KR20130003886A - Security service server and smart security method - Google Patents

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KR20130003886A
KR20130003886A KR1020110065512A KR20110065512A KR20130003886A KR 20130003886 A KR20130003886 A KR 20130003886A KR 1020110065512 A KR1020110065512 A KR 1020110065512A KR 20110065512 A KR20110065512 A KR 20110065512A KR 20130003886 A KR20130003886 A KR 20130003886A
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The present invention relates to a security service server and a smart security method for enabling a user to effectively monitor a desired place in real time anytime and anywhere using a mobile communication terminal. According to an aspect of the present invention, the present invention provides a security service server for providing a security service to a user of a mobile communication terminal using a camera terminal connected to a network, the camera terminal using a monitoring program installed in the camera terminal A camera terminal communication unit configured to receive the collected image data; A storage unit which stores the image data; And a mobile communication terminal communication unit configured to transmit predetermined security service information including the image data to the mobile communication terminal using a security application installed in the mobile communication terminal.

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SECURITY SERVICE SERVER AND SMART SECURITY METHOD}

The present invention relates to a security service server and a smart security method, and more particularly, a security service server and a smart security method for enabling a user to effectively monitor a desired place anytime and anywhere in real time using a mobile communication terminal including a smart phone. It is about.

Recently, with the widespread use of wired and wireless Internet and its usage rate is rapidly increasing, time division multiple access (TDMA), global system for mobile communication (GSM), code division multiple access (CDMA), wideband code division (W-CDMA) Various data communication technologies such as Multiple Access (LTE), Long Term Evolution (LTE), Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi), and Wireless Broadband Internet (WiBro) have been developed and commercialized.

With the development of this data communication technology, mobile phones are not only supporting voice calls between users, but their functions are being greatly enhanced so that they can function as a kind of microcomputer. With the emergence of new mobile communication terminals such as PDAs (Personal Digital Assistance), Tablet Computers, and Netbooks, users can access e-mail anytime, anywhere, send and receive e-mail, or receive multimedia content on the go. You can enjoy it.

Among them, a smart phone is a mobile communication terminal combining the advantages of a mobile phone and a personal digital assistant (PDA). In addition to the voice call function, a smart phone has a small data communication function such as schedule management, fax transmission / reception and internet access. By integrating into the device, its convenience and usability are increasing.

The biggest feature of the smartphone is that it can install, add or delete hundreds of various applications (applications, applications) as user wants, unlike the existing mobile phones which were released as finished products and used only the functions . In addition, smartphone users can directly access the Internet using wireless Internet, and can access Internet contents in various ways using various browsing programs. Even users can create their own applications The ability to share applications between smartphones with the same operating system (OS) is also an important feature that differentiates between smartphones and general mobile phones.

In fact, recent smart phones have a wider touchscreen display interface than conventional mobile phones, which improves the user's convenience. It also uses a so-called docking station, It can send and receive data stored on a computer, and has a Personal Information Management (PIM) function that can manage thousands of addresses. Furthermore, smartphones are now being applied to real life applications, such as mobile internet banking, mobile credit card, mobile social networking, and mobile shopping. For this purpose, banks, securities companies, credit card companies, social commerce companies, Shopping mall companies develop their own smartphone applications for their smartphone operating systems and distribute them to users for a fee or free of charge.

Despite the emergence of a mobile communication terminal that combines the same powerful performance as a computer and mobility by a network function, the development of a security system or a security application that actively uses a smart phone is still insufficient.

For example, Korean Patent Laid-Open Publication No. 2009-0007809 (hereinafter referred to as "Previous Document 1") relating to "mobile real-time image and UCC relay system and method" discloses a mobile real-time image and UCC relay system and method. It does not cover technology to build a mobile security system by utilizing the functions.

In detail, Prior Art 1 includes a video retriever server which collects image information from an image source and converts the collected image information into a common codec to generate a common image stream; A video conversion server for adjusting the common video stream converted by the common codec to a screen size of a mobile phone; And a mobile front-end server that transmits the common video stream of the video conversion server to the connected mobile phone via the mobile communication company server when the mobile phone to receive the common video stream is connected, according to the video request of the connected mobile phone. Through this, it is possible to integrate the web cam, CCTV (closed circuit television) based security system and the video on command (VOD) type video service system, which are each distributed in the past, together. It is implementing a system that can realize VOD contents, TV home shopping video, traffic information CCTV and real-time service connecting client and mobile phone as one system.

