KR20190031071A - Security officer placement place and patrol route providing system based on prediction of crime occurrence probability - Google Patents

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KR20190031071A
KR20190031071A KR1020170118937A KR20170118937A KR20190031071A KR 20190031071 A KR20190031071 A KR 20190031071A KR 1020170118937 A KR1020170118937 A KR 1020170118937A KR 20170118937 A KR20170118937 A KR 20170118937A KR 20190031071 A KR20190031071 A KR 20190031071A
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The present invention relates to a method for providing a patrol route such as security guards and police through signals of a wireless terminal worn by a subject by targeting mentally-disordered people and ex-convicts who are likely to recommit a crime, using a wearable wireless terminal. According to the present invention, a subject management system using a wearable wireless terminal comprises: a first terminal worn by the body of a subject and wirelessly transmitting a vital measurement signal of the subject, including at least one of a blood pressure, a body temperature and a pulse, and an exercise amount measurement signal obtained by sensing the amount of exercise of the subject; a second terminal for receiving the vital measurement signal and the exercise amount measurement signal of the first terminal, and transmitting current location information; and a server for receiving at least one of the vital measurement signal and the exercise amount measurement signal of the first terminal, and the location information form the second terminal, receiving abnormal conditions and positions of the subject′s body in real time, accumulating and storing the same in a database, and transmitting the vital, exercise amount, and location information of the subject stored in the database for each second terminal to a guardian terminal or institution terminal set for each second terminal. Therefore, the present invention has the effect of reducing the crime rate by facilitating the health care and emergency situations of a single-person household, tracking mentally-disordered people, and monitoring of ex-convicts who are likely to recommit a crime.

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{OMITTED} A security officer deployment location and patrol route providing system based on probability prediction of crime occurrence

The present invention relates to a method for providing a patrol route for security personnel and police through a signal of a wireless terminal worn by a subject, using a wearable wireless terminal as a target of a mentally ill patient, A first terminal for wirelessly transmitting a vital measurement signal including at least one of a blood pressure, a body temperature, and a pulse of a subject and a momentum measurement signal sensed by the subject, the first terminal being worn on the body of the subject, A second terminal for receiving a vital measurement signal and a momentum measurement signal and for transmitting current position information and at least one of a vital measurement signal, a momentum measurement signal and position information of the first terminal from the second terminal, A server for accumulating and storing abnormality and position in real time in a database and transmitting a vital and momentum and position information of a subject stored in a database for each second terminal by a guardian terminal or an institutional terminal set for each second terminal And provides a patrol path system through the wireless terminal signal of the subject using the wearable wireless terminal including the wireless terminal. Therefore, the present invention can reduce the risk of crime by coping with healthcare and emergency situations of a single person, facilitating tracking of persons with psychiatric disorders, and facilitating surveillance of those who are concerned about re-punishment.

The management of ex-offenders, such as child rape cases, is carried out by using electronic braces, but recently, they are being committed even when they wear electronic braces.

However, the recently introduced technology is limited to measuring the vital signals such as the pulse and blood pressure of the subject and recognizing the dangerous situation and propagating the emergency situation to the hospital or the caregiver. Therefore, And the ex- pertise and confinement.

Patent Publication No. 10-2013-0113893 (published Oct. 16, 2013) Patent Publication No. 10-2012-3-00071656 (published on January 1, 2018)

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION It is an object of the present invention to provide a wireless terminal which can be worn on a human body and is used for a treatment of a specific subject such as a psychiatric disease, an geriatric disease, an elderly person living alone, And a target person management system using the wearable wireless terminal capable of being monitored.

A first terminal for wirelessly transmitting a vital measurement signal including at least one of a blood pressure, a body temperature, and a pulse of a subject and a momentum measurement signal sensed by the subject, the first terminal being worn on the body of the subject, A second terminal for receiving a vital measurement signal and a momentum measurement signal and for transmitting current position information and at least one of a vital measurement signal, a momentum measurement signal and position information of the first terminal from the second terminal, A server for accumulating and storing abnormality and position in real time in a database and transmitting a vital and momentum and position information of a subject stored in a database for each second terminal by a guardian terminal or an institutional terminal set for each second terminal And a wearable wireless terminal including the wearable wireless terminal. Therefore, the present invention has the effect of reducing the crime rate by facilitating the health care and emergency situations of one person, tracking the patients with psychiatric illnesses, and monitoring of those who are concerned about re-punishment.

The present invention has the effect of protecting the health and life of the subject by protecting the life of a person who needs periodic attention such as a single person, a long-term patient, an geriatric disease, a mental disorder,

Further, the present invention has the effect of lowering the crime rate due to the ease of surveillance of the ex-offenders who are likely to have a recidivism.

1 is a block diagram illustrating a subject management system using a wearable wireless terminal according to the present invention.
2 is a block diagram showing a first terminal of the present invention.
3 is a block diagram showing a second terminal of the present invention.
4 is a block diagram showing a server of the present invention.
5 is a flowchart illustrating a method for managing a subject using a wearable wireless terminal of the present invention.
6 is a flowchart showing a health care step in the present invention.
7 is a flowchart showing the first embodiment of the step S200 in the present invention.
8 is a flowchart showing a second embodiment of the step S200 in the present invention.
FIG. 9 is a flowchart illustrating step S300 in the present invention.

FIG. 1 is a block diagram illustrating a subject management system using a wearable wireless terminal according to the present invention, FIG. 2 is a block diagram illustrating a first terminal 100 of the present invention, FIG. 3 is a block diagram of a second terminal 200, and FIG. 4 is a block diagram showing the server 300 of the present invention.

