WO2010081245A1 - Mobile intermediate module for communicating with external sensors and mobile display device and system for representing physiological parameters - Google Patents

Mobile intermediate module for communicating with external sensors and mobile display device and system for representing physiological parameters Download PDF

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WO2010081245A1
WO2010081245A1 PCT/CH2009/000408 CH2009000408W WO2010081245A1 WO 2010081245 A1 WO2010081245 A1 WO 2010081245A1 CH 2009000408 W CH2009000408 W CH 2009000408W WO 2010081245 A1 WO2010081245 A1 WO 2010081245A1
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Abstract

A mobile intermediate module (20) for communicating with external sensors (30) and with a mobile display device (10) comprises a receiver (21) for wirelessly receiving signals from the external sensors (30) according to a first transmission standard, a transmitter (23) for wirelessly communicating with the mobile display device (10) according to a second transmission standard, and a processor (22), which generates data to be transmitted to the mobile display devices (10) by way of the transmitter (23) from signals received from the receiver (21). In this way, it is possible to use a conventional mobile telephone for evaluating and representing the captured parameters. In particular, the display of the mobile telephone can be used for the graphical representation of training parameters and the like. This can be done during or immediately after ending a training unit. The invention further enables the use of a mobile telephone as a bicycle computer.

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Mobiles intermediate module for communication with external sensors and a mobile display device, and system for displaying physiological parameters

The invention relates to the field of acquisition, processing and display of physiological parameters of a person. Examples of these are in sporting activities of interest to capture the state of training and improve training. Furthermore, a long-term monitoring of physiological parameters for medical reasons may be of interest.

mobile training computer are known from the training sector, which are worn on the wrist and with which the current heart rate is displayed. It is also possible to detect the progression of heart rate over a training interval. In conjunction with a fixed sensor, the heart rate can also be related to running speed. Furthermore, an altimeter can be integrated in the training computer. In addition, these devices have the ability to transmit the data collected during training to a computer, so that the training process can be illustrated visually by means of graphs. Due to the size of the equipment such illustration in the training computer itself is not possible.

Other device configurations allow, for example, in conjunction with GPS measurement of the speed and distance in the field. Further, it is possible to measure in connection with a speed and / or cadence sensor, the current speed and / or cadence and display. Again, however, the possibility of a graphical illustration missing already during training.

It is also known from US 2004/0226341 A1 to detect physiological parameters using a sensor and transmitting wirelessly via a Bluetooth interface to a mobile phone, which transmits the sensed parameter to a server. The parameters are integrated into a virtual physiological model of the person and can be displayed graphically on the display of the mobile phone.

is also known from US 2007/027367 A1, to process the physiological parameters wirelessly transmitted to a mobile phone or a PDA in this.

Against this background, the invention has for its object to offer alternatives for graphical visualization of physiological data.

This object is achieved by a mobile intermediate module to communicate with external sensors, and according to a mobile display device claim. 1 The novel intermediate module comprises a receiving means for wireless reception of signals of external sensors according to a first transmission standard, a transmission device for wireless communication with the mobile display device according to a second transmission standard, and a processor device consisting received by the receiving means signals via the transmitting means to the mobile display device generates data to be transmitted.

This makes it possible to use a conventional mobile phone, a PDA, a smart phone or a iPod, or is equipped with a known wireless interface to use for analyzing and displaying the sensed parameter. In particular, the display of the mobile phone for the graphic illustration of training parameters and the like can be used. What is important here is that this can be done during or immediately after a training session already. It is not necessary for that purpose, to create their own player or to integrate a corresponding display in a training computer, as most people today already perform a mobile phone or the like with it. A WEI teres display would only mean an additional ballast in such a context.

The inventive solution allows, among other things, to use a mobile phone, for example, as a bike computer.

Advantageous embodiments are indicated in further claims.

According to an advantageous embodiment, the receiving device of the intermediate module works with external sensors via the ANT + standard company ANT Wireless, Cochrane, Alberta, Canada. This standard is not compatible with conventional mobile phones and PDAs. However, the data from equipped with ANT transmitters sensors to a mobile phone, a PDA, a smartphone, an iPod, or the like can be transferred via the intermediate module.