However, in the prior document 1, the mobile phone is merely a passive component that receives the security video stream of the webcam or CCTV in the VOD method, and therefore, when applying the mobile phone in the prior document 1 as a high-performance mobile communication terminal such as a smartphone. No solution is given as to whether there is any advantage.

In addition, Korean Patent No. 1037870 (hereinafter referred to as "Previous Document 2") relating to "image transmission system with security function" discloses a security system using an IP (Internet Protocol) camera, but moves like a smartphone. There is no disclosure of the idea of building a security system using a communication terminal.

Specifically, Prior Art 2 discloses a video transmission system using an IP camera, wherein the video transmission system includes a single main body and an LED lamp module coupled to both sides of the main body, and the single main body is a camera. An IP camera including a module, a position controller, an encoder, an image compression chip, a CPU, a web server, and an audio controller; A binary CDMA communication module for transmitting and receiving multimedia data and control signals with a web server and a control converter; A control conversion unit interlocked with the GPS lamp control unit, the CPU of the IP camera, the web server, and the binary CDMA communication module; A voice input / output unit including a speaker, a microphone, and an audio amplifier; Earth leakage circuit breakers; Including a power supply and a surge protector, the LED lamp module coupled to the single main body portion is a video transmission system with a security function, characterized in that comprises a switching mode power supply, LED lamp, GPS lamp control unit Suggest. And through this configuration, it is possible to realize real-time simultaneous monitoring on the terminal of the remote manager terminal and related organizations, and to enable the identification of the image without the backlight or blind spot by the LED lamp. It is hard to say that a security system has been implemented that allows the requesting smartphone user to effectively monitor the desired place anytime, anywhere.

The present invention has been made in view of the above-described problems of the prior art, by using a mobile communication terminal capable of downloading and executing a predetermined application through a wired / wireless network such as a smart phone, and a user in a relatively simple configuration anytime, anywhere in real time. It aims to provide a security service server and smart security method that can effectively monitor the desired place.

In order to achieve the above object, a first aspect of the present invention is a security service server for providing a security service to a user of a mobile communication terminal using a camera terminal connected to a network, using a monitoring program installed in the camera terminal A camera terminal communication unit configured to receive image data collected by the camera terminal; A storage unit which stores the image data; And a mobile communication terminal communication unit configured to transmit predetermined security service information including the image data to the mobile communication terminal using a security application installed in the mobile communication terminal.

The camera terminal may include a personal computer having an access interface and a memory for the network, and a webcam connected to the personal computer by wire or wirelessly. Furthermore, the camera terminal may be an IP camera having an access interface and a memory for the network.

In the system according to the first aspect of the present invention described above, the monitoring program generates an alarm message by a difference in contrast generated from the image data collected by the camera terminal, and the security service server generates the alarm message. And receiving and recording the history in the database, while pushing the alert message to the mobile communication terminal.

In this case, the camera terminal generates a still image at a predetermined time interval from the time when the alarm message is generated, and the security service server receives the still image and stores it in the database, or the camera terminal, More preferably, the system generates video data for a predetermined time from the time of generating the alert message, and the security service server receives the video data and stores the video data in the database.

On the other hand, the camera terminal may include a speaker under the control of the monitoring program, in this case, the security service server, the security to cause the speaker to play the alarm sound at a predetermined volume when the alarm message is received A command can be sent to the camera terminal.

According to a second aspect of the present invention, in a smart security method for providing a security service to a user of a mobile communication terminal using a camera terminal connected to a network, a security service server is the camera via a monitoring program installed in the camera terminal Receiving image data collected by the terminal; Storing, by the security service server, the image data; And transmitting, by the security service server, the predetermined security service information including the image data to the mobile communication terminal through a security application installed in the mobile communication terminal.

Here, the method according to the second aspect of the present invention can be executed by the security service server described above.

And the server and method according to the first and second aspects of the present invention described above, wherein the security service information provided from the security service server to the mobile communication terminal is one or more places where the camera terminal is installed. It may include location information appearing on the map. Furthermore, when two or more mobile communication terminals register with the security service server to receive the security service information together, the video data collected by the camera terminal is simultaneously provided to two or more mobile communication terminals connected to the security service server. It is preferable to comprise so that.

According to a third aspect of the present invention, a mobile security system including a security service server and a database for providing a security service to a user of one or more mobile communication terminals using a camera terminal connected to a network at one or more places is provided. In the communication terminal, a predetermined security service is provided from the security service server while the security service server is capable of receiving image data collected from the camera terminal by connecting to the camera terminal by a monitoring program installed in the camera terminal. A mobile communication terminal is provided which is equipped with a security application for controlling the mobile communication terminal so as to receive information in real time.

