RU191888U1 - Biometric identification card for accounting working hours - Google Patents

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RU191888U1
RU191888U1 RU2019106476U RU2019106476U RU191888U1 RU 191888 U1 RU191888 U1 RU 191888U1 RU 2019106476 U RU2019106476 U RU 2019106476U RU 2019106476 U RU2019106476 U RU 2019106476U RU 191888 U1 RU191888 U1 RU 191888U1
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The utility model relates to devices with biometric identification, in particular, to a biometric identification card, which has a built-in fingerprint scanner that provides real-time identification, and can be used to record the working time of employees performing their duties without reference to the worker the place. A biometric fingerprint identification card includes a biometric fingerprint scanner, a fingerprint processing unit, a control module, a wireless transceiver configured to transmit information to a server, a display, a battery, a power control unit and a power button. A satellite navigation sensor, configured to obtain geolocation data, and an accelerometer sensor, configured to measure its position in space and the distance of movement, are introduced into it. The sensors are connected to the inputs / outputs of the control module, one of the inputs / outputs of which is connected to a wireless transceiver. In addition, a battery and a power control unit are connected to the inputs / outputs of the control module, while the display is connected to the output of the control module. The output of the biometric fingerprint scanner is connected to the input of the fingerprint processing unit, and the battery is connected to the power control unit. Moreover, the biometric identification card further comprises a sound emitter configured to signal the user, and a contactless interaction module configured to read and write biometric user data through a mobile terminal, the contactless interaction module being connected to the fingerprint processing unit via the inputs and outputs of the said control module , one of the outputs of which is connected to the sound emitter. The sound emitter is made in the form of a piezoelectric emitter. 1 s.p. f-ly, 2 ill.

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The utility model relates to devices with biometric identification, in particular, to a biometric identification card, which has a built-in fingerprint scanner that provides real-time identification, and can be used to record the working time of employees performing their duties without reference to the worker a place, for example, on construction sites.

In the construction industry, there is the problem of ensuring the reliability of accounting for the working time of each worker and accounting for the number of workers located at remote construction sites, which is due to the specifics of the activity: work is carried out on a rotational basis, at night, in harmful and dangerous working conditions, etc. Often, workers go from one object to another to carry out their work, which makes it difficult to monitor their presence at the workplace. Nowadays, accounting systems for working time based on biometric identification of a person are widely used, which can provide reliable access control to construction sites and increase the level of security at sites.

A well-known system of accounting for working hours (patent for utility model RU No. 51430, IPC G06K 9/00, 02/10/2006), which consists of a terminal containing a reader and a controller connected to a light-sound indication unit, a network adapter, an actuator connected to the controller both the management object and the server connected to the network adapter. In this case, the reader is made optoelectronic, and a fingerprint processing unit, connected to the reader and controller, is additionally introduced into the system. The network adapter is built into the fingerprint processing unit and is connected to the server using a high-speed interface. The controller is additionally equipped with buttons for requesting “input” and “output” and is connected with an actuator of relay type via a dedicated digital channel. An event buffer with an unlimited volume is generated in the memory of the fingerprint processing unit using software. For visual monitoring of control zones, a video camera is additionally introduced into the working hours accounting system, connected to a fingerprint processing unit by digital or analog communication.

The main disadvantage of such a system is that it is designed to record the time of arrival and departure of each employee and does not allow you to track the movement of employees in the facility. A significant drawback of such a system is the stationary location of the terminal for recording working hours of workers, which is ineffective for construction sites that do not have a single entrance group.

The closest in technical essence to the proposed utility model is a card-type biometric identification device (patent for invention US No. 7424134, IPC G06K 9/00, 09.09.2008), which includes a biometric fingerprint scanner, a control module, a wireless transceiver, battery, connector, display, power button. In this case, the control module includes a first processor, a second processor, a third processor and a power control unit. The first processor may typically include a first storage device, and the second processor may typically include a second storage device for storing data. The battery is designed to power the control module, biometric scanner and wireless transceiver. The wireless transceiver is designed to output personal data to the server, which includes the main server and the client computer. In addition, the length and width of the card-type biometric identification device can be completely identical to the size (85 mm × 55 mm) of a typical credit card.

The main disadvantage of the prototype is the lack of the ability to determine the location of this device in real time and signaling the need for emergency assistance, the SOS signal. A significant drawback is that the control module directly outputs the personal data and code that must be identified to the server via a wireless transceiver, in which there is a possibility of information interception.

The objective of the utility model is to increase the reliability of information about the use of working time by employees by determining its location on a controlled perimeter, real-time wireless monitoring of each employee with a specified frequency by identifying the user by fingerprint. In addition, an important task posed in the development of the claimed utility model is the observance of safety and labor protection at a controlled facility by signaling an employee to be in areas where it is forbidden to be.