Referring to FIGS. 1 to 4, the present invention includes a first terminal 100 to be worn on the body of a subject, a second terminal 200 to transmit position tracking and position information of the first terminal 100, A server 300 for receiving the detection signal of the first terminal 100 from the terminal 200 and deducing the current state and symptom of the subject through the big data and a protector 300 for receiving the body information of the subject from the server 300 An emergency detecting terminal 500 for detecting an emergency calling signal output from the first terminal 100 and an institution terminal 600 for receiving emergency calling and searching signals.

The first terminal 100 measures the vital signal of the subject by being worn on the body of the subject and is capable of performing short range communication with the second terminal 200. [ For example, the first terminal 100 is worn on the wrist or ankle of the subject, transmits / receives a signal through short-range wireless communication with the second terminal 200, or searches for a subject and outputs an emergency signal according to an emergency situation .

The second terminal 200 transmits a signal of the first terminal 100 to the server 300 and activates the emergency call signal of the first terminal 100 in accordance with the received signal of the server 300, The server 300 and the institution terminal 600 can be alerted by sensing whether or not the terminal 100 can be used.

The detailed configurations of the first terminal 100 and the second terminal 200 will be described in detail below.

The first terminal 100 includes a measurement unit 120 for measuring a vital signal and a surrounding environment of a subject, a first power unit 130 for supplying power, a first display 140 capable of inputting and outputting in a tactile manner, An emergency output unit 150 for outputting an emergency signal, a first communication unit 160 for communicating with the second terminal 200, a first control unit 160 for controlling the measurement unit 120 to the first communication unit 160, (110). The measurement unit 120 includes a vital measurement module 121 for sensing at least one of blood pressure, body temperature, and pulse, a momentum measurement module 122 for measuring the amount of exercise, a pollution degree measurement module 123 for measuring the degree of pollution of surrounding air, And a dimmer measurement module 124 for detecting the ambient brightness.

The vital measurement module 121 includes respective sensors for detecting blood pressure, body temperature, and pulse. Preferably, the vital measurement module 121 may include an algorithm for calculating whether the subject is sleeping through body temperature, pulse rate, and blood pressure.

The exercise amount measurement module 122 confirms whether the subject is exercising. For example, the momentum measurement module 122 may detect the regularity of the vibration generated by the motion through the magnetic sensor and the vibration sensor, and may calculate the number of times of walking (e.g., pedometer) and time. Or pulse rate, body temperature and vibration, so that it is possible to calculate aerobic exercise such as running and distance and time of exercise.

The pollution degree measurement module 123 includes a sensor (for example, a gas sensor, a smoke sensor, and a dust sensor) that detects fine dust, toxic gas components, dust and smoke contained in the surrounding air, and detects each component .

The dimming measurement module 124 senses the ambient brightness. This is feasible by having an optical sensor (for example, a photodiode).

The first power supply unit 130 includes a main battery 131 for supplying necessary power during normal operation and an emergency battery 132 for supplying power only during an emergency call. The main battery 131 supplies necessary power to each of the components (the measuring unit 120, the first display 140, the first communication unit 160, and the payment unit 170) under the control of the first control unit 110 do. Preferably, the main battery 131 may include a rechargeable battery. To this end, the main battery 131 may be provided with a charging USB or a connection port of a power terminal.

The emergency battery 132 supplies the emergency power source under the control of the first control unit 110. Here, the emergency power source is defined as the driving power source of the emergency output unit 150. That is, the emergency battery 132 supplies power for driving the emergency output unit 150 under the control of the first control unit 110 regardless of whether the main battery 131 is discharged or not. As with the main battery 131, the emergency battery 132 may be a rechargeable battery and may be provided with a charging USB or a power port.

The first power supply unit 130 is connected to a switch (not shown) driven by the first control unit 110 to shut off, energize and switch the power supply lines of the main battery 131 and the emergency battery 132, May be further included.

The first display 140 outputs a reception message or a warning signal from the second terminal 200 or the server 300. Here, the warning signal is transmitted by the second terminal 200 when the first terminal 100 is released or when the distance between the first terminal 100 and the second terminal 200 is longer than a predetermined distance.

The emergency output unit 150 outputs an emergency call signal under the control of the first control unit 110 according to the emergency output signal received from the second terminal 200. [ Such an emergency call signal mainly includes at least one of a radio signal received by the emergency-detecting terminal 500, a light-emitting signal of a visible light band, and a light-emitting signal of an infrared light band.

The emergency call signal transmitted wirelessly includes an identification code including unique identification information given to the first terminal 100 and an instruction code indicating a person to be searched. The emergency calling signal of the wireless system can be received at the emergency detecting terminal 500. Here, the emergency call signal to be transmitted wirelessly includes a remote communication module such as WiFi, WCDMA (Wideband Code Division Multiple Access), and a short-range wireless communication module such as RF and Bluetooth, Lt; / RTI >

Emergency call signals in the visible light range are equipped with light-emitting elements of visible range so as to visually indicate positions to searchers or surrounding persons, and emit emergency or emergency situations.

The emergency calling signal in the infrared light band transmits an infrared light emitting signal that is not visually distinguished from the infrared light emitting element. This can be confirmed by the infrared camera of the emergency detecting terminal 500 described later.

The emergency output unit 150 is driven by the power supplied through the emergency battery 132 described above.

In addition, when the emergency call driving command of the second terminal 200 or the communication with the second terminal 200 is not established for a predetermined time, the first controller 110 automatically outputs an emergency call driving command (150).