The security application may be configured to receive the image data collected by the camera terminal in real time from the security service server and provide the image data to the user.

In addition, in the third aspect of the present invention, the security application may be configured to allow the camera terminal to generate a still image or video data and transmit the same to the mobile communication terminal, wherein the security application is the mobile communication terminal. May be configured to access the security service server and the database.

Finally, according to the fourth aspect of the present invention, a smart security system including a security service server and a database for providing a security service to a user of one or more mobile communication terminals using a camera terminal connected to a network at one or more places A method of driving a mobile communication terminal, wherein the security service server is connected to the camera terminal by a monitoring program installed in the camera terminal, so that the image data collected from the camera terminal can be received. And controlling the mobile communication terminal to receive predetermined security service information from the user in real time.

The smart security method according to the present invention is implemented by three components: a security service server, one or more camera terminals, and a mobile communication terminal. The most essential element in the present invention is that it is possible to provide an improved security service than the conventional security system only by installing predetermined security programs in the camera terminal and the mobile communication terminal.

A user requesting a security service simply installs a security application on his mobile communication terminal, and can easily access the security data acquired by the security service server from the camera terminal at any time in conjunction with the security service server. In particular, the camera terminal can be used regardless of the type of webcam or IP camera as long as the camera terminal can be connected to the security service server through the network. In addition, the smart security service according to the present invention can be provided at the same time as the download of the application without complex construction, such as in the case of CCTV security system.

In addition, according to the mobile communication terminal and the driving method supporting the smart security system and method according to the present invention, for example, a smart phone user can immediately respond in real time when a crime occurs anytime and anywhere simply by installing a security application on his smartphone. As a result, it is possible to guarantee real-time and mobility compared to CCTV, which had to analyze and cope with the recorded video after the crime occurred in the past.

As described above, the present invention uses a mobile communication terminal capable of downloading and executing a predetermined application through a wired or wireless network, such as a smart phone, so that a user can effectively monitor a desired place anytime and anywhere in real time with a relatively simple configuration. It implements security service server and smart security method.

1 is a system configuration diagram showing a smart security system according to an embodiment of the present invention.
2 is a system configuration diagram showing a security service server according to an embodiment of the present invention.
3 is a conceptual diagram illustrating a process in which surveillance data collected by a camera terminal is utilized on a smartphone and a security service server in a smart security system according to an embodiment of the present invention.
4 is a flowchart illustrating an example of a process for monitoring an intruder's movement in a smart security system according to an embodiment of the present invention.
5A-5C illustrate an exemplary security interface for explaining a method for monitoring an intruder's movement in the smart security process according to FIG.
6 is a flow chart showing another example of a process for monitoring the movement of an intruder in a smart security system according to an embodiment of the present invention.
7A-7C are diagrams each illustrating an exemplary security interface for explaining a method of monitoring an intruder's movement in the smart security process according to FIG. 6;
8 is a flowchart illustrating still another example of a process for monitoring an intruder's movement in a smart security system according to an embodiment of the present invention.
9A and 9B are diagrams each illustrating an exemplary security interface for explaining a method of monitoring an intruder's movement in the smart security process according to FIG. 8;
10 illustrates an exemplary security interface provided by a security service server in a smart security system in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention.
11 is a view for explaining the function setting synchronization of the smart security system according to an embodiment of the present invention.
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100 security services server
110 storage
160 User Interface (UI) for Security Services Server
200 mobile communication terminal (smartphone)
210 display
220 function button
250 Smartphone Application UI
300 camera terminal
310 personal computer
320, 321 webcam
UI for 350 Camera Terminal
400, 410 internet

Reference will now be made in detail to the preferred embodiments of the present invention with reference to the accompanying drawings. For reference, the same reference numerals in the various drawings represent the same components, in this case duplicate description will be omitted.

First, FIG. 1 is a system configuration diagram illustrating a smart security system 500 according to an embodiment of the present invention.

Referring to FIG. 1, the smart security system 500 according to the present invention may include a security service server 100, a mobile communication terminal 200, and a camera terminal 300. The mobile communication terminal 200 described herein includes a mobile phone, a smart phone, a notebook computer, a digital broadcasting terminal, a personal digital assistant (PDA), a portable multimedia player (PMP), navigation, a tablet PC. , MP3 player, camera, and the like. Hereinafter, a smart phone will be described as an example of the mobile communication terminal 200 for convenience of description.

The security service server 100, the smartphone 200, and the camera terminal 300 may be interconnected via wired or more preferably via wireless networks 400 and 410, such as the Internet, as shown in FIG. 1.

