaning nozzle information, and the second information is post-cleaning inspection information of the automatically cleaned nozzle, and the control signal is a target when the second information is post-cleaning inspection information. More preferably, it is a nozzle test injection signal.

Preferably, the first information is abnormal nozzle information of a test injection nozzle, and the second information is third abnormal nozzle information. Accordingly, the control signal may be light or light when the second information is third abnormal nozzle information. It is preferable that the signal is at least one of an abnormal operation signal or a check schedule notification signal as a short message to the user.

The first information may be injection timing information, and the second information may be injection timing change information when the second information is different from a preset injection timing. Accordingly, the control signal may indicate that the second information is a third or more injection. In the case of the timing change information, at least one of a current change signal and a voltage change signal for changing the injection timing.

The unit information may be at least one or more of drug remaining amount and remaining replacement cycle, current posted text and image information, software version information, inspection information, abnormal operation information, AC power information, memory information or sensor information.

The first information is medicine remaining amount and remaining replacement cycle information, and the second information is medicine replacement information when the first information satisfies at least one condition of less than a preset medicine remaining amount or less than a preset remaining replacement cycle. Preferably, the control signal is more preferably a drug change signal by light or sound when the second information is drug replacement information.

Next, the first information is currently posted text and video information, the second information is preferably at least one or more of new sterilization information, new guide information or new advertising information, if the preset posting period is exceeded, accordingly The control signal is a new sterilization information posting signal, a new guide information posting signal and a new advertisement information posting signal so as to correspond to each of the second information when the new sterilization information, the new guide information and the new advertisement information, respectively.

Preferably, the first information is software version information, and the second information is software upgrade information when the current software version is less than or equal to the current software version. The control signal is a software upgrade signal when the second information is software upgrade information. .

Next, the sensor is an input unit capable of inputting inspection information including whether to check the inspection, the inspection date, the inspector and the inspection contents of the automatic injection device, and the first information is preferably the inspection information.

Here, the first information is inspection information, and the second information is a case in which the inspection of the first information is negative or the inspection is possible and the number of elapsed days after the inspection is preset. In the case of greater than or equal to the inspection period, it is preferable to be an inspection alarm. Accordingly, when the second information is the inspection alarm, the control signal is transmitted to the user through a check schedule short message or displaying an inspection time notification by light or sound. It is preferably at least one signal.

The automatic injection device further includes a memory unit for storing the first information and setting values of the automatic injection device, wherein the first information and the setting value stored in the memory unit are transmitted to the control center or downloaded to the outside. It is preferable to be provided to be possible.

The first information may be memory information, and the second information may be memory saturation information when the amount of memory is less than or equal to a predetermined amount of memory remaining. The control signal may be the memory when the second information is memory saturation information. The first information stored in the unit is transmitted to the control center and stored in at least one signal of memory delete request or memory download request indication by light or sound.

Further, when the control signal is a memory erase stored after the first information stored in the memory unit is transmitted to the control center, the information stored in the memory unit is more preferably deleted in the order of time stored first.

Next, the first information is sensor information, and the second information is sensor malfunction information when the sensor is malfunctioning. In this case, the control signal is used when the second information is sensor malfunction information. It is at least one of a sensor malfunction signal or a sensor operation stop signal by light or sound.

Preferably, the automatic injection device further includes an AC power supply for supplying power, wherein the first information is the AC power information, and the second information corresponds to power short information when the connection is shorted. When the second information is power short circuit information, the control signal may be a power short circuit alert signal by light or sound or at least one signal of power off after a power short alert is sent by a short message to the user.

Next, the first information is abnormal operation information, and the second information is preferably at least one of operation stop information or abnormal operation information when the automatic injection device is operating abnormally. When the second information is the operation stop information, the operation stop signal, and when the second information is the abnormal operation information, the abnormal operation notification signal by light or sound.

In addition, it is preferable that the control unit produces third information independent of the first information, and the third information is transmitted and received by the second transmitting unit to the second receiving unit.

Preferably, the third information changes a predetermined setting value of the automatic injection device, and the third information may be at least one of video and audio information.

Here, the video or audio information is preferably at least one of advertisement information, sterilization information or guide information, the guide information is at least one of harmful animal guide information, hygiene information or weather forecast, the sterilization information is virus information or It is preferably at least one of pandemic disease information.

The sensor is a camera for collecting vision information, the automatic injection device preferably further comprises an analysis module for analyzing the vision information to produce a vision analysis information in the form of a letter, the vision information to the memory unit More preferably, the non-interpretation information is transmitted to the control center. In addition, the control center preferably further comprises a server unit for storing the first information, the second information.

When the plurality of automatic injection device is provided, further comprising a concentrator, the concentrator includes a first transmission and reception unit for transmitting and receiving the first information and the third information for changing the setting value of the second information and the automatic injection device And a second transmitting / receiving unit for transmitting and receiving the first, second, and third information between the automatic spraying device and the control center.

Here, the concentrator may further include a storage unit that stores the first information, and the first concentrator may be provided to download the first information stored in the storage unit to the outside.

The concentrator further includes a numerical inputter capable of externally inputting fourth information for changing a preset setting value of the automatic spraying device, and the fourth information is transmitted to the automatic spraying device by the second transmitting and receiving unit. It is more preferable to change the preset setting value of the injection control unit.

According to a preferred embodiment of the present invention for achieving the above object of the present invention, the operating method of the interactive system of the automatic injection device is a sensing step of collecting the first information through the sensor provided in the automatic injection device, the first A first transmission step of transmitting 1 information to a separate control center remotely located from the automatic injection device; a first reception step of receiving the first information at the control center; A first generation step of generating second information according to the first information, a second transmission step of transmitting the second information to the automatic injection device, a second reception step of receiving the second information at the automatic injection device, and the And generating a control signal according to the received second information to control the automatic injection device.

The sensing step may further include acquiring vision information through the sensor, collecting vision information through the sensor, and analyzing the vision information to obtain vision analysis information as the first information.

The first transmitting step may further include a first storing step of storing the first information, and the first generating step includes a second storing step of storing the first and second information in a server. It is more preferable to further include.

The first generation step further includes a second generation step of producing third information independent of the first information, wherein the second transmission step and the second reception step respectively transmit and receive the third information. Preferably, the method may further include a step of changing the setting value of the automatic injection device according to the third information.

The sensing step may further include an input step of inputting inspection information including whether to inspect the automatic injection device, an inspection date, an inspector, and inspection contents, and the first information further includes inspection information.

In the interactive system of the automatic injection device, when a plurality of the automatic injection devices are provided, the concentrator may be further included.

The first transmitting step may further include transmitting the first information sensed by the plurality of automatic injection devices to a concentrator, the plurality of automatic injection devices being provided, wherein the first receiving step is performed at the concentrator. The method may further include transmitting the first information to the control center and receiving the first information at the control center. The second transmitting step may include a plurality of automatic spraying devices, transmitting the second information transmitted from the control center and third information for changing a setting value of the automatic spraying device and the concentrator. More preferably, the method further comprises receiving the second and third information and transmitting the plurality of automatic injection devices.

Accordingly, the control step may further comprise the step of changing the setting value of the automatic injection device according to the third information.

In this case, the second transmitting step may further include inputting, by the concentrator, fourth information for changing a setting value of the automatic injection device.

Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings, but the present invention is not limited or limited by the embodiments. For reference, in the following description, elements that can be treated identically in terms of configuration and function are almost the same and can be specified by the same reference numerals.

My Example 1

Referring to the interactive system of the automatic injection device according to the first embodiment of the present invention. 2 is a schematic diagram illustrating an interactive system of an automatic injection device according to a first embodiment of the present invention.

As shown in FIG. 2, in the interactive system of the automatic spraying device, the automatic spraying device 100 installed in the school 20, the factory 30, the home 40, etc. is controlled by the control center 200 through the communication network 300. And the control center 200 receives the transmitted information, and accordingly transmits the processed information to the automatic spraying apparatus 100 using the communication network 300 and the automatic spraying apparatus 100. ) Will receive the transmitted processing information.

