KR20150131742A - Method for dynamic scheduling of delivery and receiving location of logistics - Google Patents

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KR20150131742A
KR20150131742A KR1020140058911A KR20140058911A KR20150131742A KR 20150131742 A KR20150131742 A KR 20150131742A KR 1020140058911 A KR1020140058911 A KR 1020140058911A KR 20140058911 A KR20140058911 A KR 20140058911A KR 20150131742 A KR20150131742 A KR 20150131742A
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A dynamic scheduling method of the logistics destination and destination is provided. A dynamic scheduling method of a logistics delivery destination according to an exemplary embodiment of the present invention includes receiving location information and schedule information at a predetermined time interval from a client device, And determining a delivery point within a predetermined radius of the expected movement path.

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[0001] METHOD FOR DYNAMIC SCHEDULING OF DELIVERY AND RECEIVING LOCATION OF LOGISTICS [0002]

More particularly, the present invention relates to a dynamic scheduling method of a logistics delivery destination and a receipt destination, and more particularly, to a method and system for dynamic distribution of goods, It's about how you can.

In general, the most basic way one person is used to deliver a particular item to another is by taking it directly to the other. However, if the distance between two people is far away, if the size of the item to be delivered is large, it is difficult to deliver it directly, or if it is difficult to deliver the goods directly due to the condition of the sender.

The shipping specialist is a professional shipping service provider, which has a large number of shipping personnel and vehicles, and carries out the delivery systematically and promptly.

In recent years, with the development and complexity of industry and traffic, the cost of transporting goods has been rapidly increasing. In proportion to this, the demands of buyers have become more diverse, and there have been a lot of cases in which customers are desirous of receiving goods at their current location. In addition, as e - commerce using broadband network is rapidly increasing, the issue of delivering each product to buyers safely and quickly is becoming an important issue.

Korean Patent Publication No. 2001-0110840 Korean Patent Publication No. 10-2014-0041665

In the conventional logistics delivery method, the goods were delivered based on the delivery schedule of the delivery person. For example, the delivery engineer has planned efficient circulation based on a delivery list for a given area, and the goods have been shipped accordingly. Such a method has had inefficient problems for both the delivery person and the recipient.

The recipient must receive the item only at the designated destination when ordering the product, and the recipient can not receive the item directly when the recipient is located at the remote place from the destination by working or other schedule. Also, There was an inconvenience that the goods could not be received promptly. In addition, there has been a problem that the shipping engineer needs to visit the destination for each of a plurality of recipients, which requires a cost and time to deliver the goods.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention has been made in view of the above problems, and it is an object of the present invention to provide a method and apparatus for receiving an article at a location near a recipient's travel path based on a recipient's schedule and current location, And to provide a dynamic scheduling method of a logistics delivery destination.

Another technical problem to be solved by the present invention is to reduce the distribution cost by changing the recipient's place of delivery to another receipt site in the case where there is another receipt site in a similar time zone near the receipt address requested by the recipient at the time of ordering the goods, And to provide a dynamic scheduling method of a logistics receipt that can be saved.

The technical objects of the present invention are not limited to the above-mentioned technical problems, and other technical subjects not mentioned can be clearly understood by those skilled in the art from the following description.

According to an aspect of the present invention, there is provided a method of synchronizing a script based on a speech reproduction time, the method comprising: receiving location information and schedule information from a client apparatus at predetermined time intervals; Generating an expected travel route of the client device based on the schedule information and determining a delivery point within a predetermined radius of the expected travel route.

The step of determining the delivery point may include the steps of calculating an expected position corresponding to a predetermined point in time based on the predicted travel path, searching for a deliverable point included within a predetermined radius of the expected position, And determining the delivery point within a reference time based on the point.

Wherein the receiving comprises receiving purchase information of an article from the client device and the step of determining the delivery point includes generating a delivery schedule of the delivery point based on the purchase information .

Receiving purchase information of an article from a client device, retrieving an acceptance schedule of the first acceptance point included in the purchase information, and updating the receipt schedule of the first acceptance point based on the purchase information Wherein the step of retrieving the receipt acceptance line comprises the steps of retrieving an acceptance schedule of a second reception point located within a predetermined radius of the first reception point when there is no receipt schedule of the first reception point, And modifying the first reception point included in the purchase information to the second reception point if the reception schedule of the reception point exists.