The technical result is achieved by the fact that in a biometric identification card for time tracking, including a biometric fingerprint scanner, a fingerprint processing unit, a control module, a wireless transceiver configured to transmit information to a server, display, battery, power control unit and button power supply, according to this utility model, introduced a satellite navigation sensor, configured to receive geolocation data, and an ax sensor a lerometer, configured to measure its position in space and the distance of movement, connected to the inputs and outputs of the control module, one of the inputs and outputs of which is connected to a wireless transceiver, in addition, a battery and a power control unit are connected to the inputs and outputs of the control module, the display is connected to the output of the control module, the output of the biometric fingerprint scanner is connected to the input of the fingerprint processing unit, and the battery connected to the power control unit, while the biometric identification card further comprises a sound emitter configured to signal the user, and a contactless interaction module configured to read and write biometric user data through a mobile terminal, and the contactless interaction module is connected to the fingerprint processing unit via inputs and outputs of said control module, one of the outputs of which is connected to sound Atelier. The sound emitter is made in the form of a piezoelectric emitter.

Thus, the technical result is achieved by placing additional sensors in the card that implement the basic capabilities for remote monitoring on the server (computer) for moving the card user to a controlled object and signaling the card user about his presence in the danger zone.

The essence of the utility model is illustrated by drawings, where in FIG. 1 shows the appearance of a biometric identification card for time tracking, and FIG. 2 shows a block diagram of a biometric identification card for time tracking.

In FIG. 1-2 numbers indicate: 1 - biometric identification card; 2 - technological hole for the loop; 3 - power button; 4 - display; 5 - biometric fingerprint scanner; 6 - fingerprint processing unit; 7 - control module; 8 - wireless transceiver; 9 - server (computer); 10 - rechargeable battery; 11 - power management unit; 12 - satellite navigation sensor; 13 - accelerometer sensor; 14 - contactless interaction module; 15 - mobile terminal; 16 - sound emitter.

The biometric identification card 1 for time tracking includes a biometric fingerprint scanner 5, a fingerprint processing unit 6, a control module 7, a wireless transceiver 8 configured to transmit information to a server 9, a display 4, a battery 10, a power management unit 11 and the power button 3.

The difference of the proposed biometric identification card 1 is that it includes a satellite navigation sensor 12, configured to receive geolocation data, and an accelerometer sensor 13, configured to measure its position in space and the distance of movement. Sensors 12 and 13 are connected to the inputs and outputs of the control module 7, one of the inputs and outputs of which is connected to the wireless transceiver 8. A battery 10 and a power control unit 11 are connected to the inputs and outputs of the control module 7, while the display 4 is connected to the output of the module control 7. The output of the biometric fingerprint scanner 5 is connected to the input of the fingerprint processing unit 6, and the battery 10 is connected to the power control unit 11.

Moreover, the biometric identification card 1 further comprises a sound emitter 16, configured to signal the user, and a contactless interaction module 14, configured to read and write biometric user data through the mobile terminal 15, and the contactless interaction module 14 is connected to the fingerprint processing unit 6 through the inputs and outputs of the mentioned control module 7, one of the outputs of which is connected to the sound emitter 16. Sound emitter 16 you olnen a piezoelectric transducer.

The body of the card biometric identification 1 is made of polyurethane plastic type Smooth-Cast 305 and has the following overall dimensions 106 × 67 × 16 mm. Technological holes are provided in the case (as shown in Fig. 1) for a biometric fingerprint scanner 5, made using the technology of a semiconductor capacitive scanner with a size of 16 × 16 mm, for a display 4, made using an OLED screen technology with a size of 15.5 × 11, 6 mm, under the power button 3, designed to turn the power on and off, and under the loop 2 for easy wearing.

Thus, the following circuit elements are connected to the inputs / outputs (as shown by arrows ↓ in Fig. 2) of the control unit 7: fingerprint processing unit 6, wireless transceiver 8, battery 10, power control unit 11, satellite navigation sensor 12, sensor the accelerometer 13 and the contactless interaction module 14. At the same time, the display 4 and the sound emitter 16 are connected to the outputs (as shown by arrows I in Fig. 2) of the control module 7. The proposed biometric identification card for accounting working hours Meni works as follows.

The principle of operation of card 1 is based on the biometric identification of the employee. Coming to work, each employee needs to turn on their biometric identification card 1 by pressing the power button 3 and go through an identification process by applying their finger to the biometric fingerprint scanner 5. In this case, when applying a finger to the capacitive scanner 5 between each sensor and the protrusion - in the cavity of the papillary pattern, a capacity is formed, the value of which is determined by the distance between the embossed surface of the finger and the element. The matrix of these capacities is converted to a fingerprint image. The data received from the scanner 5 enters the fingerprint processing unit 6 of type QS808, in which these data are processed and compared identifiable biometric data with authorized biometric data.

Authorized biometric data is recorded and stored on the internal memory of the EEPROM type of the contactless interaction module 14. Data is read from the internal memory of the module 14 at the request of the processing unit 6 through the inputs and outputs of the control module 7, which is a microcontroller of the STM32L4x2CxU6 type. The microcontroller may include several input / output ports, where each port is a certain named set of 16 (usually) controller legs, each of which can operate in the input and output mode. When the controller’s leg is set to output, any consumer can be connected to it, in this case display 4 and sound emitter 16, made in the form of a HPS13C piezoelectric emitter, are connected.