The first communication unit 160 performs communication with the server 300 or the second terminal 200. Here, the first communication unit 160 may be a combination of a long distance communication module for performing mobile Internet communication such as Wi-Fi or WCDMA, and a short distance communication module having at least one of Bluetooth, NFC, infrared and RF communication.

The settlement unit 170 is a settlement module proposed by the cooperation of at least one of a card company, a communication company, and a financial company to pay a fee by a short distance wireless communication with a traffic terminal (a bus terminal, a subway or a taxi terminal installed in a taxi) Or a card to pay for the purchase of goods at a shopping mall or the like.

The second terminal 200 includes a GPS 220 for transmitting and receiving location information, a second display 230 for receiving messages from the server 300 and the first terminal 100, A second communication unit 240 for communicating with the first terminal 100, a second power supply unit 250 for supplying power, a voice storage unit 260 for storing voice, And a second control unit 210 for controlling the GPS (220) to the recording unit (270).

The GPS (220) generates location information and transmits it to the server (300). Here, the GPS 220 may be forcibly activated by the second control unit 210.

The second display 230 outputs a message warning of the separation of the message received from the server 300 and the first terminal 100 as a touchable display capable of being input and output.

The second communication unit 240 includes a long distance communication module capable of communicating with the server 300, the guardian terminal 400 and the institution terminal 600 and a short distance communication module performing communication with the first terminal 100 . Here, since the remote communication module and the local communication module are generally known technologies, detailed description and illustration are omitted.

The voice storage unit 260 outputs the voice stored under the control of the second control unit 210. For example, when the subject is a sick person, when the set time is reached, it outputs a voice saying " It is time for taking medicine. &Quot; In addition, the voice storage unit 260 outputs a voice of 'about the time to drink', and then outputs a voice such as 'have you taken medicine?'

At this time, the second controller 210 checks the selection signal (for example, yes and no) input through the second display 230 and controls the recording unit 270 to record the medication.

The recording unit 270 records a confirmation result according to a voice message by the voice storage unit 260 as described above, or a record in which the subject arbitrarily records. To this end, the recording unit 270 may include a mobile document input tool.

The second control unit 210 controls the second communication unit 240 to call the first terminal 100 in a predetermined time period to display a message for alerting the first terminal 100 to the second terminal 100, 230 or the first display 140 of the first terminal 100 so as to output any one of the warning message, the voice and the light emitting signal.

The second control unit 210 receives at least one of the vital measurement signal, the momentum measurement signal, and the ambient environment measurement signal of the first terminal 100 through the second communication unit 240 and transmits the received signal to the server 300. The vital measurement signal may include one or more of the subject's blood pressure, body temperature, and pulse, and the momentum measurement signal may include gait number, distance, and time. In addition, the environmental measurement signal may include ambient brightness and the presence or concentration of dust and gases.

The second control unit 210 outputs a voice message received through the server 300 or a voice message stored in the voice storage unit 260 and records the received confirmation signal in the recording unit 270, As shown in Fig.

Here, if the second terminal 200 receives a voice message and a text message directly from the server 300 regarding the presence or absence of an urgent situation, for example, an accident or an event, And controls the voice storage unit 260 to output it. In addition, the second control unit 210 transmits a signal to the server 300 according to the presence or absence of the confirmation signal input through the second display 230.

The second control unit 210 may activate the emergency output unit 150 of the first terminal 100 at the request of the server 300, the institutional terminal 600 or the guardian terminal 400. For example, if the guardian or the institutional agent calls the second terminal 200 but there is no response, the guardian or institutional source requests the server 300 to search for the subject do.

The second control unit 210 controls the second communication unit 240 to activate the emergency output unit 150 of the first terminal 100 according to a request from the server 300. [

In addition, when the first terminal 100 is set, it is also possible to drive the emergency output unit 150 itself. For example, the first control unit 110 of the first terminal 100 outputs an emergency call signal when the communication disconnection state with the second terminal 200 continues for a set time or more.

The server 300 includes a server communication unit 320 for communicating with the second terminal 200, the emergency detecting terminal 500 and the institutional terminal 600, A processing unit 330, an information mapping unit 340 for mapping vital measurement data of the vital processing unit 330 to medical information and outputting the result of the mapping, a database 350 for storing target information, medical information, and location information, And a server control unit 310 for controlling the server communication unit 320 to the database 350.

The server communication unit 320 transmits and receives to the institution terminal 600, the guardian terminal 400 and the emergency detecting terminal 500 under the control of the server control unit 310. [ In addition, the server communication unit 320 periodically receives location information from the second terminal 200.

The vital processing unit 330 converts the vital measurement signal received from the second terminal 200 into the set data, generates a table for each item, and stores the table in the database 350. At this time, the generated table is generated for each day and may include statistical values of accumulated data. For example, the vital treatment section 330 generates a table in which the blood pressure and the mean blood pressure measured every day for 15 days are calculated.

More preferably, the vital processor 330 converts data of the environment measurement signal and the momentum measurement signal to generate a table for each day, and can calculate a statistic value for the whole period. In addition, the vital processor 330 may accumulate the vital measurement signal, the momentum measurement signal, and the environment measurement signal in the database 350 to generate a pattern of the subject.

That is, the vital processing unit 330 generates the vital pattern of the subject, the momentum pattern of the subject, and the surrounding environment pattern as statistical data through the vital measurement signal of the subject. The vital pattern, the momentum pattern, and the surrounding environment pattern can be applied as reference values for determining whether the subject is abnormal. Similarly, the vital processor 330 receives the real-time location information of the second terminal 200 to generate a movement route, and generates a movement pattern of the accumulated movement route.