The security service server 100 may include a storage 110 for storing and managing various data. In addition, the security service server 100 has a user interface (UI) for viewing security data on the web and controlling the contents of the security service to a user who accesses the Internet 400 and 410 in the form of a web page. to provide. In other words, the security service server 100 may include a payment server (not shown) for making a smart security service according to the present invention into a plan such as a monthly subscription as a separate or physically separate configuration. A detailed operation method of the security service server 100 will be described later.

The smartphone 200 includes, for example, a touch screen display 210 and a function button 220 as shown in FIG. 1, and supports at least one wireless network communication protocol, for example, via the Internet 400. The security service server 100 may be accessed. The smartphone 200 preferably includes a network communication unit capable of connecting to a wireless network including a Wi-Fi network, and includes a central processing unit (or a controller) such as a microprocessor for controlling the overall operation of the smartphone 200. Volatile or nonvolatile memory can be mounted internally or externally. Furthermore, the smartphone 200 includes one or more wired docking stations (not shown) including, for example, a USB interface, and is configured to exchange data with the personal computer 310 in the home. In addition, by downloading a security application to be described later, it is possible to provide a user with a UI for a predetermined smartphone application according to the present invention and to communicate with the security service server 100 in real time.

In addition, although only one smart phone 200 is illustrated in FIG. 1, a plurality of smart phone users (eg, a family) may monitor an image transmitted from one camera terminal 300, in this case, a security service server. 100 may generate an individual or family-specific access account (ID and password) to provide the user interface 160 described below.

The camera terminal 300 is, for example, a component that collects an image of a specific location at home or at work and generates it as security data. As shown in FIG. ) May be included. Of course, when a speaker (not shown) is mounted on the personal computer 310, the camera terminal 300 may be configured to detect a sound generated at a monitoring location, which may cause the camera terminal 300 to detect the personal computer 310. The same applies to the case where it is not included and implemented in the form of an IP camera (not shown), for example.

For reference, webcam is a compound word of web and camera. It refers to an internet camcorder used or serviced on the internet. It is mainly a video chat, internet video conferencing, advertisement through real-time image transmission, remote monitoring function, traffic situation Although the scope of use such as real-time relay of weather is very wide, the present invention deals with the case of using a webcam for security purposes. In addition, the IP camera is a camera used by connecting to the wired or wireless Internet, and includes a camera module, a decoder, an image compression chip, a CPU, a network transmission chip, and the like. A description of these detailed configurations is omitted because it is irrelevant to the gist of the present invention. Let's do it.

The camera terminal 300 according to the present invention may use either a webcam or an IP camera, and may be a photographing device that can be accessed by the security service server 100 through the Internet 410, regardless of the product name or type thereof. And it should be noted that the camera terminal 300 according to the present invention can be. Therefore, the camera terminal 300 may be another smartphone. In addition, as illustrated in FIG. 1, the camera terminal 300 may be configured in the form of a plurality of webcams 320 and 321 or a plurality of webcams, an IP camera, and a smartphone (not shown).

For example, four webcams 320 and 321 may be connected to one personal computer 310 to be driven simultaneously. In this case, the user can monitor the space where the personal computer 310 is installed without blind spots.

The Internet 400 and 410 of FIG. 1 is only one type of network, and it should be regarded as being included in the technical spirit of the present invention even if it is implemented in a wired or wireless form. And the smartphone 200 or the camera terminal 300 is connected to the network (400, 410), including the Internet TDMA, GSM, CDMA, W-CDMA, LTE, Wi-Fi, WiBro. Regardless of the names, types, and generations of communication standards, such as 3G and 4G, it should be noted that the network 400 and the network 410 may be, for example, different types of wired or wireless networks opened in different countries.

2 is a system configuration diagram showing a security service server according to an embodiment of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 2, according to an embodiment of the present invention, the security service server 100 may include a storage unit 110, a camera terminal communication unit 120, a mobile communication terminal communication unit 130, and an acquisition unit 140. It may include a controller 150.

The storage unit 110 may store image data. The image data means an image image, an audio, etc. collected through the camera terminal 300. The image data may include still images (eg, still cuts) or moving image data. The storage unit 110 may store a generation history of the alarm message, whether to generate a still cut, and the like. When the camera terminal 300 detects a movement, the alert message refers to a message generated to inform the detection contents.

According to an embodiment of the present invention, the storage unit 110 may provide a storage space on the web or store the image data by using a cloud function. In this case, it is possible to prevent privacy invasion or loss of evidence due to theft, loss, or hacking of image data stored in a user's terminal (eg, a PC).