Receiving the selection signal of the first reception point included in the reception point candidate group, and including the first reception point in the purchase information, .

According to the present invention as described above, it is possible to receive goods at the destination located near the anticipated movement route, which is generated based on the real time location and schedule information of the client, and thus it is possible to provide a fast and efficient distribution service.

In addition, when another customer's destination is set as his own destination and his / her goods are received, the cost and time savings can be expected by simplifying the distribution cost and the distribution route, and the cost of purchasing the product can be reduced have.

1 is a flowchart showing a schematic flow of a dynamic scheduling method of a logistics delivery destination according to an embodiment of the present invention.
2 is a flowchart showing a schematic flow of a dynamic scheduling method of a logistics receipt according to another embodiment of the present invention.

Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS The advantages and features of the present invention, and the manner of achieving them, will be apparent from and elucidated with reference to the embodiments described hereinafter in conjunction with the accompanying drawings. The present invention may, however, be embodied in many different forms and should not be construed as limited to the embodiments set forth herein. Rather, these embodiments are provided so that this disclosure will be thorough and complete, and will fully convey the scope of the invention to those skilled in the art. To fully disclose the scope of the invention to those skilled in the art, and the invention is only defined by the scope of the claims. Like reference numerals refer to like elements throughout the specification.

Unless defined otherwise, all terms (including technical and scientific terms) used herein may be used in a sense commonly understood by one of ordinary skill in the art to which this invention belongs. Also, commonly used predefined terms are not ideally or excessively interpreted unless explicitly defined otherwise.

The terminology used herein is for the purpose of illustrating embodiments and is not intended to be limiting of the present invention. In the present specification, the singular form includes plural forms unless otherwise specified in the specification. The terms " comprises "and / or" comprising "used in the specification do not exclude the presence or addition of one or more other elements in addition to the stated element.

Hereinafter, a dynamic scheduling method of a logistics delivery destination according to embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings.

Referring to FIG. 1, there is shown a dynamic scheduling method of a logistics delivery destination according to an embodiment of the present invention.

First, purchase information of an article can be received from the client apparatus (S11). The client device may be in the form of a fixed device such as a PC, a mobile communication terminal, a PDA, a notebook, or a mobile device capable of transmitting and receiving data using a server and a wire / wireless network, but is not limited thereto.

The server may receive data by allowing connection of one or more devices over the network. The network may be a wired or wireless Internet, or may be a core network integrated with a wired public network, a wireless mobile communication network, or a portable Internet, or may be a core network including a TCP / IP protocol and various services located thereon, ), Telnet, File Transfer Protocol (FTP), Domain Name System (DNS), Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP), and the like.

When a client purchases an item on a web page such as an online shopping mall using a client device, purchase information of the item can be transmitted to a server of the shipping company associated with the online shopping mall. Such purchasing information received by the shippers' server may include the recipient's basic personal information, requests for shipment, and delivery address. The shopping mall server and the delivery company server may be separate servers, but the present invention is not limited thereto and may be an integrated server.

When the server receives the purchase information from the client device (S11), it can receive the location information and the schedule information of the client device at predetermined time intervals (S12). The location information of the client device can receive the location information from the GPS module included in the client device, but it is not limited thereto and the approximate location can be estimated using the IP address, MAC address, etc. of the client device, The location information of the client apparatus can be received by using the location information of the base station in the vicinity of the terminal or the distance data measured from the base station. In addition, the schedule information of the client apparatus can be received from a schedule input program installed in the form of an application program in the client apparatus. For example, when the client inputs his schedule to a schedule management application implemented in the client apparatus, And may transmit the schedule information to the server at predetermined time intervals.

An expected movement route of the client apparatus or the client can be generated based on the position information and the schedule information received from the client apparatus (S13). That is, the current position of the client apparatus can be grasped based on the position information received at predetermined time intervals, and the predicted moving region of the client can be inferred based on the schedule information. If a predicted travel route is generated based only on location information, the past travel route of the client can be grasped relatively accurately, but the next location of the client can not be approximated. In addition, when the expected movement route is determined only by the schedule information, there is a problem that the position of the client apparatus with respect to the time period not inputted as the schedule information can not be effectively grasped.

