TWM471716U - Digital electronic signages monitoring apparatus - Google Patents

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TWM471716U
TWM471716U TW102202082U TW102202082U TWM471716U TW M471716 U TWM471716 U TW M471716U TW 102202082 U TW102202082 U TW 102202082U TW 102202082 U TW102202082 U TW 102202082U TW M471716 U TWM471716 U TW M471716U
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xiao-wei Nie
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Digital electronic sign monitoring device
The present invention relates to a digital electronic sign monitoring device, in particular to a digital display device, a video wall, etc., which can display the screen display status of the multimedia playing system played by the public, and timely corresponding solutions are provided. Investing in huge equipment costs does not require changes to the structure of the original digital signage, that is, monitoring devices that can achieve remote monitoring purposes.
The traditional digital signage (Digital Signage), also known as electronic signage, multimedia billboards, electronic billboards, etc., is a multimedia or even interactive communication platform that can quickly transmit effective information to target customers in various commercial applications or View group. It is widely used in enterprises, schools, art galleries, retail malls, restaurants, government agencies, hospitals, banks, transportation and other industries. Generally, the digital electronic signboard includes a player and a screen. The user stores the pre-designed multimedia information in the player, and uses the player to output multimedia information to the screen to provide a target customer group or a viewing group to view the message. purpose. In addition, the player is internally provided with a network device, and the user can also transmit the multimedia information to the player through the network, and then the player outputs information to the screen.
However, whether the digital electronic signage is normally displayed or malfunctioning, the traditional method is to periodically send personnel to the digital electronic signage where the site is viewed. If the number of digital electronic signboards is scarce and the distribution is relatively concentrated, this traditional method is still barely Cope; if the number is large, Or a wide distribution, it is difficult to achieve the purpose of on-site inspection of failure. In addition, the method of sending personnel to the on-site inspection of the digital signage at a certain time is quite labor intensive and very inefficient.
The main purpose of this creation is a digital electronic signage monitoring device, which can easily monitor the digital electronic signage with a simple attachment device without changing the structure of the original digital electronic signage.
Another object of the present invention is a digital electronic signage monitoring device that can monitor the digital electronic signboard at a remote location, thereby reducing waste of labor costs.
Another object of the present invention is a digital electronic signage monitoring device, which can simultaneously monitor a plurality of digital electronic signboards through a remote control center through the monitoring module device, and if a digital electronic signage in a certain place fails, The remote control center can know and process it clearly and quickly.
A further object of the present invention is a digital electronic signage monitoring device, which not only reduces the cost of investment equipment, but also improves monitoring efficiency.
The following embodiments are described below for the detailed description, but the embodiments are not intended to limit the present invention.
10‧‧‧ Controller
20‧‧‧Detector
22‧‧‧ sensor
24‧‧‧ sensor
26‧‧‧ sensor
30‧‧‧Connector
40‧‧‧ Player
50‧‧‧Digital electronic board
60‧‧‧ screen
70‧‧‧Remote Control Center
55‧‧‧TV wall
81‧‧‧Send the first detection signal
82‧‧‧ Receive the first detection signal
83‧‧‧ Align the first detection signal
84‧‧‧Signal
85‧‧‧Send second detection signal
86‧‧‧Receive second detection signal
87‧‧‧Compared to the second detection signal
88‧‧‧Signal
89‧‧‧Send third detection signal
90‧‧‧Receive third detection signal
91‧‧‧Comparing the third detection signal
92‧‧‧ issued a malfunction signal
93‧‧‧ issued a normal signal
The first picture is a three-dimensional diagram of the digital electronic sign monitoring device of the present creation.
The second figure is a three-dimensional exploded view of the digital electronic signage monitoring device and the player.
The third figure is a three-dimensional schematic diagram of the combination of the state of use of the creation.
The fourth picture is the control flow chart of the authoring controller.
The fifth picture is a schematic plan view of the state of use of the present creation.
The sixth picture is a schematic diagram of the remote monitoring of multiple digital electronic boards at the same time.
The seventh drawing is a schematic view of another embodiment of the present creation.
