KR20160084903A - A control method for smart devices by using an identification data of t-money traffic card - Google Patents

A control method for smart devices by using an identification data of t-money traffic card Download PDF

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KR20160084903A
KR20160084903A KR1020150001167A KR20150001167A KR20160084903A KR 20160084903 A KR20160084903 A KR 20160084903A KR 1020150001167 A KR1020150001167 A KR 1020150001167A KR 20150001167 A KR20150001167 A KR 20150001167A KR 20160084903 A KR20160084903 A KR 20160084903A
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The present invention relates to a control method of a smart terminal based on identification information of a TMC card that reads a TMC identification tag recorded in a TMC card and executes a service installed in the smart terminal corresponding to the identification information (a) setting identification data of a Tommy pass card and a tag command corresponding to the identification data, the tag command including at least one control command performed in the smart terminal; (b) reading the identification data of the TMC card when the tag of the TMC card is read through the NFC modem of the smart terminal; (c) retrieving a tag command corresponding to the read identification data; And (d) executing control commands included in the retrieved tag command.
According to the above-described method, since the TIME tag can not separately record other data in addition to the initial issuance due to security reasons, there is no fear that the NFC tag is changed, so that forgery and falsification can be prevented and safety can be ensured.

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Technical Field [0001] The present invention relates to a control method for smart terminals,

The present invention relates to a control method of a smart terminal based on identification information of a TMC card that reads a TMC identification tag recorded in a TMC card and executes a service installed in the smart terminal corresponding to the identification information .

In general, Near Field Communication (NFC) is a non-contact communication technology that uses the frequency band of 13.56 MHz as one of radio frequency identification (RFID) technologies. It is a next-generation LAN technology that is attracting attention due to its relatively low security and relatively low price because of its short communication distance. Because it can use both data reading and writing functions, it does not need a reader that was needed for RFID use and it is similar to conventional short distance communication technology such as Bluetooth, but it does not need to set between devices like Bluetooth.

The NFC terminal equipped with the NFC chip (for example, NFC modem) can perform various functions such as a traffic card function without touching the terminal because it can transmit data in a non-contact manner with a mobile phone, a home appliance, a PC, and an NFC card. Recently, as NFC technology has been popularized, technologies that are used in various services such as mobile payment and information transmission are being developed in combination with smartphones.

As an example, the NFC terminal user finds and executes an available application program before reading the tag information from the NFC tag, and then reads the tag information from the NFC tag using the NFC reader. That is, there is a problem that an NFC application program must be executed. In order to solve this problem, a technology for automatically selecting and executing an application program corresponding to the tag information read from the NFC tag in the NFC terminal has been proposed [Patent Document 1].

In addition, in certain areas such as theaters, schools, corporate or national security facilities, it is necessary to limit the phone ring tones, communication functions or camera functions of the mobile phone. It is necessary to change the ringing tone of the mobile phone to the manners mode (vibration) or completely turn off the power, but since it is troublesome to manually operate the mobile phone, it is often the case that the user forgets to forget such an action. To this end, a technology for controlling ring tones, cameras, and communication functions of a mobile phone terminal through interaction between a portable terminal equipped with an NFC chip module and an external RF (Radio Frequency) reader device has been proposed [Patent Document 2]. Also, a technique of automatically controlling a specific function of a portable terminal to be adapted to a region characteristic is provided whenever a specific area is accessed from among various regions of characteristics [Patent Document 3].

In addition, when a contact of the NFC tagging device is sensed, a technique for generating a rescue request signal in a mobile terminal is proposed [Patent Document 4]. On the contrary, when the smart terminal approaches the service device, the NFC of the smart terminal is activated to form a communication channel with the service device and control the service device.

However, all of the above prior arts have a security problem because they use a normal NFC tag. Since all memories are unencrypted in a normal NFC tag, it is possible to write freely after embedding a desired value. Therefore, there is a merit that data generation is easy and the program is easy to implement. On the contrary, there is a drawback that security is weak and it is easy to steal.

Also, since the normal NFC tag can be set to have the same tag contents, there is a problem that the same NFC tag can be read by another smartphone and the same service can be executed or controlled.

[Patent Document 1] Korean Published Patent Application No. 10-2013-0021883 (published on Mar. 03, 2013) [Patent Document 2] Korean Patent No. 10-0911032 (Bulletin of Jul. 30, 2009) [Patent Document 3] Korean Patent No. 10-1128084 (Announcement of Mar. 29, 2012) [Patent Document 4] Korean Patent No. 10-1341555 (Announcement of Dec. 13, 2013) [Patent Literature 5] Korean Patent No. 10-1036656 (issued on May 25, 2011)

The object of the present invention is to solve the above-mentioned problems, and it is an object of the present invention to provide a smart terminal that reads smart phone identification information from a smart phone transportation card through an NFC function of the smart terminal, And to a control method of a smart terminal based on identification information of a Tommy transportation card for executing a service installed in the terminal.