3 and 4 will be presented to explain the interactive system of the automatic injection device in more detail. 3 is a block diagram of the automatic injection device according to the first embodiment of the present invention. For reference, a description of the same or similar configuration as that of the conventional automatic injection apparatus shown in FIG. 1 will be omitted, and a description of a commonly used configuration will also be omitted and will be described as necessary. .

As shown in the drawing, the automatic injection device 100 includes the injection unit 90, the sensor 110, the first transmission unit 120, the second reception unit 180, the injection control unit 190, and an additional module. And 150.

The injection unit 90, the automatic injection device 100 includes a drug 101, drug receiving unit 102, drug transport pipe 104, drug injection pump 103 and injection nozzle 105. The medicament 101 includes, but is not limited to or limited to, at least one pesticide of inorganic pesticides, organophosphorus agents, organic chlorine agents, and natural insecticides commonly used to kill or expel the harmful animals. The medicament serves to slow down or expel the temporary movement of the pest or kill the pest or attracted to the target space.

For reference, the description of the injection unit 90 is similar to the conventional automatic injection device shown in Figure 1 will be omitted.

The sensor 110 includes a camera, an optical sensor, a pressure sensor, a temperature sensor, a wind pressure sensor, a humidity sensor, a proximity sensor, an infrared area sensor, an electric resistance sensor, and a capacitive sensor, and the sensor 110 includes the present embodiment. In the present invention, it is presented as being connected to the inside and outside of the automatic injection device, but is not limited thereto, and the information may be transmitted and received through a wireless or wired communication network spaced apart from the automatic injection device 100 by a predetermined distance.

The additional module 150 includes a display unit 151, a speaker unit 153, a light emitting diode (LED) 155, a memory unit 161, an AC power supply unit 163, and a communication module 166.

The display unit 151 is formed of a liquid crystal display (LCD) so as to display text and image information under the control of the injection control unit 190, but is not limited or limited to, for example, a plurality of controllable The light emitting diode (LED) may be disposed or provided as an organic EL (OELD), or may include two or more kinds.

In addition, the speaker unit 153 and the light emitting diode 155 are provided by the injection control unit 190 to display a warning or a signal with a preset warning sound or voice signal and light, respectively.

The memory unit 161 is generally provided to store information, and includes a download means 162 to download the information to the outside.

The download means 162 is provided in the form of a universal serial bus (USB), but is not limited or limited thereto. For example, the download means 162 may be provided to download to the outside through an infrared communication standard (IRDA).

The AC power supply 163 is provided to supply power to the drug injection pump 103, the AC power supply 163 is generally formed to be directly connected to the AC power used in buildings such as homes or factories, However, the present invention is not limited thereto, and the AC power supply 163 may be omitted, and a rechargeable power supply device may be provided.

The injection nozzles 105 are generally provided one by one in the automatic injection device 100. However, in the present embodiment, a plurality of injection nozzles 105 are provided, and the plurality of injection nozzles 105 are partitioned spaces 500 Although it is presented to be installed in, but is not limited or limited thereto, for example, it is also possible to be installed to spray the drug 101 in the open outdoor space as needed.

The communication module 166 is controlled by the injection control unit 190, the communication module 166 to send a short message to the user to communicate the content instructed by the injection control unit 190 It is provided.

4 is a block diagram showing the configuration of the interactive system of the automatic injection device according to the first embodiment of the present invention.

As shown in the drawing, the interactive system of the automatic injection device includes a sensor 110, a first transmitting unit 120, a first receiving unit 210, a control unit 250, a second transmitting unit 290, a second. Receiving unit 180, injection control unit 190 and a communication network 300 for transmitting and receiving information of the automatic injection device 100 and the control center 200 is included, the sensor 110, the first transmission The unit 120, the second receiving unit 180, and the injection control unit 190 are provided in the automatic injection device 100, and the first receiving unit 210, the control unit 250, and the second transmitting unit ( 290 is provided in a separate control center 200 remote from the automatic injection device 110.

The sensor 110 is disposed inside, outside and adjacent to the automatic injection device 100, the sensor 110 is the automatic injection device 100 and the automatic injection device 100 according to each characteristic The internal and external information is collected, and the information is referred to as first information. A description of the first information will be described later with reference to FIGS. 8 to 25.

The sensor 110 is an optical sensor for detecting ultraviolet intensity or illuminance, pressure sensor, thermistor, thermocouple, temperature sensor such as mymetal, wind pressure sensor, humidity sensor, capacitive sensor, high frequency oscillation type sensor, hall sensor and electrical resistance At least one of a proximity sensor such as a sensor, an infrared area sensor, an acceleration sensor, and a current change detection sensor may be used, and may be used in combination as necessary, but is not limited thereto.

The first transmitting unit 120 uses a transmitter commonly used to transmit the first information collected by the sensor 110 to the control center 200 located at a remote location. The transmitter generally refers to a device that amplifies electric power by converting a signal, that is, voice, music, image or telegraph code, data, etc. into an electric signal, and sends out a radio wave or an electric cable in the form of electric current. In this embodiment, it refers to an apparatus for transmitting through the communication network (300).

The transmitted first information is received by the first receiving unit 210 provided in the control center 200, and the control unit serves to produce second information according to the received first information. . A receiver commonly used as the first receiving unit 210 may be used, but is not limited thereto. For example, a device for receiving a signal of a transmitter used as the first transmitting unit may be used. Any form is possible.

In addition, the control unit 250 is a known microprocessor is used, the second transmission unit 290 serves to transmit the second information to the automatic injection device 100, the second receiving unit 180 serves to receive the transmitted second information. In addition, the injection control unit 190 serves to generate a control signal for controlling the automatic injection device 100 according to the second signal.

The injection control unit 190 may generally use a commercially available microprocessor, and the control signal produced by the injection control unit 190 will be described later with reference to FIGS. 8 to 25.

The communication network 300 includes a local area network (LAN), a broadband communication network (WAN), a public switched telephone network (PSTN), a packet switching network (PSDN), an asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL), an integrated communication network (ISDN), and code division multiple access ( CDMA) and at least one of Ethernet (ETHERNET), and generally includes a combination of code division multiple access and Ethernet, but is not limited thereto or limited thereto. For example, the communication network 300 may be It is also possible to combine three or more network types.

The operating method of the interactive system of the automatic injection device according to the first embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIG. 5. 5 is a flowchart illustrating a method of operating an interactive system of an automatic injection device.

As shown in the drawing, first, the first information detected by the sensor 110 provided in the automatic injection device is collected (P01).

Next, the first information is transmitted to the control center 200 located at a remote location by the first transmission unit 120 provided in the automatic injection device 100 (P02).

Next, the first receiving unit 210 provided in the control center 200 receives the first information (P03), and the second information according to the first information received from the control unit 250 To generate (P04).

Next, the second information is transmitted to the automatic spraying apparatus 100 by the second transmitting unit 290 again (P05).

Next, the second receiving unit 180 provided in the automatic injection device 100 receives the second information (P06), and the injection control unit 190 generates a control signal according to the second information. (P07).

Next, by controlling (P08) the automatic injection device 100 according to the generated control signal, the interactive system of the automatic injection device is operated.

My 2 Example

6 illustrates an interactive system of an automatic injection device according to a second embodiment of the present invention. For reference, for the convenience of description, the same reference numerals refer to the same components as in the first embodiment of the present invention shown in FIG. 4, and thus will not be described separately.

As shown in the drawing, the interactive system of the automatic injection device includes a sensor 110, a microprocessor 130 including the injection control unit 190, a first transmission unit 120, a memory unit 161, and a second reception. The unit 180, the automatic injection device 100 having a controller 140, and is remotely separated from the automatic injection device 100, the first receiving unit 210, the control unit 250, the second transmission The unit 290 includes a control center 200 including a server unit 260 and a communication network 300.

The input unit 195 provided in the automatic spraying device 100 has a control staff inspecting, repairing and replacing the automatic spraying device 100 in the process of checking the automatic spraying device 100. It is provided to input the inspection information, including whether the inspection, the inspection date, the inspector and the inspection of the 100, and is generally provided in the form of a keypad, but is not limited or limited thereto, for example, radio waves It is also possible to be provided to input the check information in the form of a contactless form, a remote controller or a universal serial bus (USB) through identification (RFID, radio frequency identification).