The present invention relates to a digital electronic sign monitoring device, which is shown in the first figure of the drawing. The first figure is a three-dimensional schematic diagram of the digital electronic sign monitoring device. The digital electronic sign monitoring device comprises a controller 10, a plurality of sensors 22, 24, 26, and a connector 30. The controller 10 is connected at one end to the plurality of sensors 22, 24, 26, and the plurality of sensors 22, 24, 26 and the digital kanban screen 60 are fixed to each other; the other end is connected to a connector 30, and the connector is used. 30 is interconnected with the player 40 used for the digital signage. The plurality of sensors 22, 24, 26 of the present embodiment are illustrated by way of example, but are not intended to limit the creation. It is also possible to use a single sensor or other number of sensors. Please refer to the second and third figures of the drawing at the same time. The second figure is a three-dimensional exploded view of the digital electronic signage monitoring device and the player; the third figure is a combined three-dimensional diagram when used. For aesthetic reasons, the plurality of sensors 22, 24, 26 can be housed together to form a detector 20, that is, the detector 20 houses the plurality of sensors 22, 24, 26. The controller 10 can continuously send different signals to the player 40 through the connector 30, play the player 60 to the screen 60, and then detect the screen 60 by the plurality of sensors 22, 24, 26 in the detector 20. The detected feedback signal is sent back to the controller 10. The controller 10 is internally provided with a predetermined program, which can compare and analyze the sent signal and the feedback signal, and sends a signal to the connector 30 at the other end of the controller 10 according to the result of the analysis. The signal is transmitted by the connector 30 to the player 40 of the digital electronic sign 50 by means of the player 40 internal network devices are transmitted to the remote control center 70. The operator of the control center can selectively perform subsequent processing based on the received message. The detector 20 is fixed at a predetermined position on the surface of the screen 60 of the digital kanban 50 to be detected, and may be fixed in a manner of pasting, locking, or the like. The fixed position is preferably a screen that does not affect the playback of the screen 60, such as the four corners of the screen 60, so as to prevent the detector 20 from covering the played picture and affecting the user's viewing. The detection signal sent by the controller 10 is sent to the surface of the screen 60 by the player 40, and then detected by the detector 20, and the signal is sent back to the controller 10. The connector 30 is mainly used to connect the player 40, transmit the detection signal to the player 40, and compare the result of the controller 10 to the remote end by the existing network device inside the player 40. . Therefore, by the connector 30, the controller 10 can utilize the existing network device inside the player 40, and the controller 10 itself can eliminate the need for another network device, so that the overall structure can be simplified and can be reduced. cost. The connector 30 is selected to communicate with the player 40. This embodiment is illustrated by a USB connector, but is not intended to limit the creation. Others such as RS-232, Bluetooth, wifi, or Other related similar methods are also feasible.
For the use of the digital electronic signage monitoring device, please refer to the third, fourth and fourth figures, which is the control flow chart of the author controller. First, the detector 20 at one end of the controller 10 is fixed on the surface of the digital electronic sign 50 screen 60, and then the connector 30 at the other end of the controller 10 is plugged into the player 40 of the digital electronic sign 50. The player 40 is used to control the digital electronic sign 50. Then, the controller 10 continuously sends different signals to the player 40 to be played by the screen 60, and the detector 20 transmits the signal detected by the screen 60 to the controller 10, and the controller 10 sends the signal to the predetermined program pair. Performing a comparison analysis with the received signal, and analyzing the result, the screen 60 is a normal or abnormal signal, and is played through the connector 30. The existing network device of the device 40 is transmitted to the remote control center 70. Then, the operator of the remote control center 70 can perform subsequent processing according to the received message. For example, the controller 10 first sends a first detection signal (such as a blue signal) 81 to the player 40 to be played by the screen 60. The sensor 22 in the detector 20 detects whether the screen 60 has a blue signal and returns it. The controller 10 receives the first detection signal 82, and the controller 10 compares the first detection signal 83 sent and received by a predetermined program. If the two do not match, the fault signal 84 is sent. If the two match, the next step is performed, the controller 10 sends a second detection signal (for example, a red signal) 85 to the player 40 to be played by the screen 60, and the sensor 24 in the detector 20 detects whether the screen 60 has The red signal is sent back to the controller 10, and the controller 10 receives the second detection signal 86, and the controller 10 compares the second detection signal 87 with a predetermined program. If the two do not match, the fault signal is sent. 88, if the two match, proceed to the next step, the controller 10 then sends a third detection signal (such as green light signal) 89 to the player 40 to be played by the screen 60, and the sensor 26 in the detector 20 detects Test screen 60 whether there is a green light signal and feedback it The controller 10 receives the third detection signal 90 from the controller 10, and the controller 10 compares the third detection signal 91 with a predetermined program. If the two do not match, the fault signal 92 is sent. If the two match, the normal signal is issued. Signal 93. Then, returning to the initial step, the first detection signal 81 is sent, the first detection signal 82 is received, and the repetition is performed in sequence. With the signals transmitted and received, the controller 10 can determine whether the usage status of the screen 60 is normal or abnormal, and then transmit the signal of the detection result to the remote end through the network device of the player 40 via the connector 30. The control center 70 is further processed by the remote control center 70. If the fault occurs, the remote control center 70 can send a person to perform maintenance, or contact a nearby person to view the digital electronic sign 50 and report back to the control center. If it is normal, the remote control center 70 does not perform other actions and continues to monitor. Therefore, this creation has not changed the original digital electronic signage. Under the premise of the structure of 50, the digital electronic sign 50 can be easily monitored by a simple attachment. In addition, the single remote control center 70 can simultaneously monitor the plurality of digital electronic boards 50 through the network through the controller 10 to understand the display status of the digital electronic boards 50. Please also refer to the fifth, sixth and fifth figures. The schematic diagram of the state of use of the digital electronic signage monitoring device is created. The sixth figure is a schematic diagram of monitoring multiple digital electronic boards at the same time. The single remote control center 70 can monitor the plurality of digital electronic signboards 50. If the screen 60 of the digital electronic signage 50 is faulty, the player 40 sends a fault signal, and after receiving the fault signal, the remote control center 70 receives the fault signal. It can be confirmed that the digital electronic signboard 50 is faulty, and the personnel are promptly notified to carry out subsequent repairs, which virtually improves the efficiency of the overall system. In addition to reducing the cost of equipment investment and improving monitoring efficiency, this creation is a significant improvement. The controller 10 continuously transmits different signals to the player 40, and the aforementioned blue, red, and green signals are exemplified, and are not intended to limit the creation. The controller 10 transmits other different signals, or changes the order in which the signals are sent, or transmits only a single signal for detection, which are within the scope of the patent.