The information mapping unit 340 compares the vital check state, the exercise amount, and the surrounding environment information of each disease stored in the database 350 with each data generated by the vital processing unit 330 to determine the current state of the subject. For example, the information mapping unit 340 can determine whether the patient is in a dangerous condition, worsened or improved by using vital measurement information (blood pressure, pulse, body temperature) when the subject is a current hypertensive patient. The information mapping unit 340 compares the data of the vital processor 330 with the medical information to determine the current patient and surrounding conditions (tension, death, unconsciousness, dyspnea, fire, confinement during exercise) .

The database 350 includes a subject DB 351 for storing the name, address and prescription of the subject, a guardian DB 352 for storing contact information of the subject-specific guardian, a medical treatment and condition information for each disease, An information DB 353 in which the measurement information is converted into a big data, and a location information DB 353 in which the daily travel route for each subject is cumulatively stored.

Here, the information DB 353 stores vital measurement data for each disease, and medication and prescription-related big data (BIG DATA). In addition, the information DB 353 includes big data so that the momentum, vital measurement information, and environment measurement information are mapped to each other to deduce the state of the subject who can infer the current state of the subject.

The server control unit 310 controls the server communication unit 320 to receive the location information of the second terminal 200 in real time and store the received location information in the location information DB 353. Here, the server control unit 310 may also forcibly activate the location information of the second terminal 200.

The server control unit 310 selectively connects the second terminal 200, the guardian terminal 400 or the institution terminal 600 according to the pattern generated by the vital processing unit 320 and the mapping result of the information mapping unit 340 Call. For example, when the information mapping result of the information mapping unit 340 indicates that the current subject is unconscious, difficulty breathing, or communication with the second terminal 200 is interrupted, If detachment, noxious gas or fine dust is detected, the protector terminal 400 or the engine terminal 600 is called.

Alternatively, when the subject is a past person, the server control unit 310 compares the result of the information mapping unit 340 with the movement pattern and the vital pattern, and determines the pattern of the subject through the breathing, the exercise amount, When the location or vital information is measured, the related information is transmitted to the institution terminal 600 (for example, a management official, a district near the current location).

Alternatively, the server control unit 310 may transmit a voice message to the second terminal 200, output a confirmation message asking the current state to the subject, and may call the guardian terminal 400 or the institutional terminal 600 according to the result have.

The emergency detecting terminal 500 may be, for example, at least one of an infrared camera or a CCTV and a wireless receiver, or may correspond to an integrated terminal. For example, when an infrared light signal emitted from the first terminal 100 is detected during shooting of a street, an alley, and a road, the infrared camera transmits a detection signal to the institution terminal 600. Accordingly, the institutional terminal 600 dispatches a patrol car or the like to a corresponding location so that the target person can be searched.

Alternatively, the wireless receiver may receive an emergency call signal of the first terminal 100, which is distributed and set up in a region set as an RF wireless terminal, within a set range, and transmits the emergency call signal to the agency terminal 600 or the server 300 And transmits a detection signal of the signal.

More preferably, the emergency detecting terminal 500 may be formed by integrating an infrared camera, a CCTV, and a wireless receiver, and may be distributed and installed in a plurality of areas.

The authority terminal 600 corresponds to at least one of government and public agencies (for example, prosecutors, police stations, fire stations, hospitals, emergency centers, government offices, military units).

The present invention includes the above-described configuration. Hereinafter, a method for managing a subject using a wearable wireless terminal according to the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.

5 is a flowchart illustrating a method for managing a subject using a wearable wireless terminal according to the present invention.

Referring to FIG. 5, the present invention includes a step S100 of managing the health of a subject, a step S200 of monitoring the position and a current state of the subject, a step S300 of alarming and searching according to the emergency call signal of the first terminal 100 .

In step S100, the server 300 manages health through the vital, momentum, and environment measurement signals of the first terminal 100 and discloses the results only to the caregiver terminal. Here, the server 300 discloses information only to the designated terminal in the institutional terminal 600 when the subject is an elderly person living alone and a sick person, when the subject is a past person.

The detailed description of the step S100 will be described with reference to FIG.

6 is a flowchart showing details of step S100 of FIG.

6, step S111 of measuring vital measurement information in the first terminal 100, step S112 of requesting approval of payment from the first terminal 100, step S112 of requesting approval of the first terminal 100 from the first terminal 100, , And measuring the environment including at least one of smoke, gas, and gas (S113).

In operation S100, the medication record input from the second terminal 200 is stored. In operation S121, vital measurement information of the first terminal 100 is transmitted to the server 300, S123 of receiving the environment measurement signal of the first terminal 100 and transmitting the environment measurement signal of the first terminal 100 to the server 300, receiving the voice message from the server 300, And a second terminal 200 driving step S125.

In step S100, the server 300 receives vital information, pollution degree information, and momentum information from the second terminal 200. In step S131, the controller 300 maps the big data of the database 350 to the received information to infer the current subject state S133 for determining whether the subject state is abnormal, S134 for requesting a confirmation message if the subject is suspected to be abnormal, S134 for determining whether to return a message from the second terminal 200, Step S136 of issuing an emergency alert and transmitting the emergency alert to the institution terminal 600 or the guardian terminal 400.

In step S111, the first control unit 110 of the first terminal 100 drives the vital measurement module 121 and the exercise amount measurement module 122 to detect the subject's blood pressure, pulse, body temperature, To the terminal 200. [

If the first control unit 110 receives a settlement request signal from the first terminal 100 through the settlement unit 170 in step S112, the settlement unit 170 transmits a settlement request signal generated in the settlement unit 170 to the second terminal 200 . The first terminal 100 transmits the approval information to the second terminal 200 through the first communication unit 160 when the approval request signal is generated by the contact with the target terminal (for example, the bus terminal) .