The memory unit 161 stores the information collected by the sensor 110 and the inspection information input by the input unit 195, and also stores the setting information of the automatic injection device 100. It is provided to be. In addition, the information stored in the memory unit 161 is provided to be downloaded from the outside through the universal serial bus, and the inspection information is included in the first information.

The controller 140 serves to control the automatic injection device 100 according to the control signal produced by the injection control unit 190, the controller 140 is the drug injection pump 103, the display unit 151, a speaker unit 153, a light emitting diode (LED) 155, a communication module 166, and a memory unit 161, and the like, and are provided to control devices provided in the automatic injection device 100. A detailed description thereof will be described later with reference to FIGS. 8 to 25 along with the first information and the second information.

The control unit 250 produces third information independent of the first information, and the third information is transmitted and received by the second transmitting unit 290 to the second receiving unit 180.

The third information includes at least one of information, voice information, or video information for changing a pre-stored setting value of the memory unit 161.

When the third information is audio or video information, the automatic jet device 100 posts the audio and video information through the display unit 151 or the light emitting diode 155 and the speaker unit 153. To control. Here, the video or audio information is at least one of advertisement information, sterilization information or guide information, the guide information is at least one of the harmful animal guide information, hygiene information or weather forecasts such as typhoon, heavy rain, dry and gust warning, warning The sterilization information includes virus information or pandemic disease information.

Here, the display unit 151 is presented as a liquid crystal display (LCD), but is not limited or limited thereto. For example, a plurality of controllable light emitting diodes (LED) or organic EL (OELD) may be used. It may be configured to include at least one or more, and may be configured to include a CRT.

  In the present embodiment, a method of transmitting and receiving the third information through the communication network 300 is provided, but is not limited thereto. For example, after downloading the third information from the control unit 250, The voice and video information is posted by the display unit 151 and the speaker unit 153 provided in the automatic spraying device 100 through a method of performing the control by inputting to the automatic spraying device 100. The information for changing the preset value stored in the automatic injection apparatus 100 may change the preset value of the automatic injection apparatus 100.

The server unit 260 serves to store the first information received by the first receiving unit 210 and the second information produced by the control unit 250, and is commonly used microcomputer. Storage is used to store data in electromagnetic form so that the processor can access it.

The operating method of the interactive system of the automatic injection device according to the second embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIG. 7 is a flowchart illustrating a method of operating an interactive system of an automatic injection device according to a second embodiment of the present invention.

As shown in FIG. 1, first, a sensing step P11 of sensing first information detected by the sensor 110 included in the automatic injection device is performed. In this process, it may be via the microprocessor including the injection control unit 190, whereby the first information is processed and modified in a form that is easy to transmit in the first transmission unit 120 It is possible.

In addition, in the sensing step (P11), the sensor is a camera (not shown), and collects vision information through the camera, and includes an analysis module (not shown) for analyzing the vision information to produce vision analysis information In addition, the first information may further include the vision information and the vision interpretation information.

Here, the camera is generally sensed by photographing the partitioned space 500 (refer to FIG. 3) provided in the automatic injection device 100, and accordingly, the non-interpretation information is stored in the partitioned space 500. Including the invasive pests amount information that grasps the number of invasive pests, but is not limited to this, it is also possible to determine the type of pests. In addition, the vision information sensed by the camera (not shown) may be transformed into text information and included as the first information.

In addition, in the sensing step P11, the first information may further include check information input from the input unit 195.

Next, a first storage step of storing the first information in the memory unit is performed (P12).

Next, the first information is transmitted to the control center 200 located at a remote location by the first transmission unit 120 provided in the automatic injection device 100 (P13).

Next, the first receiving unit 210 provided in the control center 200 receives the first information (P14), and stores the first information in the server unit 260 (P141).

Next, a first generation step P15 of generating second information according to the first information received from the control unit 250 is performed. Here, the second information is stored in the server unit 260 (P16).

Next, the second information is transmitted to the automatic spraying apparatus 100 by the second transmitting unit 290 (P17).

Next, the second information is received by the second receiving unit 180 provided in the automatic injection device 100 (P18).

Next, the injection control unit 190 generates a control signal according to the second information (P19).

Next, by controlling the automatic injection device 100 by the controller 140 according to the generated control signal (P20), the interactive system of the automatic injection device is operated.

In the first generation step (P15), the control unit 250 may further include a second generation step (not shown) for producing third information independent of the first information. Accordingly, similar to the method of transmitting and receiving the second information, the second transmitting unit 290 transmits the third information to the automatic injection device 100, and the second receiving unit 180 is the first Receives 3 information to change the setting value previously stored in the memory unit 161 provided in the automatic injection device 100, the voice and image information is the speaker unit 153 provided in the automatic injection device 100 ) And the display unit 151. In addition, the image information may be displayed on the light emitting diode 155.

In addition, in the method of operating the interactive system of the automatic injection device, the steps are not operated one-time, but are always operated while the automatic injection device 100 is operated or are operated at regular intervals, but are not limited thereto. The present invention is not limited thereto. For example, the control result of the automatic injection device 100 is retransmitted to the control center 200 by analyzing the control signal, and the results are sensed by the automatic injection device 100. It is also possible to change the frequency.

The first information, the second information corresponding to the first information, and the control signal according to the second information according to an embodiment of the present invention will be described below. For convenience of explanation, the first information, the second information, and the control signal will be described first with Table 1, and then each will be described in detail.

Table 1 showing the first information and the second information is as follows.

First information (Si) Second Information (Aij) Control signal (Cijk) Environmental information Wind speed information Strong Wind Information Strong wind alarm indication by light or sound First injection stop information Stop sign Internal / External Humidity Information High Humidity Information Display high humidity notifications by light or sound Possible leakage alarm Second injection stop information Stop sign  Rainfall Information Heavy rain information Possible leakage alarm Heavy Rain Alarm Forced Power Off Third injection stop information Stop sign Internal / External Temperature Information Fire alarm Forced Power Off Signal Contact signal to fire department Fire alarm signal by light or sound Send short messages to users by communication Overheating Information Cooling work Forced Power Off Signal Overheat information display signal by light or sound Low temperature information Low temperature alarm indication by light or sound Forced Power Off No pest activity indication Elapsed time information after entrance closure Freeze Information Stop sign

Injection information Injection volume Injection quantity change information Injection quantity change signal Abnormal jet information Alarm signal generated by abnormal spraying by light or sound Injection pressure First or more nozzle information Nozzle automatic cleaning signal Working nozzles Second or more nozzle information Nozzle automatic cleaning signal Auto Cleaning Nozzle Information Post-Cleaning Inspection Information for Auto-Cleaned Nozzles Target Nozzle Test Spray Signal Abnormal nozzle information Third or more nozzle information Abnormal operation signal by light or sound Signal schedule reminder to users with short message Injection timing information Injection timing change information Current change signal Voltage change signal Unit information Pharmaceutical balance Drug replacement information Pharmaceutical rotation signal by light or sound Remaining Replacement Cycle Information Drug replacement information Pharmaceutical rotation signal by light or sound Current post text and visual information New Sterilization Information New Sterilization Information Posting Signal New Information New Post Information Signal New Ad Information New Ad Post Signal Software Version Information Software upgrade information Software upgrade signal Inspection and remaining inspection cycle information Check alarm Notify users of the schedule in a short message Light or sound reminds you when to check Operational Status Information Abnormal operation information Malfunction notification signal by light or sound Freeze Information Stop sign Memory information Memory saturation information Delete stored memory after sending the first information to the control center Memory download request indication by light or sound Sensor information Sensor malfunction information Sensor malfunction signal by light or sound Sensor stop signal AC power information Power short circuit information Power short circuit alarm signal by light or sound Power off after short-circuit alarm sent to user with short message

Here, Table 1 shows a display corresponding to each of the second information (A ij) and its control signal (C ijk) according to corresponding to the first information (S i). As described in Table 1, according to each first information, second information A ij is generated according to a predetermined reference, and according to each second information A ij , a plurality of control signals C ijk Also, the control signal C ijk may be equivalently changed or replaced according to the equipment provided in the automatic injection device.