The camera terminal communication unit 120 is a module that performs wired and wireless communication with the camera terminal 300. The camera terminal communication unit 120 may receive image data collected by the camera terminal 300 using a monitoring program installed in the camera terminal 300.

The camera terminal communication unit 120 may receive a still image generated by the camera terminal 300 at a predetermined time interval or video data generated by the camera terminal 300 for a predetermined time from the time when the alarm message is generated. have. In addition, when the alarm message is generated, the camera terminal communication unit 120 may transmit a security command to the camera terminal to play the alarm sound at a predetermined volume.

Meanwhile, the camera terminal communication unit 120 may transmit a voice message received from the mobile communication terminal 200 to the camera terminal 300 to output the monitoring program through the speaker in response to the alarm message. .

The mobile communication terminal communication unit 130 is a module for communicating with the mobile communication terminal 200. The mobile communication terminal communication unit 130 may transmit predetermined security service information including the image data to the mobile communication terminal 200 using a security application installed in the mobile communication terminal 200. The security service information may include location information where a place where the camera terminal 300 is installed is displayed on a digital map.

The mobile communication terminal communicator 130 may transmit the alert message to the mobile communication terminal 200. In addition, the mobile communication terminal communication unit 130 may receive a voice message from the mobile communication terminal 200 in response to the transmission of the alert message. The voice message may be a voice generated by a user in real time or may be a pre-stored voice comment.

The mobile communication terminal communication unit 130 may transmit the image data collected by the camera terminal 300 to a plurality of mobile communication terminals 200 registered in advance. That is, since the image data collected by the camera terminal 300 can be received through the plurality of mobile communication terminals 200, the camera terminal 300 is installed in a facility such as a nursery school or a kindergarten, and a plurality of users collaborate. Can be observed.

The acquirer 140 acquires an alarm message generated based on a difference between contrast between image data collected by the camera terminal 300 at the first point in time and image data collected by the camera terminal 300 at the second point in time. can do. In this case, the acquirer 140 may receive an alarm message generated by the camera terminal 300 or directly generate an alarm message by using the difference in contrast between the image data received from the camera terminal 300. .

The controller 150 may control the storage 110, the camera terminal communication unit 120, the mobile communication terminal communication unit 130, and the acquisition unit 140 as a whole.

Next, FIG. 3 illustrates a process in which surveillance data collected by the camera terminal 300 is utilized on the smartphone 200 and the security service server 100 in the smart security system 500 according to the exemplary embodiment of the present invention. Conceptual diagram.

Referring to FIG. 3, in order to be provided with the smart security service according to the present invention, a user connects, for example, one or more webcams 320 and 321 to a personal computer 310, and ii) a security service on the personal computer 310. Install a monitoring program that exchanges data and control signals with the server 100 and controls various functions of the personal computer 310 (eg, webcam image recording, voice recording, volume control, etc.), and ⅲ) smartphone 200 It is only necessary to download a security application for exchanging data and control signals with the security service server 100).

In this case, the one or more image data captured by the webcams 320 and 321 are not only output to the user interface 350 on the personal computer 310 but also such image data are connected to the user interface 250 on the smartphone 200. It may also be output to the user interface 160 on the web page provided by the security service server 100.

On the other hand, according to an embodiment of the present invention, the monitoring program can automatically operate when the window of the personal computer 310 starts.

Now, a detailed method of providing a smart security service to a user through the smart security system of the present invention illustrated in FIGS. 1 and 3 will be described.

4 is a flowchart illustrating an example of a process for monitoring an intruder's movement in the smart security system 500 according to an embodiment of the present invention, and FIGS. 5A to 5C are intruders in the smart security process according to FIG. 4. 2 is a diagram illustrating exemplary security interfaces 350, 250, and 160, respectively, for explaining a method of monitoring a motion of a motion.

4 and 5A to 5C, in step S1, the user operates the “motion detection” through the webcams 320 and 321 while driving the monitoring program installed in the personal computer 310. For example, as shown in FIG. 5A, when a function button 351 of the UI 350 for a camera terminal is clicked, a monitoring program starts analyzing the image data collected by the webcams 320 and 321.

In step S2, the monitoring program installed in the personal computer 310 detects that an intruder enters the monitoring site by detecting a change in image information such as contrast and color tone, for example, in a fixed location image captured by the webcam 321. .