In step S113, the first control unit 110 of the first terminal 100 drives the pollution degree measurement module 123 to detect whether there is surrounding dust or noxious gas, and transmits the detected dust or noxious gas to the second terminal 200. Alternatively, the first terminal 100 may sense the brightness of the current subject by driving the dimming measurement module 124 and transmit the sensed brightness to the first terminal 100.

Here, steps S111 to S113 may be performed by controlling the measuring unit 120 and the payment unit 170 as desired by the first control unit 110 as described above. Alternatively, steps S111 and S113 may be performed when a request for the second terminal 200 is received.

In step S121, the second control unit 210 stores the medication record, which is input through the second display 230, in the recording unit 270. FIG. Here, the medication record is input manually by the subject through the second display 230 of the second terminal 200. The inputted medication record can be transmitted to the server 300 according to the set time period.

Step S122 is a step of transmitting the vital measurement signal received from the first terminal 100 to the server 300. FIG.

Step S123 is a step of transmitting the approval information received from the first terminal 100 to the server 300. [

In step S124, the environment measurement signal received from the first terminal 100 is transmitted. Here, the environmental measurement signal includes fine dust, gas, smoke, and dimming around the subject.

As described above, the vital and environment measurement signals can be processed at the request of the server 300.

In step S131, the server 300 receives the vital measurement signal, the momentum measurement signal, the environment measurement signal, and the approval request signal from the second terminal 200.

In step S132, the server 300 receives the vital measurement signal and the environment measurement signal received from the second terminal 200 and uses the big data included in the information DB 353 to deduce the current physical condition and the surrounding environment of the subject. .

In addition, the vital, environment, and momentum measurement information of the subject collected in steps S131 and S132 and the status information of the subject inferred through the big data can be viewed only by the guardian or institution terminal 600 set for each subject. More preferably, the vital measurement information of the subject is set to be periodically transmitted to the guardian terminal 400 or the institutional terminal 600.

In step S133, the server 300 compares the result of the inference in step S132 and the vital pattern, the momentum pattern, the movement pattern, and the environment pattern of the previously accumulated subject to obtain a conclusion. The server control unit 310 compares the vital item according to the disease-specific symptoms of the subject stored in the information DB 353 with the vital measurement information of the current patient to infer the state of the subject. In addition, the server control unit 310 compares the previous vital pattern of the subject with the inferred result to determine whether the vital measurement information has deteriorated due to a change in the symptom of the current subject, an unconsciousness or a wound due to an event or an accident.

In step S134, when the server 300 determines that an error has occurred in step S133, the server 300 transmits a voice or text message to the second terminal 200 asking for an emergency.

Step S 125 is a step of outputting to the second display 230 a character or voice message asking the server 300 about the abnormality. Here, the second terminal 200 outputs the voice or text message to the first terminal 100 while outputting the voice or text message to the second display 230.

Accordingly, the second terminal 200 transmits an acknowledgment signal to the server 300 when an acknowledgment signal is received from the first terminal 100 or an acknowledgment signal is input through the second display 230.

Or the second terminal 200 transmits a resultant signal to the server 300 if the confirmation signal is not received from the second display 230 or the first terminal 100 for a predetermined time.

This allows the user to be notified of the occurrence of the emergency situation automatically when the subject does not recognize the character receiving voice and the light emitting signal of the first terminal 100 and the second terminal 200 in the unconscious state.

The first display 140 of the first terminal 100 and the second display 230 of the second terminal 200 may not be able to identify themselves as a voice call if the subject is unconscious, It is preferable to transmit the emergency signal even when the user touches the touch panel 1 simply.

That is, after transmitting the text message 'Is the situation abnormal?', The second terminal 200 removes the remaining non-response or the first display 140 and the second display 230, And transmits an emergency signal to the server 300. The server 300 transmits the emergency signal to the server 300. [

Step S135 is a step of determining whether a reply is received from the second terminal 200. [ Here, the server 300 transmits the emergency alert to the guardian terminal or the institution terminal 600 when the emergency signal is received in the same manner as in step S125.

That is, according to the present invention, the vital and exercise information of the subject is measured at all times, and the current physical condition of the subject and whether the symptom is improved or deteriorated can be measured and provided to the caregivers through the measured information at all times.

Also, in the case of patients living alone such as the elderly living alone, the present invention can detect the occurrence of an emergency through constant monitoring and enable rapid propagation.

The step S200 will be described with reference to FIG. 7 and FIG. 7 is a diagram illustrating a method of detecting whether or not a subject wears a first terminal 100. FIG. 8 is a flowchart illustrating a method for detecting whether a subject is wearing or not, to be. First, the step of detecting whether or not the first terminal 100 is worn will be described with reference to FIG.

7 is a flowchart showing the first embodiment of the step S200 in the present invention.

Referring to FIG. 7, step S200 includes a step S211 of calling the first terminal 100 on a cycle set by the second terminal 200, a step 212 of measuring a vital from the first terminal 100, (S213) of judging whether or not the wearer is wearing the vital information through the reception of the vital information from the wearer (100), step S214 of warning whether the wearer is worn within a predetermined time period S216 of issuing an alarm if the user is not worn for a set time, and S217 of receiving an alarm of the second tambour and transmitting an alarm to the guardian terminal 400 or the institutional terminal 600.

The step S211 is a step of calling the first terminal 100 on a cycle set by the second terminal 200. [ The second terminal 200 calls the first terminal 100 every predetermined time period to request a vital measurement signal, a momentum measurement signal, and an environment measurement signal.