Said control signal corresponding to the first information (S i) with the first information (S i) and the second information (A ij) and the second information (A ij) in accordance with the gathered from the sensor 110 ( C ijk ) is expressed as a function of Equation 1.

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Here, the second information (A ij) may be represented as a function that is determined by by the flow and processing of the first information (S i) to be described later to the first information (S i), said control signal (C ijk) also it can be expressed as a function of the second information (a ij), which is determined by the second information (a ij).

Hereinafter, the relationship between each of the first information, the second information, and the control signal described in Table 1 will be described. Hereinafter, the flow and processing procedures of the first information and the second information described may be commonly applied to the first and second embodiments.

First, FIG. 8 is a flowchart generally illustrating flow and generation of first information, second information, and a control signal according to an exemplary embodiment of the present invention.

Thus As shown, it transmits first the first information (S i) collected and (F1), the first information (S i) to the next (F2).

And then, it receives the first information (S i) (F3).

Next, according to the first information (S i ) to produce a second information (A ij ) (F4).

Next, the second information A ij is transmitted (F5) and received (F6).

Next, a control signal C ijk is generated according to the received second information A ij (F7), and the automatic injection device is controlled according to the control signal C ijk (F8).

For reference, as shown by the dotted line, the steps F1, F2, F6, F7 and F8 are performed in the automatic injection device 100, and the steps F3 to F5 are performed in the control center 200.

Here, the step (F4) of producing the second information (A ij ) corresponding to the first information (S i ) and the step (F7) of generating the control signal (C ijk ) accordingly shown in Table 1 Each case is described as follows.

For reference, for convenience of description, steps F5 and F6 are steps for transmitting the second information from the control center regardless of the first and second information and receiving the information from the automatic injection device, and thus, will not be described separately. It will be omitted below.

9 is described for the F4 stage and F7 of FIG. 8 to generate the second information (Aij) and the control signal (Cijk) in the case of the first information (S i) a wind speed information (S 1) Flowchart.

As shown in FIG. 1, first, the wind speed information S 1 is compared with a preset wind speed reference W 0 (601).

Next, when the winding frequency information S 1 is equal to or greater than the preset wind speed reference W 0 , the second information A 1j is generated using at least one of the strong wind information A 11 and the injection stop information A 12 . If it is less than the preset wind speed reference W 0 , the second information A 1j is generated using the normal information A 12 (603).

Accordingly, when j is 1 as the control signal C 11k corresponding to the second information A 11 , the strong wind warning signal C 111 is light or sound, and when j is 2, the operation stop signal C is used. 121 is generated 604, and when j is 3, the control signal C 13k corresponding to the second information A 13 is generated as a normal signal C 131 (605).

10 is shown in Figure 8 to generate the first information (S i) is the second information (Aij) and the control signal (Cijk) to within, if the external humidity information (S 2) of the automatic injection device Is a flowchart illustrating steps F4 and F7.

As shown in the drawing, first, the inside and outside humidity information S 2 of the automatic injection device are compared with the inside and outside humidity reference H 0 of a preset automatic injection device (611), and the inside of the automatic injection device. When the external humidity information S 2 is greater than or equal to the internal and external humidity standards H 0 of the automatic injection device, the high humidity information A 21 or the second injection stop information A 22 is generated (612), which is less than In this case, a normal signal A 23 is generated (613).

Accordingly, the control signal C 2jk is based on the second information A 2j , when j is 1, at least one of a high humidity alarm signal C 211 and a ground fault generation alarm C 212 by light or sound. If one is generated and j is 2, an operation stop signal C 221 is generated (614). If j is 3, a normal information signal C 231 is generated (615).

11 is for explaining the F4 stage and F7 of FIG. 8 to generate the first information (S i) is the second information (Aij) and the control signal (Cijk) in the case of rainfall information (S 3) Flowchart.

As shown in FIG. 1, first, the rainfall information S 3 is compared with a preset rainfall criterion R 0 (621). In step 621, if the rainfall information S 3 is equal to or greater than the rainfall criterion R 0 , heavy rain alarm A 31 or third injection stop information A 32 is generated (622), If small, the normal information A 33 is generated (623).

Accordingly, the control signal C 3jk is light or sound when j is 1 according to the second information A 3j , the heavy rain warning signal C 311 when j is 1, and the operation stop signal when j is 2. (C 321 ) is generated (624), when j is 3 is generated as a normal display signal (C 331 ) (625).

The Figure 12 is shown in Figure 8 to generate the first information (S i) an automatic injector inside, and the second information (Aij) and the control signal (Cijk) when the outside temperature information (S 4) F4 It is a flowchart describing step and step F7.

As shown in FIG. 6, external temperature information S 4 in the automatic injection device is compared with a preset first temperature T 1 (631).

In this process, when the temperature information S 4 is greater than or equal to the first temperature T 1 , the fire information A 41 is generated (632), and when the temperature information S 4 is smaller than the preset second temperature T 2. (633).

When the temperature information S 4 is greater than or equal to the second temperature T 2 , in step 633, the overheat information A 42 is generated (634), and when the temperature information S 4 is greater than or equal to the preset third temperature T 3 . (635).

In step 635, if the temperature information S 4 is smaller than the third temperature T 3 , low temperature information A 43 is generated (636), and if it is larger than or equal to, normal information A 44 is generated. (637).

Accordingly, the control signal C 2jk is a forced power cutoff signal C 411 when the j is 1 according to the second information A 2j , a contact signal C 412 to the fire department, a fire alarm by light or sound. At least one signal generated from the generated signal (C 413 ) and communication to the user by sending a short message (C 414 ) (638), if j is 2, the cooling operation execution signal (C 421 ), overheating with light or sound Generate at least one signal of the alarm display signal (C 422 ) or forced power off signal (C 423 ) (639), if j is 3, low temperature alarm generation signal (C 431 ) by light or sound, forced power off At least one signal of the signal C 432 and the no animal activity indication C 433 is generated 640, and if j is 4, the normal signal C 441 is generated 641.

In the present embodiment, the fire information A 41 is presented when the first information is the temperature information S 4. However, the fire information A 41 is not limited or limited thereto, and is provided with a sensor for detecting smoke. It is also possible to generate the fire information A 41 .

Figure 13 is an F4 of FIG. 8 to generate the first information (S i) is the second information (Aij) and the control signal (Cijk) when the elapsed time information (S 5) after closing of the inlet And a flowchart describing step F7.

As shown in the figure, first, the elapsed time information after closing of the entrance (S 5 ) is compared with a preset entrance time reference (RTD 0 ) after closing the entrance (651), and the elapsed time information after closing of the entrance (S 5 ). If is greater than or equal to the elapsed time criterion (RTD 0 ) after closing of the inlet, the operation stop information (A 51 ) is generated (652), if less than the normal signal (A 52 ) is generated (653).

Accordingly, according to the second information A 5j , the control signal C 5jk generates an operation stop signal C 511 when j is 1 (654), and normal information when j is 2. Generate signal C 521 (655).

14 is for explaining the F4 stage and F7 of FIG. 8 to generate the first information (S i) the injection quantity information, the second information (Aij) and the control signal (Cijk) in the case of (S 6) Flowchart.

As shown therein, first, the injection amount information S 6 is compared with the preset injection amount information I 0 (661).

Next, when the injection amount S 6 is different from the preset injection amount information I 0 , at least one of the injection amount change information A 61 or the abnormal injection information A 62 is generated (662). Generate information A 63 (663).

Next, this way, the second information (A 61) a control signal corresponding to the control signal (C 61k) roneun generates injection quantity change signal (C 611), the second information (A 62) corresponding to the (C 62k ) Generates an abnormal injection warning signal C 621 by light or sound (664), and generates a normal information signal (C 631 ) by a control signal (C 63k ) corresponding to the second information (A 63 ) ( 665).

Figure 15 is the F4 stage and F7 of FIG. 8 to generate the first information (S i) is the injection pressure information and the second information (Aij) and the control signal (Cijk) in the case of (S 7) This is the flowchart described.