In step S3, an alarm message indicating that the monitoring program of the personal computer 310 detects an intruder in step S2 is automatically generated and sent to the security service server 100, and the security service server 100 sends such an alarm. The purpose of the message is to push and transmit the message in a manner such as SMS (Short Message Service) or MMS (Multimedia Message Service). In this case, for example, as shown in FIG. 4B, an alert message 251 may appear on the smartphone application UI 250.

At the same time as the step S3 or in the order preceding or following it, in step S4, the security service server 100 updates the web page so that the user can check the detection history 162 of step S2 on the UI 160 for the security service server. The database 110 stores and manages such details.

Meanwhile, according to an embodiment of the present invention, the monitoring program installed in the personal computer 310 may perform motion detection only at a specific time desired by the user. In other words, the user can reserve a specific time or period for which motion detection is desired.

In addition, according to another embodiment of the present invention, the monitoring program installed in the personal computer 310 may store the image regardless of the motion detection at a specific time reserved by the user.

Next, FIG. 6 is a flowchart illustrating another example of a process for monitoring an intruder's movement in the smart security system 500 according to an embodiment of the present invention, and FIGS. 7A to 7C are smart security processes according to FIG. 6. Figures show exemplary security interfaces 350, 250, 160 for describing a method of monitoring an intruder's movement in the present invention.

6 and 7A to 7C, first, in step S'1, the user clicks together one or more of the function buttons 352 to 354 in addition to the function button 351 (see FIG. 7A). For example, users may not only activate the "Motion Detection" function, but also "Motion Detection + Save Picture", "Motion Detection + Save Video", "Motion Detection + Save Picture + Save Video" or "Motion Detection + Router Automatically." Setting ", etc., to operate the monitoring program.

In this case, similarly to step S2 described above, after step S'2 is executed, the process proceeds to step S'3. For example, when the "motion detection + picture storage" function is activated in step S'1, in step S'3, the user is provided with a picture viewing interface as shown by reference numeral 252 on his smartphone 200. That is, when the "motion detection + picture storage" function is activated, the personal computer 310 generates image data photographed at predetermined time intervals through the image data of the webcams 320 and 321 to the security service server 100. The user can check the image data on the smartphone 200 in real time. If the "motion detection + video storage" function is activated, for example, after the motion is detected to generate a video data from the webcam (320, 321) for a predetermined time of 10 minutes, and provides it to the smartphone 200 user can do.

Therefore, in step S'4, the security service server 100 uploads, on the web page, the photo data 161 automatically transmitted by the camera terminal 300 at a predetermined time interval (for example, 5 seconds), and the details thereof. It can be recorded and managed in the database (110).

For reference, the function button 354 may be particularly useful when the camera terminal 300 is an IP camera. Since IP cameras use dynamic IPs, installation is more difficult for general users who do not have enough knowledge about the Internet, such as forcibly fixing IP or performing port forwarding. In order to solve this difficulty, UPNP (Universal Plug) is preferable. and Play) to install the camera terminal 300 by simply clicking the function button 354 in a state where a router (not shown) supporting the function is installed. In addition, UPNP is a set of computer network protocols published by the UPNP Forum, which aims to easily connect multiple devices and simplify the functions of the home network and corporate environment (data sharing, communication, entertainment).

If there is no router supporting the UPNP function, a method of building a server using a streaming technique used in Internet broadcasting, etc. may be considered. In this case, there is a merit that the IP setting problem of the IP camera can be solved in recent years, which is directly connected to the effect of maximizing installation convenience for the user's camera terminal 300.

Next, FIG. 8 is a flowchart illustrating still another example of a process for monitoring an intruder's movement in the smart security system 500 according to one embodiment of the present invention, and FIGS. 9A and 9B are smart security processes according to FIG. 8. Figures depict exemplary security interfaces 250 and 250, respectively, to illustrate a method for monitoring an intruder's movement in the system.

Referring to Fig. 8, steps S''1 to S''3 correspond to steps S1 to S3, respectively, and thus description thereof is omitted.

After step S''3 is executed immediately proceeds to step S''4, where the user can monitor the video data of the webcams 320 and 321 on the smartphone 200 in real time (that is, " Real-time monitoring mode "). If the alarm message 251 is confirmed by the intruder as a result of checking on the smartphone 200, for example, by activating the siren function button 253 of FIG. 9A, the personal computer 310 of the home outputs the speaker alarm sound at the maximum volume. The monitoring program can be controlled (step S''5).

In this case, the monitoring program installed in the personal computer 310 controls the personal computer 310 to automatically reproduce, for example, the siren sound at a maximum volume for a predetermined time through a speaker (not shown). If a microphone (not shown) is installed, the microphone (not shown) may be controlled to automatically record the ambient sound while the siren sound is output (step S ″ 6).