Step S212 is a step of receiving a call of the second terminal 200 from the first terminal 100 and transmitting the vital measurement signal, the momentum measurement signal and the environment measurement signal to the second terminal 200. [

In step S213, the second terminal 200 checks the measurement signal received from the first terminal 100 to determine whether the first terminal 100 is worn. For example, if the subject releases the wearing of the first terminal 100 for a shower, the first terminal 100 can not measure the subject's vital and momentum. Therefore, the first terminal 100 transmits the vital measurement signal and the momentum measurement signal as '0'. Accordingly, the second terminal 200 determines that the first terminal 100 is in an unattended state.

In step S214, the second terminal 200 notifies the first terminal 140 of the first terminal 100 that the first terminal 100 is not connected to the first terminal 140 via the second terminal 230. Herein, the second terminal 200 alerts the non-use of the non-use for each set time period.

In step S215, the second terminal 200 determines whether the first terminal 100 is worn for a predetermined period of time.

If the vital measurement information is not received from the first terminal 100 for the time set in step S215 in the second terminal 200 in step S216, the first terminal 100 is determined that the first terminal 100 is not worn, .

Step S217 is a step in which the server 300 receives the alert of the second terminal 200 and transmits the alert to the institution terminal 600 or the guardian terminal 400.

That is, in the present invention, the first embodiment of the step S200 detects the case where the subject does not wear the first terminal 100 deliberately.

8 is a flowchart showing a second embodiment of the step S200 in the present invention.

Referring to FIG. 8, step S200 is a step of monitoring and managing a past convict or a mentally ill person at all times. In step S200, the Vital information is measured from the first terminal 100. In step S241, the surrounding environment is measured. In step S242, the second terminal 200 measures GPS information (Step S251) for activating the second terminal 220, S242 for transmitting the location information, and S253 for transmitting the vital and environment information of the first terminal 100.

In addition, the server 300 may request the second terminal 200 in real time for the location information in step S261, store the location information received from the second terminal 200 in step S262, Vital and environment information, mapping the received vital and environment information to the big data to infer the state of the current subject, and comparing the inference and the previous pattern derived in step S263 to determine whether the subject is abnormal (Step S264), and if it is determined that the abnormality is detected, the alarm is transmitted to the guardian terminal 400 or the institution terminal 600 (step S265).

First, the first terminal 100 transmits the vital measurement and environmental measurement signals of the subject to the second terminal 200 through steps S241 and S242.

Step S251 of the second terminal 200 is a step of forcibly activating the GPS 220 in accordance with the position information request signal received from the server 300 in step S261. The second controller 210 activates the GPS 220 to transmit the current location information to the server 300 when the location information request of the server 300 is received.

Step S262 is a step in which the server 300 receives the location information of the second terminal 200 from the second terminal 200 in real time and stores it in the location information DB 353 for each subject. Here, the real-time location information of the subject includes a travel route by date and time of the subject. Accordingly, the server control unit 310 controls the vital processing unit 330 to accumulate and generate the movement route pattern by receiving the position information of the subject (the second terminal) in real time.

In step S263, the vital measurement signal and the environment measurement signal of the subject are received from the second terminal 200 and converted into data including items set for each subject to generate a table and stored in the subject DB 351, The pattern and the environment pattern are accumulated and generated. In addition, the server 300 drives the information mapping unit to infer the current state of the subject through the big data stored in the DB 353.

That is, the server 300 generates a vital pattern, a movement pattern, and an environment pattern of a subject and converts the vital pattern, the movement pattern, and the environment pattern into a database 350 and displays the current state (e.g., walking, , Injury) can be inferred and compared with the previous pattern.

In step S264, the server control unit 310 determines whether there is an abnormality through the inferred result. For example, a crime pattern (which is stored in the information DB), which is confirmed by a position different from the previous movement pattern of the subject, or a vital measurement signal different from the vital pattern such as pulse, body temperature and blood pressure, Crime behavior pattern).

Preferably, the server 300 controls the second terminal 200 or the first terminal 100 to forcibly output an emergency call signal. This can be done when the subject is identified as unconscious during movement.

For example, the second terminal 200 outputs an emergency signal (e.g., a voice message, or an alarm ring tone) stored in the voice storage unit under the control of the server 300. The server 300 may output an emission signal through the second display 230 of the second terminal 200 or the first display 140 of the first terminal 100 when ambient light dimming is low through the environmental measurement signal .

The output of such a forced signal is intended to inform the surrounding people or the institution being searched for the position and the situation of the subject.

In step S265, if the server control unit 310 is in any one of the abnormal patterns of the mental patients, the patterns of the offenders, and the patterns of the accident states of the patients, the second terminal 200 And transmits the alarm along with the position information of the alarm.

That is, in step S200 of the present invention, the position of the ex-convict, vital information, and the like are checked in real time to detect the situation immediately before the crime. In addition, the step S200 may detect the abnormality of the human body such as a mental patient or injuries in real time and provide the information to the guardian terminal 400 or the institutional terminal 600 together with the accurate positional information.

The step S300 will be described with reference to FIG.

FIG. 9 is a flowchart illustrating step S300 in the present invention.

Referring to FIG. 9, step S300 is performed to track a person with a mental illness. In step S300, an emergency call is requested from the guardian terminal 400 or the institution terminal 600. In step S311, an emergency call is made to the second terminal 200 when the emergency call request is received from the guardian terminal 400, (S312) of activating the emergency call signal of the first terminal (100) in the second terminal (200), and a step S313 of activating the emergency call signal of the first terminal S315 of determining whether an emergency call signal of the first terminal 100 is received from the emergency detecting terminal 500 and a step S315 of determining whether the emergency terminal of the second terminal 200 (Step S317), and transmitting the location information to the guardian terminal 400 (step S318).