As shown in FIG. 1, first, the injection pressure information S 7 is compared with preset injection pressure information PI 0 (671).

Next, when the injection pressure S 7 is different from the preset injection pressure information PI 0 , the first or more nozzle information A 71 is generated (672), and in the same case, the normal information (A 72 ) is generated. (673)

Next, according to the control signal (C 71k ) corresponding to the second information (A 71 ) generates a nozzle automatic cleaning signal (C 711 ) (674), the control corresponding to the second information (A 72 ) The normal information signal C 721 is generated using the signal C 72k (675).

Here, similarly to the case where the first information (S i ) is the injection pressure information (S 7 ), as shown in FIG. 15, even when the first information (S i ) is the number of operating nozzles (S 8 ), When the second information A ij is different from the preset number of nozzles, the second information A ij is generated as the second or more nozzle information A 81 , and when the same, the second information A ij is generated as normal information A 82 . Accordingly, the control signal C 8ik is a nozzle automatic cleaning signal C 811 when j is 1, and a normal information signal C 821 when j is 2, respectively.

Figure 16 is the first information (S i) to automatically clean the nozzle information (S 9) of the second information (Aij) and the F4 stage and F7 of FIG. 8 to generate the control signal (Cijk) if Is a flow chart that describes.

As shown in FIG. 1, first, the automatic cleaning nozzle information S 9 is matched to match the preset classification criteria of the nozzle (681).

Next, after cleaning according to the automatic cleaning nozzle information (S 9 ) to generate the inspection information (A 91 ) (682).

Next, according to the control signal C 91k corresponding to the second information A 91 , the target nozzle test injection signal C 911 is generated (683).

Figure 17 is the F4 stage and F7 of FIG. 8 to generate the first information (S i) is more than the nozzle information and the second information (Aij) and the control signal (Cijk) in the case of (S 10) This is the flowchart described.

As shown in FIG. 1, first, the abnormal nozzle information S 10 is classified according to a predetermined classification criterion of the nozzle (691).

Next, third abnormal nozzle information A 101 is generated according to the classified abnormal nozzle information S 10 (692).

Next, according to the control signal C 101k corresponding to the second information A 101 , at least one of the check schedule notification signal C 1011 as a short message to the user or the abnormal operation signal C 1012 as light or sound. Create one (693).

Flow charts describing steps F4 and F7 shown in FIG. 8 for generating the second information Aij and the control signal Cijk shown in FIGS. 14 to 17 are separately described, but are not limited thereto. .

For example, first, when the injection volume or the injection pressure is received at the control center using the first information, and when there is an error, the nozzle automatic cleaning signal is transmitted to the second information to automatically clean the nozzles. Proceed with normalization.

Next, the post-cleaning inspection information of the nozzle subjected to the automatic cleaning is received as the first information, and accordingly, the target nozzle test injection information is transmitted to the second information to perform injection on the target nozzle. Secondly, check that the nozzle is normalized.

Even after the operation, when the abnormal state of the nozzle is transmitted and received with the first information, a third abnormal nozzle alarm is transmitted as the second information, and the automatic spraying device checks the user with a short message using the control signal. An abnormal operation signal is generated by a schedule reminding signal or a light or sound, and the abnormal nozzle is operated to be checked and repaired.

Figure 18 is the F4 stage and F7 of FIG. 8 to generate the first information (S i) the injection timing information and the second information (Aij) and the control signal (Cijk) in the case of (S 11) This is the flowchart described.

As shown in FIG. 1, first, the injection timing information S 11 is compared with a preset injection criterion SI 0 of the nozzle (701).

Next, when the injection timing information S 11 is different from the preset injection criterion SI 0 , the injection timing change information A 111 is generated (702), and in the same case, the normal information A 112 is generated. (703).

Accordingly, the control signal C 11jk generates a current change signal or a voltage change signal C 1111 when j is 1 according to the second information A 11j (704), and j is 2. In the case where the normal information signal C 1121 is generated (705).

19 is a diagram for generating the first information (S i) a medicament remaining amount and the remaining replacement period information, the second information (A ij), and said control signal (C ijk) in the case of (S 12, S 13) 8 It is a flow chart illustrating the steps F4 and F7 shown in.

As shown in the drawing, first, the remaining amount of drug S 12 is compared with a preset remaining amount of drug reference RK 0 (711).

Next, when the drug remaining amount information (S 12 ) is less than the drug remaining amount reference (RK 0 ), the drug replacement information (A 121 ) is generated (712), and the remaining replacement period information (S 13 ) is the remaining replacement period. Compare with reference TRK 0 (713).

Next, when the remaining replacement cycle information S 13 is less than the residual replacement cycle reference TRK 0 , the medicine replacement information A 122 is generated (714), and when the residual replacement cycle information S 13 is less than the residual replacement cycle information TRK 0 , the normal information A 123 is generated. (715).

Accordingly, the control signal C 12jk generates a drug replacement information signal C 1211 using light or sound when j is 1 according to the second information A 12j (716), and j is 2. In the case of the drug replacement information signal (C 1221 ) is generated by light or sound (717), if j is 3 generates a normal information signal (C 1231 ) (718).

Figure 20 is the first information (S i) a step to the currently published video information (S 14) of the case shown in the Figure 8 to generate the second information (A ij), and said control signal (C ijk) F4 and It is a flow chart explaining the step F7. For reference, the current post image information S 14 includes post period information.

As shown in the drawing, first, it is checked whether the current posting video information S 14 exceeds a preset posting period TP 0 (721).

Next, when the current post image information S 14 exceeds the preset post period TP 0 , new sterilization information A 141 and new guide information A according to each post image information S 14 . 142 ) or at least one of new advertisement information A 143 (722), or normal posting information A 144 (723) if not exceeded.

Accordingly, the control signal C 14jk generates a new sterilization information posting signal C 1411 when j is 1 according to the second information A 14j , and when j is 2, the new guide information. A post signal C 1421 is generated, when j is 3, a new advertisement information post signal C 1431 is generated (724), and when j is 4, a normal post signal C 1441 is generated. (725).

Figure 21 is the first information (S i), the software version information (S 15) of the F4 stage and F7 shown in the Figure 8 to generate the second information (A ij), and said control signal (C ijk) if A flowchart describing the steps.

As shown in the figure, first, it is checked whether the software version information S 15 is the same as the recently upgraded software version VER 0 (731).

Next, when the software version information S 15 is older than the recently upgraded software version VER 0 , the software upgrade information A 151 is generated (732), otherwise the normal software information A 152 ) (733).

Accordingly, the control signal C 15jk generates a software upgrade signal C 1511 when j is 1 according to the second information A 15j (734), and when j is 2, normal software. Generate signal C 1521 (735).

Figure 22 is the first information (S i) to check information (S 16) of the F4 stage and F7 of FIG. 8 to generate the second information (A ij), and said control signal (C ijk) if Is a flow chart that describes. The check information (S 16 ) includes whether the check and the number of days since the last check date.

As shown in FIG. 1, first, whether the inspection of the inspection information S 16 is performed during the preset inspection period or whether the inspection is performed or not is not performed (741).

Next, if the check is denied generates a check alarm (A 161 ) (742).

Next, if the increment is equal to (점점), the number of days TP after the latest inspection date is compared with the preset inspection period TP 0 (743).

Here, if the elapsed days TP is greater than or equal to the check period TP 0 , the check alarm A 161 is generated (742), and if it is small, the normal information (A 162 ) is generated (744). ).

Accordingly, in response to the control information C 16jk according to the second information A 16j , when j is 1, a check schedule notification message is sent to the user through a short message transmission signal C 1611 or a check time signal by light or sound. A display signal C 1612 is generated (745), and if j is 2, a normal information signal C 1621 is generated (746).

23 is for explaining the F4 stage and F7 of FIG. 8 to generate the first information (S i) is the second information (Aij) and the control signal (Cijk) when the sensor information (S 17) Flowchart.

As shown in the drawing, first, whether the sensor is operating normally through the sensor information (S 17 ) (751), and if it is not normal to generate the sensor malfunction information (A 171 ) (752), if it is normal Normal information A 172 is generated (753).