In the real-time monitoring mode described above, various function buttons may be provided to the user of the smartphone 200 as illustrated in FIG. 9A. For example, in addition to the siren function button 253, function buttons such as emergency call 254, emergency text (or e-mail) 255, motion log 256, photo storage 257, and image storage 258 can be utilized. Can be.

For example, when the emergency call function button 254 is pressed, a plurality of emergency call lists, such as reference number 254 'of FIG. 9B, are provided, and a user can report an emergency situation by telephone to a police zone or a private security company in the area. Can be. The emergency character function button 255 is for transmitting such a report in a text or multimedia text format to the system of the police or private security company. For reference, the phone number to send an emergency call or an emergency text can be set and changed by the user.

The motion log function button 256 allows the user to check the motion detection record, such as reference numeral 252, in the form of a picture, a video, a sound, or the like.

Meanwhile, the user may take a still image by using the photo save button 257 during the real-time image monitoring. In this case, the captured still image may be stored in the security service server 100 or the smart phone 200. In addition, the user may transmit the captured still image by text message or e-mail. The user may shoot a video for a predetermined time through the image storage button 258.

Next, FIG. 10 is a diagram illustrating an exemplary security interface 160 provided by the security service server 100 in a smart security system 500 in accordance with one embodiment of the present invention.

Referring to FIG. 10, a user may access the security service server 100 using a smartphone 200 or a personal computer 310, and in this case, in the form of a web page provided by the security service server 100. The user interface 160 may be provided. On this user interface 160, the user can view the live data of the webcams 320 and 321 in real time through the Internet screen 161, a record viewing service 162 to check the motion detection details, and Usage history inquiry service (163) for checking the security service usage history generated by a plurality of cameras registered by the user within the period, and statistical graph inquiry service (164) for checking the usage history in a graph form at a glance. Can be provided.

As such, the present invention may implement a reporting function for allowing a user to check the security service history at a glance, as well as the security service server 100 on a smartphone application and a monitoring program.

11 is a view for explaining the function setting synchronization of the smart security system 500 according to an embodiment of the present invention. In the present invention, the function control for the security service is made in three different environments such as web, mobile, and PC, but such function control can be synchronized in all driving environments as shown in FIG. Therefore, even if the user accesses only one of the web pages of the security service server 100 connected through the smartphone 200, the personal computer 310, or another path, the user may synchronize the function settings of the entire smart security system 500. Can be controlled.

Although not shown in the figures, one of the important functions of the present invention is "location and networking based security services". That is, the security service server 100 may be configured to show in real time on a digital map the monitoring place requested by a plurality of users who have subscribed to the smart security service according to the present invention. If you agree to have a mutual relationship with each other, for example, you can monitor your home's video so that the first user can take security measures such as a siren ringing in the second user's premises on behalf of the second user. It is possible to configure so that. In this case, the user can easily check the point where the security problem occurred on the map, even if a close friend or family leaving the smartphone 200 in the house or lost, you can safely receive the smart security service according to the present invention It becomes possible. Furthermore, the security service server 100 cooperates with an external social network company so as to automatically set up the village relationship based on, for example, Korea's cyworld relationship, Twitter's follower relationship, and Facebook's friend relationship. It can also be configured to be provided.

In this case, the first user of the smart phone installs a security application on his smart phone and registers a second user who will be provided with social security service in the security service server 100, thereby more effectively providing security services in case of crime. This ensures the real-time and mobility of security services that have been improved to a level not previously possible with CCTV or simple security IP cameras.

Of course, the security service server 100 may charge the user of the smartphone 200 with respect to the above-described location and network-based security service, which is a subject or security service server 100 that operates the security service server 100. ) Can be an effective source of revenue for social network companies that partner with However, whether to connect the payment system related to the billing with an external professional payment service company, a credit card company, or a financial company is irrelevant to the technical idea of the present invention, and thus the detailed description thereof will be omitted.

While the preferred embodiments of the present invention have been described with reference to the accompanying drawings, the above descriptions and drawings are not intended to limit the technical spirit of the present invention, but are merely illustrative of preferred smart security services according to the present invention. Care must be taken. Therefore, those skilled in the art can make various modifications and changes to the present invention without departing from the spirit of the present invention, which should be regarded as belonging to the appended claims.

For example, according to the present invention, the alarm sound output through the speaker of the personal computer 310 is not limited to a predetermined siren sound, and the user who has received the alarm message 251 may output the sound through the speaker of the personal computer 310. The alarm voice can be configured to speak directly in real time.