Here, in step S300, the subject can be searched quickly by a combination of the position information by the GPS of the second terminal 200 and the emergency call signal of the first terminal 100, or the battery of the second terminal 200 It is configured to be able to prepare for the case where it is impossible to receive the position information due to the discharge.

That is, in step S311, the parent terminal or the institution terminal 600 requests the server 300 to make an emergency call. For example, if the subject is a dementia patient, if they do not return home after leaving home, the guardians request the server 300 for an emergency call to the server 300 using the terminal.

In step S312, the server 300 forcibly activates the location information of the second terminal 200 of the subject when the emergency call of the caregiver terminal 400 is received and transmits the emergency information to the emergency output unit 150 of the first terminal 100 And forcibly activating it.

Accordingly, the second terminal 200 activates its own GPS (GPS) 220 and activates the emergency call signal from the first terminal 100 to output the emergency call signal. Or the second terminal 200 transmits position information to the server 300 after activating the GPS 220. When the power of the second power supply unit 250 is lower than the set reference value, The emergency output unit 150 is activated.

This is for searching for a subject as an emergency call signal of the first terminal 100 when all power is discharged from the second terminal 200. [ That is, the second terminal 200 activates the emergency output unit 150 of the first terminal 100 if the power level of the power supplied to the second power source unit 250 is lower than the preset reference value.

Alternatively, the second terminal 200 may simultaneously drive the GPS 220 and the emergency output unit 150 at the request of the server 300.

In step S313, the first terminal 100 drives the emergency output unit 150 in response to a request from the second terminal 200, and outputs an emergency call signal as at least one of infrared light, visible light, and radio signals.

In step S314, power is supplied from the first terminal 100 to the emergency output unit 150 through the power supply of the emergency battery 132. [ Here, the emergency battery 132 is set to supply power only when the emergency output section 150 is driven. Accordingly, when the activation instruction of the emergency output unit 150 is received from the second terminal 200, the first control unit 110 supplies the power to the power stored in the emergency battery 132.

Alternatively, the first controller 110 may control the main battery 131 to supply power to the emergency battery 132 after all the power is discharged. However, the emergency battery 132 is limited to supplying power only when the emergency output unit 150 is driven.

In step S315, it is determined whether or not the emergency detecting terminal 500 has received the emergency calling signal output from the emergency output unit 150 of the first terminal 100. [ For example, the emergency-detecting terminal 500 is an infrared camera, and alerts that an emergency call signal is received when an image of a person wearing the first terminal 100, which has been emitted for every cycle in which infrared light is set in the infrared image, is photographed.

The emergency detecting terminal 500 alerts that an emergency call signal is received when a person wearing the first terminal 100 whose visible light is blinked is photographed in the image photographed as CCTV.

At this time, the emergency detecting terminal 500 transmits the first terminal 100, which emits infrared light or visible light, to the institution terminal 600. The institutional terminal 600 may request the user to confirm the subject by checking the corresponding image and transmitting the image to the guardian terminal through the server 300. [

Alternatively, the institutional terminal 600 searches the target person by dispatching a patrol to the corresponding position at a moment of confirming the image of the emergency-detecting terminal 500, thereby promptly responding even before confirming the identity of the guardian terminal.

Alternatively, the emergency detecting terminal 500 may receive an emergency call signal including identification information received from the emergency output unit 150 as a radio receiving terminal (for example, a beacon), alert the reception of the emergency call signal, (300). Here, the identification information is unique identification information given to the target person and the guardian terminal.

In step S316, the server 300 confirms the subject and the caregiver terminal by checking the identification information received from the emergency detecting terminal 500. [ In addition, the server 300 confirms the location information of the emergency detecting terminal 500.

Step S317 is a step in which the server 300 transmits the location information of the subject to the caregiver terminal 400. [ Accordingly, the guardian terminal 400 can search the area corresponding to the received location information and protect the target.

As described above, the present invention can remotely manage the health of a single person, a long-term patient, and an old-person with a medical condition, thereby enabling rapid salvation in case of an emergency, and monitoring a criminal having a fear of re-