In order to accomplish the above object, there is provided a method performed by a terminal control device installed in a smart terminal, the method comprising the steps of: receiving identification information of a TMC card through an NFC modem of the smart terminal; (A) setting identification data of a trombone transportation card and a tag command corresponding to the identification data, the tag command including at least one Including a control command; (b) reading the identification data of the TMC card when the tag of the TMC card is read through the NFC modem of the smart terminal; (c) retrieving a tag command corresponding to the read identification data; And (d) executing control commands included in the retrieved tag command.

According to another aspect of the present invention, there is provided a method for controlling a smart terminal using identification information of a Tommy transportation card, wherein, in the step (a), a mapping table is generated which comprises the identification data and the tag command as one record do.

In addition, the present invention is characterized in that, in the smart terminal control method according to the identification information of the Tommy transportation card, the control command included in the tag command is determined by the application name to be executed and the variable at the time of application calling.

According to another aspect of the present invention, there is provided a method of controlling a smart terminal using identification information of a TMC traffic card, wherein the control command is a command for executing an application installed in the smart terminal or a command for changing the setting of the smart terminal .

Further, the present invention is a method of controlling a smart terminal based on identification information of a Tommy transportation card, wherein the tag command includes at least two control commands.

As described above, according to the control method of the smart terminal according to the identification information of the TMC traffic card according to the present invention, since the TMC tag can not separately record other data in addition to the initial issuance for security reasons, There is no effect of forgery and falsification and safety can be ensured.

In addition, according to the control method of the smart terminal according to the identification information of the TMC traffic card according to the present invention, since the identification information of the TMC card is a unique code, it is possible to eliminate confusion Is obtained.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS Fig. 1 is a configuration diagram of an entire system for implementing the present invention; Fig.
2 is a block diagram of a configuration of a smart terminal according to the present invention;
3 is a flowchart illustrating a method of controlling a smart terminal according to identification information of a TMC traffic card according to an exemplary embodiment of the present invention.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS Hereinafter, the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings.

In the description of the present invention, the same parts are denoted by the same reference numerals, and repetitive description thereof will be omitted.

First, a whole system for carrying out the present invention will be described with reference to Fig.

As shown in FIG. 1, the overall system for implementing the present invention comprises a TCC card 10, a smart terminal 20, and a terminal control device 30.

The TCC card 10 is an ordinary TCC traffic card and has an RFID tag module composed of an IC chip 11 storing charge information of a traffic card and a loop antenna 12 transmitting and receiving an RF signal. When the TBC card 10 is brought close to the card reader, communication is established between the card reader and the IC chip through the loop antenna 12. [ Therefore, the card reader reads the information stored in the IC chip 11, processes the information, and restores it on the IC chip.

The T / C card 10 may be formed in various forms such as a card shape and an accessory shape, and has an RFID tag module in the T / C card 10. Hereinafter, mainly the function of transmitting and receiving data between the RFID tag module and the smart terminal 20 will be mainly described. Therefore, the reference numeral 10 is used for both the T-card and the RFID tag module (or the t-tag module).

The RFID tag module 10 of the Tuba card needs to have a security card (PerSam) provided by a T-money provider and an issuing specialist so that data can be recorded in the IC chip 11. In addition, it is possible to communicate with a card reader (or an RF reader) as a separately authenticated and secured program, and store the data on the issuing specialist in the RFID tag module 10.

Further, the tibetan tag module 10 can not separately record other data in addition to the initial issuance for security reasons. Further, when the T-license provider issues the t-shirt tag module 10 for the first time, an identification number or a tag ID for identifying the t-shirt tag module 10 is generated and recorded in the IC chip 11.

Next, the smart terminal 20 is a mobile terminal having a computer function such as a smart phone, a tablet, a tablet PC, and a PDA, and is a mobile terminal having an NFC function. 2, the smart terminal 20 includes an NFC antenna 21, an NFC modem or an NFC chipset 22, an NFC SIM 23, and a control unit 26. Output device 24 such as a touch screen, a key button, a camera, various sensors (input device), a display, a speaker (output device), and a wireless communication device.

The NFC antenna 21 transmits an RF signal of 13.56 MHz and acquires a signal of a tag read by the transmitted signal. The NFC modem 22 is a modem for transmitting and receiving data to and from the tumblr tag module of the TMB card 10. [ The NFC SIM 23 is a universal IC card (UICC) or a universal IC card. The NFC SIM 23 stores data transmitted and received by the NFC modem 22, To the outside.

The smart terminal 20 further includes a memory 25 for storing data or a program (an application, etc.), and a control unit 26 such as a central processing unit capable of installing and executing an application.

Next, the terminal control apparatus 30 is an application (mobile application) for a mobile terminal installed in the smart terminal 20, which is installed in advance in the smart terminal 20, . The application form of the smartphone may also be an embodiment.

The terminal control device 30 confirms whether the tuna tag module 10 is recognized through the NFC modem 22. When the tuna tag module 10 is recognized, the terminal control device 30 extracts identification data such as the ID of the tuna tag from the tuna tag module 10 .