In addition, at least one of the communication between the security service server 100, the smartphone 200, and the camera terminal 300 may be configured as one-way communication or two-way communication, as well as the smartphone 200 and the camera terminal ( When establishing a bidirectional network between 300, a bidirectional video call function may be additionally implemented between the smartphone 200 and the camera terminal 300.

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  1. A security service server for providing a security service to a user of a mobile communication terminal using a camera terminal connected to a network,
    A camera terminal communication unit configured to receive image data collected by the camera terminal using a monitoring program installed in the camera terminal;
    A storage unit which stores the image data; And
    And a mobile communication terminal communication unit configured to transmit predetermined security service information including the image data to the mobile communication terminal using a security application installed in the mobile communication terminal.
  2. The method according to claim 1,
    The camera terminal includes a personal computer having an access interface and a memory for the network, and a webcam connected to the personal computer by wire or wirelessly.
  3. The method according to claim 1,
    The camera terminal is an IP camera having an access interface and a memory for the network.
  4. The method according to any one of claims 1 to 3,
    The security service server may further include an acquirer configured to obtain an alarm message generated based on a difference in contrast between image data collected by the camera terminal at a first time point and image data collected by the camera terminal at a second time point. ,
    The storage unit stores a generation history of the alarm message,
    The mobile communication terminal communication unit, characterized in that for transmitting the alarm message to the mobile communication terminal.
  5. The method of claim 4,
    The camera terminal communication unit further receives at least one of a still image generated by the camera terminal at a predetermined time interval and moving image data generated during a predetermined time from the time when the alarm message is generated,
    The storage unit, characterized in that for storing at least one of the still image and the video data.
  6. The method of claim 4,
    The camera terminal includes a speaker under the control of the surveillance program,
    And the camera terminal communication unit transmits a security command to the camera terminal to play the alarm sound at a predetermined volume when the alarm message is generated.
  7. The method of claim 6,
    The mobile communication terminal communication unit receives a voice message from the mobile communication terminal in response to the transmission of the alert message,
    And the camera terminal communication unit transmits the voice message to the camera terminal such that the monitoring program outputs the received voice message through the speaker.
  8. The method according to claim 1,
    The security service information provided from the security service server to the mobile communication terminal, the server, characterized in that the location information that the location on which the camera terminal is installed on the digital map.
  9. The method according to claim 1,
    The mobile communication terminal communication unit, characterized in that for transmitting the video data collected by the camera terminal to a plurality of mobile communication terminals registered in advance.
  10. A smart security method for providing a security service to a user of a mobile communication terminal using a camera terminal connected to a network,
    A security service server receiving image data collected by the camera terminal through a monitoring program installed in the camera terminal;
    Storing, by the security service server, the image data; And
    And transmitting, by the security service server, predetermined security service information including the image data to the mobile communication terminal through a security application installed in the mobile communication terminal.
  11. The method of claim 10,
    The camera terminal includes a personal computer having an access interface and a memory for the network and a webcam connected to the personal computer by wire or wirelessly.
  12. The method of claim 10,
    And the camera terminal is an IP camera having an access interface and a memory for the network.
  13. The method of claim 10, wherein the smart security method is
    Acquiring, by the security service server, an alarm message generated based on a difference in contrast between image data collected by the camera terminal at a first point in time and image data collected by the camera terminal at a second point in time;
    Storing, by the security service server, a generation history of the alert message; And
    Transmitting, by the security service server, the alert message to the mobile communication terminal.
  14. The method of claim 13, wherein the smart security method
    Receiving, by the security service server, at least one of a still image generated by the camera terminal at a predetermined time interval and moving image data generated during a predetermined time from the time when the alert message is generated; And
    And storing, by the security service server, at least one of the still image and the video data.
  15. The method according to claim 13,
    The camera terminal includes a speaker under the control of the surveillance program,
    The smart security method may further include the step of transmitting, by the security service server, a security command to the camera terminal to play the alarm sound at a predetermined volume when the alarm message is generated. .
  16. The method of claim 15, wherein the smart security method
    Receiving, by the security service server, a voice message from the mobile communication terminal in response to the transmission of the alert message; And
    And the security service server sending the voice message to the camera terminal such that the monitoring program outputs the received voice message through the speaker.
  17. The method of claim 10,
    And the security service information provided from the security service server to the mobile communication terminal includes location information where a location where the camera terminal is installed is displayed on a digital map.
  18. The method of claim 10, wherein the transmitting step
    And transmitting the image data collected by the camera terminal to a plurality of mobile terminals registered in advance.
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