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  1. A first terminal for wirelessly transmitting a vital measurement signal including at least one of a blood pressure, a body temperature, and a pulse of the subject and a momentum measurement signal sensed by the subject,
    A second terminal for receiving the vital measurement signal and the momentum measurement signal of the first terminal and transmitting current position information;
    Receiving at least one of a vital measurement signal, a momentum measurement signal, and position information of the first terminal from the second terminal to accumulate and store the abnormality and position of the subject in real time in the database, A server for transmitting vital and momentum and position information of a subject stored in a database for each second terminal by a set guardian terminal or an institutional terminal;
    A guardian terminal for receiving body information of a subject from the server;
    An emergency detecting terminal for detecting an emergency call signal output from the first terminal; And
    And an institution terminal for receiving an emergency dispatch and a search signal,
    The first terminal,
    A vital measurement module for detecting one or more of a subject's pulse, body temperature, and blood pressure; A pollution degree measuring module for detecting at least one of fine dust, gas and smoke contained in the air of the surrounding environment; A momentum measurement module for measuring the number, time, and distance of the subject's walking; And a light intensity measurement module for sensing the brightness of the surroundings;
    A first communication unit for performing short-range wireless communication with the second terminal;
    A first display for indicating a call of the second terminal;
    A payment unit which is issued from a card company, a bank company, and a communication company and generates financial terminal and post-tagging information; And
    A first control unit for controlling the measurement signal output from the measurement unit and the approval signal of the approval unit to be transmitted to the second terminal through the first communication unit when a request for a measurement signal is received from the second terminal through the first communication unit; Lt; / RTI >
    The second terminal comprises: a GPS which transmits and receives location information;
    A second display for outputting a message warning the separation of the message received from the server and the first terminal;
    A second communication unit for performing communication with the server and the first terminal; A second power supply for supplying power; A voice storage unit for storing voice; A recorder for storing information including dosing record and momentum; And
    And controls the recording unit to record whether or not medication is being performed by confirming a selection signal input through the second display,
    The second communication unit is controlled to call the first terminal according to the set time period to output a message to the second display for alerting the subject when the first terminal is not connected or to display the first display of the first terminal And receives at least one of a vital measurement signal, a momentum measurement signal, and a surrounding environment measurement signal of the first terminal through the second communication unit and transmits the signal to the server, And outputs a voice message or a voice message stored in the voice storage unit to the recording unit or transmits the voice message to the recording unit or transmits the voice message to the recording unit and transmits the vital measurement signal and the momentum measurement signal And transmits the vital measurement signal received from the first terminal Detected and a second control unit for transmitting the alert to the server,
    The server comprises:
    A server communication unit for performing communication;
    Converts the vital measurement signal received from the second terminal into the set data to generate a table for each item, converts the environment measurement signal and the momentum measurement signal into data, generates a table for each name, A vital processing unit for accumulating vital measurement signals, momentum measurement signals, and environmental measurement signals in a database to generate a pattern of a subject;
    An information mapping unit for mapping vital measurement data of the vital processing unit with medical information and outputting the result;
    A patient DB storing the subject's name, address and prescription of the subject, a guardian DB storing contact information of the guardian according to the subject, medical treatment information and status information of the subject, A database including an information DB in which the vital measurement information is a big data and a location information DB in which a daily movement path for each subject is cumulatively accumulated; And a second communication unit that receives the location information of the second terminal in real time via the server communication unit and stores the received location information in the location information DB and transmits the location information of the second terminal to the second terminal or the guardian terminal or the second terminal according to the mapping result of the pattern generated by the vital processing unit and the information mapping unit. And a server control unit for selectively calling the terminal.
  2. 2. The method of claim 1, wherein the server
    If the abnormality is detected through the vital measurement signal received from the second terminal, transmits a message for confirming the abnormality to the second terminal,
    The second terminal transmits a message asking whether it is abnormal in the second display and then transmits a no abnormality signal when a menu indicating that there is no abnormality is selected,
    And transmits an alarm to the server when an area other than the menu indicating no abnormality is touched in the second display or there is no input for a predetermined time.
  3. A management method using a subject management system using the wearable wireless terminal of claim 1,
    The method comprising the steps of: receiving vital measurement information including at least one of blood pressure, pulse, and body temperature of a subject through a first terminal worn on the subject's body, cumulatively storing vital measurement information of the subject to manage health management of the subject, doing
    A) step of the server;
    B) receiving a vital measurement information of the first terminal and position information of the second terminal, and detecting the current state and position of the subject through the position information and the vital measurement information of the subject in real time; And
    C) activating a second terminal of the second terminal in response to a request from a guardian terminal or an institution terminal, and confirming the location information of the second terminal and transmitting the information to the institution terminal or the guardian terminal,
    The step a)
    A-1) storing at least one of a vital measurement signal and a momentum measurement signal of the first terminal and the medication record from the second terminal to the server, storing the entered medication record;
    The server receives the vital measurement signal, the momentum measurement signal, and the medication record received from the second terminal and compares the vital item according to the disease-specific symptom stored in the big data stored in the database with the vital measurement signal received from the second terminal A-2) determining whether the subject is abnormal;
    (A-3) when the server determines in step a-2) that an abnormality has occurred in the subject, transmitting a voice or text message requesting an emergency situation to the second terminal;
    The second terminal outputs a character or voice message asking the server whether it is abnormal or not to the second display and sends the result to the server, and the second terminal displays a message (A-4) of outputting an abnormal signal when the other area of the second display is selected in addition to the menu for selecting no input or no abnormality for a set time period; And
    And a-5) receiving a reply to the abnormality from the second terminal and issuing an alarm to the guardian terminal according to a result of the a-5)
    In step b), the second terminal transmits,
    B-1) calling the first terminal according to the set period to request a vital measurement signal;
    B-2) receiving a vital measurement signal from the first terminal;
    B-3) determining whether the first terminal is worn through the vital measurement signal received in step b-2;
    And b-4) for alerting the second display device to not use the vital measurement signal when the first terminal is determined that the first terminal is not worn on the subject's body in the step b-3), and requesting the vital measurement signal to the first terminal for the set time period. step; And
    And b-5) receiving the vital measurement signal from the first terminal for a predetermined time in step b-4), and alerting the server to the non-use of the first terminal if the unattended state continues,
    In the step b), the server,
    B-1-1) activating a GPS in the second terminal and receiving the real-time location information to generate a movement path of the second terminal;
    B-1-2) receiving at least one of a vital measurement signal, ambient illuminance, dust pollution, noxious gas, and smoke generation from the second terminal;
    Mapping the vital measurement signal and the environment measurement signal received from the second terminal with the big data to infer the current state to compare the previous vital measurement pattern and the previous environmental measurement pattern, B-1-3) comparing the paths; And
    And b-1-4) determining an abnormality of the subject based on the comparison result of the step b-1-3) and transmitting an alarm to at least one of the parent terminal and the institution terminal. A method for managing a subject using a wireless terminal.
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