The terminal control device 30 has a mapping table for tune identification data and a corresponding execution command (or tag command), and performs an execution command (or tag command) corresponding to the read tune identification data.

A mapping table for pairing the identification data (identification number, etc.) of the t-shirt and the tag command is set in advance.

Further, the execution command or the tag command is an instruction executed by the read tag identification information, which is a command that can be executed in the smart terminal 20, or a set of command sets.

The tag command is a command to perform a specific task in the smart terminal 20. [ The tag command is a command for executing a specific mobile application (such as an app or the web) or a command for changing the setting in the smart terminal 20.

First, the specific terminal installed in the smart terminal 20 is executed, the web browser is executed, and a specific web or URL (uniform resource locator) is visited. For example, at least one of frequently used apps such as KakaoTalk, Naver, or web is registered as a tag command. Or register URLs to be visited or executed. In addition, a URL for visiting a service or homepage for promoting a company or an event can be registered.

In addition, a command for changing or controlling the setting of the smart terminal 20 can be set as a tag command. For example, it can be registered as an instruction to switch modes such as etiquette mode, business mode, sleep mode, and school mode. Alternatively, the notification mode can be changed to the vibration mode upon receipt, or the command for decreasing the screen brightness by 20%. Or, commands for activating communication functions such as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are included. Or, a command for changing the vibration / bell may also be included.

In addition, a plurality of commands can be set as one tag command.

For example, as a vehicle mode command, a navigation application, a music application, and the like can be registered as one tag command. The tag command at this time is called a tag command in the vehicle mode

Next, a method of controlling a smart terminal according to identification information of a TMC traffic card according to an embodiment of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to FIG.

As shown in FIG. 3, the control method of the smart terminal according to the identification information of the traffic card according to the present invention includes: (a) identification data of a T-card and a corresponding tag command setting step (S10); Reading the identification data of the T-card when the tag of the T-card is read (S20); Searching for a tag command corresponding to the read identification data (S30); And a step S40 of executing the searched tag command.

First, the identification data of the TMC card 10 and the corresponding tag command are set in the terminal control device 30 installed and executed in the smart terminal 10 (S10). Preferably, a mapping table composed of identification data and tag commands is generated.

The identification data of the Tibetan card 10 is data that can identify the Tibetan card 10 as a unique ID of the Tibetan card 10. Therefore, if there are a plurality of T-cell cards 10, each has different identification data.

The tag command is a command for performing a specific task in the smart terminal 20 and is a command for executing a mobile application (e.g., an app or the like) installed in the smart terminal 20 or a command for changing a setting in the smart terminal 20 admit.

The tag command can consist of the application name and variables to be executed. For example, when visiting and browsing a specific URL, the application is a web browser and the URL is set as a variable. Alternatively, the application is a music app and the song to be played is set as a variable.

Further, the tag command may be composed of at least one command and a set of two or more commands. For example, a tag command including two commands such as a navigation application (app) execution and a music application (app) execution can be set. The tag command is set as the vehicle mode setting tag command.

Preferably, a mapping table configuring the identification data of the T / C card 10 and the tag command as one record is formed. In this case, when there are a plurality of T-cell cards 10, it is possible to set different tag commands for each T-card 10.

Next, the terminal control device 30 judges whether the tag of the T / C card 10 is read by the NFC modem 22, reads the identification data of the T / C card 10 when the tag of the T- (S20). Then, the terminal control device 30 determines whether the read identification data exists in the mapping table (S30).

If it is present in the mapping table, the terminal control device 30 reads the tag command corresponding to the identification data and executes the corresponding tag command in the smart terminal 20 (S40).

If the tag command includes a plurality of commands, the terminal control device 30 executes all commands.

The invention made by the present inventors has been described concretely with reference to the embodiments. However, it is needless to say that the present invention is not limited to the embodiments, and that various changes can be made without departing from the gist of the present invention.

10: Tum card 11: IC chip
12: Loop antenna 20: Smart terminal
21: NFC antenna 22: NFC modem
23: NFC SIM 24: I / O device
25: memory 26:
30: Terminal control device

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  1. A method of controlling a smart terminal, the method comprising the steps of: when a smart card terminal card identification data is read through an NFC modem of the smart terminal device, In the control method,
    (a) setting identification data of a Tommy pass card and a tag command corresponding to the identification data, the tag command including at least one control command performed in the smart terminal;
    (b) reading the identification data of the TMC card when the tag of the TMC card is read through the NFC modem of the smart terminal;
    (c) retrieving a tag command corresponding to the read identification data; And
    and (d) executing control commands included in the searched tag command.
  2. The method according to claim 1,
    The method of claim 1, wherein in the step (a), a mapping table is formed which comprises the identification data and the tag command as one record.
  3. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the control command included in the tag command is determined by an application name to be executed and a variable at the time of calling the application.
  4. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the control command is a command for executing an application installed in the smart terminal or a command for changing a configuration of the smart terminal.
  5. 3. The method of claim 2,
    Wherein the tag command includes at least two control commands. ≪ RTI ID = 0.0 > 11. < / RTI >
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