Accordingly, the control signal C 17jk is at least one of a sensor malfunction signal C 1711 or a sensor operation stop signal C 1712 by light or sound when j is 1 according to the second information A 17j . In operation 754, if j is 2, a normal information signal C 1721 is generated in operation 755.

24 is the first information (S i) is the operating state information (S 18) of the second information (Aij) and the F4 stage and F7 of FIG. 8 to generate the control signal (Cijk) if Is a flow chart that describes.

As shown in the drawing, first, whether the automatic injection device is operating normally through the operation state information (S 18 ) (761), and if it is not normal, abnormal operation information (A 181 ) or operation stop information (A 182). (At 762), and generates normal information (A 183 ) if it is operating normally (763).

Accordingly, the control signal C 18jk is an abnormal operation notification signal C 1811 or an operation stop signal C 1821 with light or sound when j is 1 or 2, respectively, according to the second information A 18j . ) Is generated, and if j is 3, a normal information signal C 1831 is generated (765).

Figure 25 is the first information (S i) is the F4 stage and F7 of FIG. 8 to generate the second information (Aij) and the control signal (Cijk) in the case where the AC power supply information (S 19) Is a flow chart that describes.

As shown in the drawing, first, in accordance with the AC power information S 19 , it is checked whether the connection is shorted or the connection is stable (771).

Next, in the case of short-circuit or unstable connection in step 771, the power short-circuit information A 191 is generated (772), and if it is normally connected, normal information (A 192 ) is generated (773).

Accordingly, according to the second information A 19j , the control signal C 19jk sends a power short-circuit alarm to the user via a short message to the abnormal operation notification signal C 1911 or light or sound when j is 1. After generating at least one of the power off signal (C 1912 ) (774), if j is 2 generates a normal information signal (C 1921 ) (775).

My 3 Example

Referring to the interactive system of the automatic injection device according to the third embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 26 is a configuration diagram illustrating an interactive system of an automatic injection device according to a third embodiment of the present invention. For reference, for the convenience of description, the description of the same parts as those in the third embodiment of the above-described contents in the first and second embodiments of the present invention will be omitted.

As shown therein, the interactive system of the automatic spraying device includes a plurality of automatic spraying devices 100, a communication network 300, a concentrator 400, and a control center 200.

The concentrator 400 includes a first transmitter / receiver unit 410, a storage unit 420, a second transmitter / receiver unit 430, and a numerical inputter 450.

The first transmitting and receiving unit 410 is composed of a transmitter and a receiver commonly used to receive the first information 101 transmitted from the automatic injection device, and to transmit to the control center 200, the storage unit 420 is a microcomputer commonly used similarly to the server unit 260 (see FIG. 6) described above in the second embodiment of the present invention to store the first information received by the first transmission / reception unit 410. Storage is used to store data in electromagnetic form so that the processor can access it.

The first information 101 stored in the storage unit 420 is provided to be downloadable to the outside through a portable universal serial bus 425, which is generally commercially available, but is not limited thereto or limited thereto. It is also possible to be provided to download the first information 101 from the outside through infrared data communication (IrDA).

The second transmitting and receiving unit 430 similarly to the first transmitting and receiving unit 410 to receive the second and third information 301 transmitted from the control center 200, and to transmit to the automatic spraying device. It comprises a transmitter and a receiver.

The numerical input unit 450 is provided in one of keypad or universal serial bus type so as to enable external input of the fourth information 401 for changing a preset setting value of the automatic injection device 100, but is limited or limited thereto. It doesn't happen. In addition, it is also possible to download the third information generated by the control center 200 from the outside and input the numerical input unit 450.

The fourth information 401 is transmitted to the automatic injection device 100 by the second transmission / reception unit 430, and to the memory unit 161 (see FIG. 3) provided in the automatic injection device 100. Stored.

FIG. 27 is a flowchart illustrating a method of operating an interactive system of the automatic injection device shown in FIG. 26. For reference, reference numerals for the respective configurations are referred to FIGS. 3, 6, and 26.

As shown in FIG. 1, first, first information detected by the sensor 110 included in the automatic injection device is collected (P21).

Next, the first information is transmitted to the concentrator 400 by the first transmission unit 120 provided in the automatic injection device 100 (P22).

Next, the first water transmission unit 410 provided in the concentrator 400 receives the first information (P23). Here, the first information is stored in the storage unit 420 provided in the concentrator 400 (P231), and if necessary, the first information stored in the storage unit 420 is downloaded to the outside (P232). ).

Next, the first information is transmitted to the control center 200 separately located at a remote location (P24).

Next, the first receiving unit 210 provided in the control center 200 receives the first information, and generates the second information according to the first information received from the control unit 250 ( P25). Here, if necessary, the third information for changing the setting value of the automatic injection device 100 is produced (P251).

Next, the second and third information is transmitted to the concentrator 400 again by the second transmitting unit 290 (P26).

Next, the second transmission and reception unit 430 provided in the concentrator 400 receives the second and third information (P27). Here, the fourth information for selectively changing the setting value of the automatic injection device 100 is input from the numerical input unit 450 provided in the concentrator 400 as necessary (P271). In general, when the third information is not received, when the setting value of the automatic injection device 100 needs to be changed, the fourth information is input.

Next, the second and third information or the fourth information is transmitted to the automatic injection device 100 (P28).

Next, the second and third information or the fourth information is received by the second receiving unit 180 provided in the automatic injection device 100 (P29).

Next, the injection control unit 190 generates a control signal according to the second information (P30).

Next, by controlling the automatic injection device 100 according to the generated control signal (P31), the interactive system of the automatic injection device is operated.

Here, in step P29, when the third or fourth information is received, by controlling to change the setting value of the automatic injection device 100 according to the received third or fourth information (P32) Operate the interactive system of the injection device.

As described above, according to the present invention, the automatic injection device detects the first information and transmits it to a control center located at a remote location to generate the second information according to the first information, and the second information again the automatic It is effective to provide an interactive system of an automatic injection device which is controlled in real time by controlling the automatic injection device by transmitting to the injection device and generating a control signal according to the real time.

In addition, there is an advantage that can be replaced in a timely manner, by grasping the consumption of the drug provided in the automatic injection device in real time in the control center located in a remote place.

In addition, the interactive system of the normal automatic injection device can be efficiently controlled by grasping the operating state, the injection pressure, the injection amount, the abnormal state information for each nozzle, and the injection timing information in real time, and remotely controlling the injection nozzle included in the automatic injection device. It is effective to operate.

In addition, the control center to grasp the operating state information of the automatic injection device in real time, and by building a database according to this has the effect that can be used for efficient design and planning of the automatic injection device.

In addition, by grasping the capture time of the harmful animals captured by the automatic injection device in real time to determine the main activity time of the harmful animals it is easy to build a database for harmful animals.

In addition, there is an effect that can be controlled in real time by generating the fire alarm, overheat alarm and low temperature alarm by grasping the internal and external temperature of the automatic injection device in real time in the remote control center, There is an advantage that efficient control is possible by spraying the drug in accordance with the humidity and temperature appropriately controlled injection amount.

In addition, by real-time control of the automatic injection device by generating a short circuit occurrence alarm and fire occurrence alarm by grasping the rainfall and humidity of the location where the automatic injection device is installed in the remote control center during the operation period of the automatic injection device There is a possible advantage.

In addition, by checking whether the automatic injection device is in abnormal operation in real time, the control staff who checks the automatic injection device can identify the problem without visiting, and can control the automatic injection device from a remote location. There is an advantage.

In addition, it is possible to determine the replacement and charging time of the consumables by determining the status of the various consumables such as the memory and medicines provided in the automatic injector in real time, or to control the automatic injector with a delete signal after the memory transmission It works.

In addition, when the user of the automatic spraying device confirms that an abnormality has occurred in the automatic spraying device and contacts the person who performs the control, there is an effect that the first response can be identified by real time without a visit.

In addition, in addition to the information of the harmful animals captured by the automatic injection device, in addition to obtaining a variety of information, such as environmental information of the environment where the automatic injection device is installed in real time to facilitate the use in the study on the automatic injection device better automatic injection There is an effect that can be reflected in the design of the device.