Accordingly, in the present invention, it is possible to generate the anticipated movement route of the client in consideration of the location information of the client device and the schedule information. However, the present invention is not limited thereto, and the anticipated movement route may be generated based on other additional information, An expected movement route may be generated using one of the schedule information.

In some other embodiments, when the expected movement route is generated (S13), the expected location corresponding to the predetermined time point can be calculated on the expected movement route. Therefore, it is possible to grasp the location information of the client apparatus at a specific time in more detail, and to plan an efficient logistics delivery route of the delivery person using the information.

It is possible to determine a delivery point located within a predetermined radius of the expected movement route or the expected position (S14). The distribution point may be a franchisee that has a contractual relationship with a service provider that provides a method of dynamic scheduling of a logistics delivery point according to the present embodiment, but the present invention is not limited thereto. The distribution point may be a convenience store, a co- It can cover various delivery places such as courier.

In the step of determining the delivery point (S14), the delivery point is automatically selected as the delivery point closest to the anticipated movement route or expected position of the client, or a plurality of delivery point candidates are transmitted to the client device, The delivery point may be determined.

In some other embodiments, the step of determining a delivery point (S14) may be requested to select a delivery point from among a plurality of delivery point candidates, and to select a delivery point within the reference time. The reference time may be set to a time before the delivery vehicle or the like starts to load the article, but the present invention is not limited thereto. The reference time may be set from a point of time when the purchase information of the article is received to a predetermined time period.

That is, based on the current position or the schedule information of the client apparatus, the estimated travel route and the expected position are updated at predetermined time intervals at predetermined time intervals, and a delivery point is selected or a selected delivery point is changed based on the update, The change of the delivery point may be restricted.

When the delivery point is determined, the delivery schedule of the delivery point can be generated (S15). In this embodiment, the delivery schedule can be determined based on the client's schedule, and the server can determine the expected location based on the expected travel path of the client device, as described above. For example, if you anticipate the client device's expected travel route to be at location A at 14:00 on March 1, the delivery point may be located near location A, and before 14:00 on March 1 The client's purchased item must be shipped. In this way, the delivery schedule of the delivery point can be determined and the goods can be delivered to the delivery point according to the delivery schedule (S16). Therefore, even if the client moves his / her place according to his / her schedule, the client can receive the purchased goods at the receiving place located near the travel route without delay.

On the other hand, when the location or schedule of the client is changed, the delivery point may be changed based on the changed anticipated movement route.

For example, if the May 1 schedule of the first client exists only in Seoul, the expected travel route can be created on a route that does not depart from the Seoul area. At this time, if the client suddenly has to move to Busan on the same afternoon due to sudden external schedule or business trip, schedule information about the Busan schedule can be generated in the client device. As described above, since the client device transmits the location information and the schedule information to the server at predetermined time intervals, it can transmit the changed schedule information to the server after a predetermined time. Accordingly, the server can modify or update the predicted travel route based on the changed schedule information, so that the delivery point can also be varied at predetermined time intervals. Also, when the client and the client device are moving from Seoul to Busan on May 1, the expected travel route may be updated again according to the change of the location information received at predetermined time intervals.

The server continuously updates the estimated location corresponding to the predetermined time based on the changed estimated travel route, searches for a delivery point candidate group that a client such as a convenience store, a post office, and a merchant located near the expected location can visit to receive the goods, And the client can directly select a delivery point of the candidate group or the delivery point closest to the expected position of the client in the candidate group can be automatically selected by the server and transmitted to the client device.

If the shipping point is changed, the shipping schedule at the shipping point can also be changed, the shipping schedule at the shipping point located in Seoul can be deleted, and a new shipping schedule can be added at the shipping point near Busan. The supply agent (delivery company) can receive such a delivery schedule at predetermined time intervals and perform flexible delivery according to the changed delivery schedule.

Referring to FIG. 2, a schematic flow of a dynamic scheduling method of a logistics receipt according to another embodiment of the present invention is shown.

In the embodiment described above with reference to FIG. 1, a method of delivering an article determined to be purchased by a client according to a movement route of a client is presented. In the embodiment of FIG. 2, when a client purchases an article, Is shown.

First, purchase information of an article can be received from the client apparatus (S21). When the client determines whether or not to purchase the article and transmits a purchase hope signal to the server, the server can provide the client apparatus with a process of determining the place to receive the article.