Unlike the prototype (US No. 7424134), the processing unit 6 does not transmit any data about the fingerprint to external devices, except for data on the result of the operation. Upon successful identification, an image in the form of a check mark (v) appears on display 4. If the image in the form of a cross symbol (x) appears on display 4, then the identification procedure must be repeated again.

In cases of successful identification, the processing unit 6 allows the control module 7 to send information to the server (computer) 9 through the wireless transceiver 8 about the successful identification. Server 9 records the date and time of arrival or departure of the employee.

To carry out periodic monitoring of employees during the working day, for example, every 2 hours, a function is provided for signaling the user of card 1 about the need for personal identification through fingerprint scanning. In this case, the server 9 initializes the request for the control module 7 of the card 1 through the wireless transceiver 8, which is made in the form of a transceiver type Semtech SX1276, using the energy-efficient network protocol LoRaWAN. In this case, the control module 7 of the card 1 simultaneously feeds a video signal to the display 4 and an audio signal to the sound emitter 16, thereby signaling the user about the need for identification. The identification procedure itself is carried out similarly to the description above.

To determine the location of the user of card 1 on the controlled perimeter (object), the satellite navigation sensor 12 integrated in card 1 is used, made in the form of a miniature GPS / GLONASS receiver based on the MTZZZZ chipset. Thus, the satellite navigation sensor 12 receives signals from the nearest satellites, records the reception time of each signal and its content is transmitted to the control module 7 in a text format of the NMEA type. The control module 7 processes the received data and sends them in the required format to the server (computer) 9 through a wireless transceiver 8. Server 9 receives the received data and stores them in a database. The installed software on server 9 allows you to process the stored information in real time, create employee movement routes on a map, and build various reports on the employee’s use of their working time. Separately, it should be noted the possibility of monitoring at hazardous enterprises, where an emergency situation may arise, for example, in the event of a fire, the labor protection department can quickly see how many people are in production and how many have already left the danger zone.

For the timely detection of industrial accidents, the LIS3DH type 13 accelerometer sensor integrated in card 1 is used, capable of measuring acceleration or vibration in one or two or three directions at the same time. The accelerometer installed in the card 1 of the user allows you to determine its position and the acceleration with which the object moves. In this case, the appearance of acceleration can also be due to external influences on the object - a change in position, shock, shaking, any inhomogeneities in the movement of the object or its removal from the state of equilibrium. These offset values are measured and converted into analog or digital output signals, which are processed by the control unit 7 and transmitted to the server (computer) 9 via a wireless transceiver 8. In case of recording at server 9 atypical for a person parameters of acceleration or immobilization of the user of card 1, a request is sent to the control module 7 of card 1 to carry out identification of the person through a fingerprint scan to eliminate the likelihood that the employee simply fell asleep at bot. If the user ignores card 1 of an audio signal about the need for identification, a decision is made to assist him. It is also possible to independently send the SOS signal to the server 9 in case of injury at the workplace to call for help. For this, the user of card 1 must press the power button 3 5 times in a row, at which the SOS command is activated.

The contactless interaction module 14 is an RFID transmitter with built-in EEPROM memory that stores authorized biometric data recorded using a mobile terminal 15, which is a smartphone with built-in NFC (Near field communication, translated as: “near field communication” ) module. In this case, the recording and reading of authorized biometric data through module 14 is carried out at a distance of up to 20 cm, which, unlike the prototype (US No. 7424134), significantly reduces the likelihood of information interception. There is also the possibility of using a user card as an electronic passport, by reading authorized biometric user data using various mobile or stationary terminals 15 with built-in NFC modules.

Autonomy of the biometric identification card 1 is ensured by the built-in rechargeable battery 10 of the type ROBITON LP503759 at 1200 mAh. To recharge the battery 10 from an external power source (not shown in Fig. 1-2), a power control unit 11 of the type LTC3553EUD # PBF is used.

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1. A biometric identification card for time tracking, including a biometric fingerprint scanner, a fingerprint processing unit, a control module, a wireless transceiver configured to transmit information to a server, a display, a battery, a power control unit and a power button, characterized in that a satellite navigation sensor configured to receive geolocation data and an accelerometer sensor configured to measure its its position in space and the distance of movement connected to the inputs and outputs of the control module, one of the inputs and outputs of which is connected to a wireless transceiver, in addition, a battery and a power control unit are connected to the inputs and outputs of the control module, while the display is connected to the output control module, the output of the biometric fingerprint scanner is connected to the input of the fingerprint processing unit, and the battery is connected to the power control unit, while the biometric identification point further comprises a sound emitter configured to signal the user, and a contactless interaction module configured to read and write biometric user data via a mobile terminal, the contactless interaction module being connected to the fingerprint processing unit via the inputs and outputs of said control module, one from the outputs of which is connected to a sound emitter.
2. A biometric identification card for recording working time according to claim 1, characterized in that the sound emitter is made in the form of a piezoelectric emitter.
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