In addition, a plurality of the automatic spraying apparatus is generally installed at every necessary place. Accordingly, the automatic spraying apparatus is managed at a remote control center without the visitor periodically visiting the plurality of automatic spraying apparatuses. There is an advantage that it is easy.

In addition, the plurality of automatic injectors are equipped with relatively inexpensive short-range communication means, and the concentrator for collecting information of the plurality of automatic injectors is equipped with a relatively low cost communication means by mounting a relatively long distance communication means. As a result, it is possible to operate an interactive system of an efficient automatic injection device.

As described above, although described with reference to the preferred embodiment of the present invention, those skilled in the art various modifications and variations of the present invention without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention described in the claims below I can understand that you can.

Claims (76)

  1. One or more spray nozzles for spraying a medicament for killing or expelling the pest;
    At least one sensor for sensing and collecting first information;
    A first transmitting unit transmitting the first information;
    A first receiving unit receiving the first information;
    A control unit for generating second information according to the first information;
    A second transmitting unit for transmitting the second information;
    A second receiving unit which receives the second information; And
    An injection control unit generating a control signal according to the second information to control the automatic injection device;
    The injection nozzle, the sensor, the first transmission unit, the second receiving unit and the injection control unit are provided in the automatic injection device, the first receiving unit, the control unit and the second transmission Unit is an interactive system of the automatic injection device is provided in a separate control center remote from the automatic injection device.
  2. The method of claim 1,
    The automatic injection device and the control center interactive system of the automatic injection device, characterized in that for transmitting and receiving the first information and the second information using at least one of a wired or wireless communication network.
  3. The method of claim 2,
    The network may include a local area network (LAN), a wide area network (WAN), a public switched telephone network (PSTN), a packet switched network (PSDN), an asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL), an integrated communications network (ISDN), code division multiple access (CDMA), and Interactive system of the automatic injection device, characterized in that at least one of the Ethernet (ETHERNET).
  4. The method of claim 3, wherein
    The sensor may include at least one of an optical sensor, a pressure sensor, a temperature sensor, a wind pressure sensor, a humidity sensor, a proximity sensor, an infrared area sensor, an electric resistance sensor, and a capacitance sensor, and the sensor may be formed inside or outside the automatic injection device. Or at least one of the adjacent positions.
  5. The method of claim 4, wherein
    The automatic injection device includes an interactive system of an automatic injection device, characterized in that it comprises a display unit for displaying text information and image information.
  6. The method of claim 5,
    The display unit is an interactive system of an automatic spraying device, characterized in that it comprises at least one or more of a liquid crystal display (LCD), a light emitting diode (LED) or an organic EL (OELD, Organic Electro Luminescence Display)
  7. The method of claim 5,
    The first information is
    Internal and external environmental information of the automatic injection device;
    Injection information including injection related information of the automatic injection device; And
    Unit information on units provided in the automatic injection device;
    Interactive system of the automatic injection device comprising a.
  8. The method of claim 7, wherein
    The environmental information interactive system of the automatic injection device, characterized in that at least one of the temperature, wind speed, rainfall and humidity information.
  9. The method of claim 8,
    And wherein the first information is wind speed information and the second information is at least one of strong wind information and first injection stop information when the wind speed is equal to or greater than a predetermined wind speed.
  10. The method of claim 9,
    The control signal is a strong wind alarm display by light or sound when the second information is strong wind information, and an operation stop signal when the second information is first injection stop information. .
  11. The method of claim 8,
    The first information is the external and internal humidity of the automatic injection device, the second information is the high humidity information or the second injection stop information, when the predetermined humidity or more, the interactive system of the automatic injection device.
  12. The method of claim 11,
    The control signal is at least one or more signals of the high humidity notification display and the electric leakage possible alarm when the second information is high humidity information, and the operation stop signal when the second information is the second injection stop information. The interactive system of the automatic injection device characterized by the above-mentioned.
  13. The method of claim 8,
    The first information is rainfall information, and the second information is at least one of heavy rain information and third injection stop information when the rainfall is equal to or greater than a preset rainfall.
  14. The method of claim 13,
    The control signal is at least one or more signals of possible leakage alarm, heavy rain alarm or forced power off when the second information is heavy rain information, and an operation stop signal when the second information is third injection stop information. Interactive system of the automatic injection device, characterized in that.
  15. The method of claim 8,
    And wherein the first information is an internal or external temperature of the automatic spraying device, and the second information is fire information when the second information is equal to or greater than a preset first temperature value.
  16. The method of claim 15,
    When the second information is fire information, the control signal is at least one of a forced power cutoff signal, a contact signal to the fire department, a fire alarm generation signal by light or sound, and a short message sent by communication to the user. Interactive system of automatic injection device.
  17. The method of claim 15,
    Wherein the first information is the internal or external temperature of the automatic injection device, the second information is overheating information of the automatic injection device when the predetermined second temperature value or more and less than the predetermined first temperature value Interactive system of automatic spraying device.
  18. The method of claim 17,
    And the control signal is at least one of a cooling operation, a forced power cutoff signal, and a light or sound overheat information display signal when the second information is overheat information.
  19. The method of claim 15,
    And wherein the first information is an internal or external temperature of the automatic injection device, and the second information is low temperature information when the second information is less than or equal to a preset third temperature value.
  20. The method of claim 19,
    And the control signal is at least one signal of low temperature alarm generation indication, forced power off or no harmful animal activity indication by light or sound when the second information is low temperature information.
  21. The method of claim 7, wherein
    The automatic injection device is an interactive system of the automatic injection device, further comprising a sensor for sensing the elapsed time information after closing the entrance of the partitioned place when the place where the automatic injection device is installed.
  22. The method of claim 21,
    The environmental information further includes elapsed time information after closing the inlet, and when the first information is elapsed time information after closing the inlet, when the second information is more than a preset elapsed time, the operation of the automatic injection device is stopped. Interactive system of automatic injection device, characterized in that the information.
  23. The method of claim 7, wherein
    And the injection information is at least one of the injection amount, injection pressure, number of operating nozzles, automatic cleaning nozzle information, abnormal nozzle information, and injection timing information of the automatic injection device.
  24. The method of claim 23, wherein
    And wherein the first information is injection amount information of the automatic injection device, and wherein the second information is at least one of injection amount change information or abnormal injection information when it is different from a preset injection amount.
  25. The method of claim 24,
    The control signal is an injection quantity change signal when the second information is injection amount change information, and when the second information is abnormal injection information, an abnormal injection occurrence alarm signal is generated by light or sound. system.
  26. The method of claim 23, wherein
    Wherein the first information is injection pressure information of the automatic injection device, and the second information is first or more nozzle information when the injection pressure is different from a preset injection pressure.
  27. The method of claim 26,
    And the control signal is a nozzle automatic cleaning signal when the second information is first or more nozzle information.
  28. The method of claim 23, wherein
    And wherein the first information is information on the number of operation nozzles of the automatic injection device, and the second information is second or more nozzle information when the number of nozzles is different from a preset number of nozzles.
  29. The method of claim 28,
    And the control signal is a nozzle automatic cleaning signal when the second information is second or more nozzle information.
  30. The method of claim 23, wherein
    And the first information is automatic cleaning nozzle information, and the second information is post-cleaning inspection information of the automatically cleaned nozzle.
  31. The method of claim 30,
    And the control signal is a target nozzle test injection signal when the second information is post-cleaning inspection information.
  32. The method of claim 23, wherein
    And the first information is abnormal nozzle information of a test injection nozzle, and the second information is third abnormal nozzle information.
  33. The method of claim 32,
    The control signal may be at least one of an abnormal operation signal by light or sound or a check schedule notification signal by a short message to the user when the second information is third abnormal nozzle information. .
  34. The method of claim 23, wherein
    And wherein the first information is injection timing information and the second information is injection timing change information when the second information is different from a preset injection timing.
  35. The method of claim 34,
    And the control signal is at least one of a current change signal and a voltage change signal for changing the injection time when the second information is the third or more injection time change information.
  36. The method of claim 7, wherein
    The unit information is at least one or more of the drug remaining amount and the remaining replacement cycle, the current posted text and image information, software version information, inspection information, abnormal operation information, AC power information, memory information or sensor information of the automatic injection device Interactive system.