Upon receiving the purchase information (S21), the reception schedule of the first reception point included in the purchase information can be searched (S22). For example, when a client purchases a plurality of books, it is possible to transmit purchase information including a desired place to receive a book to the server, and the server retrieves a reception schedule for the desired destination, that is, can do. Similar to the above-mentioned delivery point, the reception point may be a place where the client desires to purchase the article, and may include various places such as a franchise store, a convenience store, and an unmanned courier.

The receipt schedule may include information about the presumed receipt item of another client at this receipt location. For example, when the first reception point is a convenience store, the convenience store can manage information on the items received by other clients who have applied for the reception point and the receipt schedule on the receipt schedule.

If there is a receipt schedule of the first receipt point, the receipt schedule of the first receipt point may be updated based on the purchase information (S23). That is, the delivery schedule for the client can further include the delivery information for the client in the existing receipt schedule. For example, a plurality of items included in the receipt schedule of the first reception point can be delivered to the same vehicle by the same delivery person, so that the distribution cost can be reduced. Also, the delivery person can also send the same receipt Since a plurality of articles can be delivered, the delivery service can be efficiently performed.

On the other hand, if there is no receipt schedule of the first receipt point, the client can generate the receipt schedule of the first receipt point, but the other receipt points where the receipt schedule already exists can be saved to reduce the shipping cost. If the client wishes to select another reception point instead of the first reception point where the reception schedule does not exist, the reception schedule of the second reception point located within a predetermined radius of the first reception point may be retrieved (S24).

The second reception point may be a place physically spaced within a predetermined radius from the first reception point as described above, but is not limited thereto and may be a point included in a plurality of reception point candidates designated by the client when purchasing the article. That is, when a client purchases an article, a plurality of reception points may be selected as a candidate group, a candidate group generated from the server may be provided, and the first reception point included in the candidate group may be included in the purchase information and transmitted to the server. At this time, if there is no reception schedule at the first reception point, the schedule information of another reception point included in the candidate group, i.e., the second reception point, may be searched (S24).

If there is no schedule information at the second reception point, the server can also retrieve the reception schedule at the third reception point (S27). In this way, You can retrieve the receipt schedule of the receiving point.

If there is a receipt schedule of the second receipt point, the first receipt point included in the purchase information may be modified to the second receipt point (S25). Further, the reception schedule of the second reception point can be updated based on the modified purchase information (S26).

Accordingly, the client can request distribution of his / her purchased item together with delivery of another article whose delivery has been determined, and change the delivery address of the other article to his / her delivery address, thereby reducing the distribution expenses such as the parcel delivery fee and the oil money, The sales price of a company that sells the product can also be expected to be lowered.

While the present invention has been described in connection with what is presently considered to be practical exemplary embodiments, it is to be understood that the invention is not limited to the disclosed embodiments, but, on the contrary, You will understand. It is therefore to be understood that the above-described embodiments are illustrative in all aspects and not restrictive.

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Receiving location information and schedule information from the client device at predetermined time intervals;
Generating an expected movement route of the client apparatus based on the position information and the schedule information; And
And determining a delivery point within a predetermined radius of the expected movement path.
The method according to claim 1,
Wherein the step of determining the delivery point comprises:
Calculating a predicted position corresponding to a predetermined time based on the predicted movement path;
Searching for a deliverable point contained within a predetermined radius of the expected position; And
And receiving a selection signal of the delivery point within a reference time based on the plurality of deliverable points.
The method according to claim 1,
Wherein the receiving comprises:
Receiving purchase information of an article from the client device,
Wherein the step of determining the delivery point comprises:
And generating a delivery schedule for the delivery point based on the purchase information.
Receiving purchase information of an article from a client device;
Retrieving a receipt schedule of the first reception point included in the purchase information; And
And updating the receipt schedule of the first reception point based on the purchase information,
The retrieving of the acceptance queue may comprise:
Retrieving an acceptance schedule of a second acceptance point located within a predetermined radius of the first acceptance point when there is no receipt schedule of the first acceptance point; And
And modifying the first reception point included in the purchase information to a second reception point if the reception schedule of the second reception point exists.
5. The method of claim 4,
Generating a reception point candidate group of the article;
Receiving a selection signal of the first reception point included in the reception point candidate group; And
Further comprising the step of including the first reception point in the purchase information.
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