In another embodiment of the present invention, please refer to the seventh figure, which is to apply the monitoring device of the present invention to the video wall 55. A detector 20 is fixed to a predetermined surface of each of the screens 60 of the video wall 55, connected to the controller 10, and then the other end of the controller 10 is plugged into the player 40 of the video wall 55 (Fig. Not shown). The controller 10 continuously sends different signals to the corresponding player 40, and the detectors 20 transmit the signals detected by the screen 60 to the controller 10, and the controller 10 transmits and receives the detection signals. In an alignment, the screen 60 is judged to be normal or abnormal, and a signal is transmitted to the remote control center 70 through the network device of the player 40. The method is the same as the foregoing and will not be repeated. In addition, the controller 10 and the player 40 are integrated into one module, and the controller is 10 is pre-embedded in the player 40 to form a unitary device, the connector 30 is no longer needed; or the controller 10 and the plurality of sensors 22, 24, 26 are integrated into one module, and the plurality of sensors 22, 24, 26 is pre-embedded in the controller 10, omitting the connection line between the plurality of sensors 22, 24, 26 and the controller 10; or integrating the controller 10, the plurality of sensors 22, 24, 26, and the player 40 into one Modules, etc., are simple changes to this creation and are also within the scope of this creation. This creation is based on the digital electronic signboard 50 and the video wall 55. However, it is not intended to limit the creation. Other similar public broadcasting devices are also the scope of the patent.
In summary, the digital electronic sign monitoring device of the present invention can monitor the display status of the digital broadcasting board, the video wall and other public broadcasting systems by using the settings of the controller and the detector, and timely make corresponding solutions. It is industrially useful. And by connecting with the player of the public broadcast system, the remote monitoring can be performed by using the existing network device of the player, so that it is not necessary to invest huge equipment costs, and it is not necessary to change the structure of the original digital electronic signboard. That is, the purpose of remote monitoring can be achieved, and it is obviously more effective and more progressive than the prior art. In addition, this creation was not seen in the publication before the application, and its novelty is unquestionable. This creation is in line with the provisions of the Patent Law, and the application for a new type of patent is filed in accordance with the law, and it is prayed for review and patent.
10‧‧‧ Controller
20‧‧‧Detector
30‧‧‧Connector
40‧‧‧ Player
50‧‧‧Digital electronic board
60‧‧‧ screen

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  1. A digital electronic sign monitoring device includes: a controller, a plurality of sensors, a screen, a player, and a connector; wherein the controller has one end connected to the plurality of sensors and the other end connected to the connector; the plurality of sensors, Fixing at a predetermined position on the surface of the digital kanban screen to be detected; the connector is for connecting the player of the digital kanban; the controller sends a detection signal, and the connector detects the signal Transferred to the player, sent to the surface of the digital electronic signboard by the player, and then detected by the plurality of sensors, and the signal is sent back to the controller, and the result of the analysis is compared by the controller, by the playing The existing network device transmits the signal to the remote control center.
  2. The digital electronic sign monitoring device of claim 1, wherein the number of the plurality of sensors is one.
  3. The digital electronic sign monitoring device of claim 1, wherein the number of the plurality of sensors is two or more.
  4. The digital electronic sign monitoring device of claim 1, wherein the plurality of sensors are fixed in a manner of pasting, locking, or the like.
  5. The digital electronic sign monitoring device of claim 1, wherein the connector selects a manner in which the player can communicate with the player.
  6. The digital electronic signage monitoring device of claim 1, wherein the connector is a USB connector, RS-232, Bluetooth, wifi.
  7. The digital electronic signage monitoring device of claim 1, wherein the digital electronic signage is a video wall.
  8. The digital electronic signage monitoring device of claim 1, wherein the controller and the player are integrated into one module.
  9. The digital electronic signage monitoring device of claim 1, wherein the controller and the plurality of sensors are integrated into one module.
  10. The digital electronic signage monitoring device of claim 1, wherein the controller, the plurality of sensors, and the player are integrated into one module.
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CN105280127A (en) * 2014-07-22 2016-01-27 建碁股份有限公司 Display apparatus and controlling method of display apparatus

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