  37. The method of claim 36,
    The first information is medicine remaining amount and remaining replacement cycle information, and the second information is medicine replacement information when the first information satisfies at least one condition of less than a preset medicine remaining amount or less than a preset remaining replacement cycle. Interactive system of the automatic injection device, characterized in that.
  38. The method of claim 37, wherein
    And the control signal is a drug replacement signal by light or sound when the second information is drug replacement information.
  39. The method of claim 36,
    The first information is currently posted text and video information, the second information is at least one or more of the new sterilization information, new guide information or new advertising information, if the preset posting period is exceeded. Interactive system.
  40. The method of claim 39,
    The control signal may be a new sterilization information posting signal, a new guide information posting signal and a new advertisement information posting signal so as to correspond to each of the second information when the new sterilization information, the new guide information and the new advertisement information. Interactive system of injection device.
  41. The method of claim 36,
    And wherein the first information is software version information, and the second information is software upgrade information when the second information is less than or equal to the current software version.
  42. 42. The method of claim 41 wherein
    And the control signal is a software upgrade signal when the second information is software upgrade information.
  43. The method of claim 36,
    The sensor is an input unit for inputting inspection information including whether or not the inspection of the automatic injection device, the inspection date, the inspector, and the inspection details, wherein the first information is the inspection information. system.
  44. The method of claim 43,
    The first information is check information, and the second information is a check period in which the number of elapsed days after the check date is set when the check of the first information is negative or the check is possible. Interactive system of automatic injection device, characterized in that the greater than or equal to the warning alarm.
  45. The method of claim 44,
    The control signal is an interactive system of an automatic spraying device, characterized in that when the second information is a check alert, at least one or more of a check schedule short message sent to the user through communication or a check time notification display by light or sound.
  46. The method of claim 36,
    The automatic injection device further includes a memory unit for storing the first information and setting values of the automatic injection device, wherein the first information and the setting value stored in the memory unit are transmitted to the control center or downloaded to the outside. Interactive system of the automatic injection device characterized in that it is provided to enable.
  47. The method of claim 46,
    And wherein the first information is memory information, and the second information is memory saturation information when the second information is less than or equal to a preset remaining amount of memory.
  48. The method of claim 47,
    When the second information is memory saturation information, the control signal is at least one signal among memory delete request or memory download request indication by light or sound after transmitting the first information stored in the memory unit to the control center. The interactive system of the automatic injection device characterized by the above-mentioned.
  49. The method of claim 48,
    If the control signal is a memory erase stored after transmitting the first information stored in the memory unit to the control center, the information stored in the memory unit is first deleted in the order of the stored time. .
  50. The method of claim 36,
    And wherein the first information is sensor information, and the second information is sensor malfunction information when the sensor is malfunctioning.
  51. 51. The method of claim 50,
    And the control signal is at least one of a sensor malfunction signal or a sensor operation stop signal by light or sound when the second information is sensor malfunction information.
  52. The method of claim 36,
    The automatic injection device further includes an AC power supply for supplying power, wherein the first information is the AC power information, and the second information is power short information when the connection is shorted or the connection is not stable. Interactive system of an automatic injection device, characterized in that.
  53. The method of claim 52, wherein
    The control signal is at least one signal of the power short circuit warning signal by light or sound or the power off after sending the power short circuit alert to the user when the second information is power short circuit information. Interactive system.
  54. The method of claim 36,
    And wherein the first information is operation state information, and the second information is at least one of operation stop information or abnormal operation information when the automatic injection device is abnormally operated.
  55. The method of claim 37, wherein
    The control signal is an operation stop signal when the second information is operation stop information, and when the second information is abnormal operation information, an abnormal operation notification signal by light or sound. .
  56. The method of claim 7, wherein
    The control unit produces third information independent of the first information, wherein the third information is transmitted and received by the second transmitting unit to the second receiving unit interactive system of the automatic injection device
  57. The method of claim 56, wherein
    And wherein the third information changes a predetermined setting value of the automatic injection device.
  58. The method of claim 56, wherein
    And the third information is at least one of video and audio information.
  59. The method of claim 58,
    The video or audio information is an interactive system of an automatic injection device, characterized in that at least one of advertising information, sterilization information or guidance information.
  60. The method of claim 59,
    The guide information is at least one of harmful animal guide information, hygiene information or weather forecast, the sterilization information is an interactive system of the automatic injection device, characterized in that at least one of the virus information or epidemic disease information.
  61. The method of claim 7, wherein
    The sensor is a camera for collecting vision information, the automatic injection device is an interactive system of the automatic injection device, characterized in that it further comprises an analysis module for producing the vision analysis information in the form of characters by analyzing the vision information.
  62. 62. The method of claim 61,
    And the vision information is stored in the memory unit, and the vision analysis information is transmitted to the control center.
  63. The method of claim 7, wherein
    And the control center further comprises a server unit storing the first information and the second information.
  64. The method of claim 7, wherein
    When the plurality of automatic injection device is provided further comprises a concentrator, the concentrator
    A first transmitting and receiving unit for transmitting and receiving the first information; And
    A second transmitting and receiving unit for transmitting and receiving the second information and third information for changing a setting value of the automatic injection device;
    And the first, second and third information are transmitted and received between the automatic injection device and the control center via the concentrator.
  65. The method of claim 64, wherein
    The concentrator further includes a storage unit storing the first information, wherein the first information stored in the storage unit is provided to be downloadable to the outside.
  66. 66. The matter of claim 65,
    The concentrator further includes a numerical inputter capable of externally inputting fourth information for changing a preset setting value of the automatic injection device, wherein the fourth information is transmitted to the automatic injection device by the second transmission / reception unit, Interactive system of the automatic injection device, characterized in that for changing the predetermined setting value of the injection control unit.
  67. A sensing step of collecting first information through a sensor provided in the automatic injection device;
    A first transmission step of transmitting the first information to a separate control center remote from the automatic injection device;
    A first receiving step of receiving the first information at the control center;
    A first generating step of generating second information according to the received first information at the control center;
    A second transmission step of transmitting the second information from the control center;
    A second receiving step of receiving the second information in the automatic injection device; And
    A control step of generating a control signal according to the received second information to control the automatic injection device;
    Interactive system operating method of the automatic injection device comprising a.
  68. The method of claim 67,
    The sensing step may further include obtaining vision information as the first information by collecting the vision information through the sensor, collecting the vision information through the sensor, and analyzing the vision information. How to Operate Interactive Systems.
  69. The method of claim 67,
    The first transmitting step further comprises a first storing step of storing the first information.
  70. The method of claim 67,
    The first generation step further comprises a second storage step of storing the first and second information in the server.
  71. The method of claim 67,
    The first generation step further includes a second generation step of producing third information independent of the first information, wherein the second transmission step and the second reception step respectively transmit and receive the third information. Interactive system operating method of the automatic injection device characterized in that it further comprises a step.
  72. The method of claim 71, wherein
    The control step further comprises the step of changing the setting value of the automatic injection device in accordance with the third information.
  73. The method of claim 67,
    The sensing step may further include an input step of inputting inspection information including whether to inspect the automatic injection device, an inspection date, an inspector, and inspection contents, wherein the first information further includes inspection information. Interactive system operation of the injection device.
  74. The method of claim 67,
    The first transmitting step may further include a concentrator when a plurality of the automatic injection apparatuses are provided, and further comprising transmitting the first information sensed by the plurality of automatic injection apparatuses to a concentrator. The receiving step may further include transmitting the first information from the concentrator to the control center, and receiving the first information from the control center.
  75. The method of claim 67,
    The second transmitting step may further include a concentrator when a plurality of automatic spraying apparatuses are provided, transmitting the second information and the third information transmitted from the control center, and the second and second concentrators. And receiving a third information and transmitting the third information to the plurality of automatic injection devices.
  76. 76. The method of claim 75 wherein
    The second transmission step further comprises the step of inputting the fourth information for changing the setting value of the automatic injection device in the concentrator.
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