According to a further advantageous embodiment of the invention operates the transmission device of the intermediate module according to the Bluetooth standard by which many mobile phones, PDAs, smart phones and iPods are equipped. However, other Übertragungsständards can be used as long as the mobile devices have enabled an appropriate transfer.

In the former case, the intermediate module to an ANT + -Bluetooth- converter. Furthermore, it can be provided that the intermediate module can choose between various transmission standards for mobile phones, PDAs, smart phones and Ipods allowed.

As external sensors, all types of sensors are suitable, which can be coupled with an ANT transmitter. These are in particular heart rate sensors and power sensors. The latter measure, for example on a bicycle the rider's pedaling force. Furthermore, a measuring device for measuring altitude and / or a measuring device may be integrated to measure the temperature in the intermediate module.

In a further embodiment, the intermediate module to cooperating with an external transducer means for cadence and / or wheel speed.

The intermediate module is preferably designed such that this can be carried along by a person at a sporting activity. For example, the intermediate module on the body or clothing of a person can be attached. However, it is also possible to attach the intermediate module at a sports equipment such as a bicycle.

In order to ensure a correct association between the sensors and the intermediate module, the signal transmission between the remote unit and the receiver means of the intermediate module is preferably encoded or encrypted. This can ensuring that unauthorized parties can not access the measured data.

Similarly, the data transmission between the transmitting device of the intermediate module and the mobile display means can be encoded and / or or encrypted.

The above object is further achieved by a system for displaying physiological parameters according to claim 15 °. The environmentally system summarizes the already mentioned above, sensors for detecting physiological parameters of a person, said sensors each have a transmitter device for wireless signal transmission, a display device for displaying the sensed physiological parameter, and optionally other parameters, for example in the form of a mobile phone, PDAs, smartphones or iPods, which has a receiving device for wireless data transmission, and a mobile intermediate module of the type described above. in an advantageous embodiment of the system to be evaluated, the parameter detected in the display device and stored. The intermediate module is used here only data transfer and conversion. If necessary, a combination of different parameters to each other can be made in the mobile- intermediate module yet.

Furthermore, the mobile display device can be equipped with a GPS receiver. In the mobile display device detected by the external sensor data obtained from the GPS receiver GPS then data can be linked and stored.

As already stated above, the display device allows the display of the sensed parameters as a graph, a minimum resolution of 200 x 200 pixels is desired.

According to a further advantageous embodiment the display device is configured to a bicycle attachable to and so as to allow a display of operation-relevant parameters, and physiological parameters of the driver during operation of the bicycle. Via the mobile intermediate module particularly temperature and air pressure, and the cadence and the wheel speed can be measured in this case.

However, depending on the sport or medical purpose, another configuration is possible.

The invention with reference to an embodiment shown in the drawing will be further explained. The invention shows:

Figure 1 is a schematic view of an embodiment of an inventive system for displaying physiological parameters with a mobile intermediate module. The embodiment shows a system for displaying physiological parameters with which the heart rate and the physical performance of a person during actuation by means of a mobile display device 10 can be displayed.

The mobile display device 10 is in this case a conventional mobile phone, a PDA, a smart phone, an iPod, or the like. Such devices are widely used and carried by a variety of people in virtually any situation. The invention utilizes the available on such devices display for graphically displaying physiological parameters, whereby the respective devices can be used eg as a training computer.

However, conventional sensors are not readily compatible with these devices. For this reason, the invention provides a mobile intermediate module 20 before, which makes it possible to bring the measured data on a mobile phone or the like to the display without the need for a hardware technical modification on the part of the display device would be required 10th only a software for processing and displaying the measured parameter is posted on the display device 10th The data stored in the display device 10 data may also be transferred in a conventional manner to a stationary computer system.

In the illustrated embodiment, two external sensors 31 and 32 are provided, which are embodied here as an example heart rate sensor and output sensor. Each of these sensors comprises a transmitter device for wireless transmission of the measurement signal to the mobile intermediate module 20th The transfer is preferably carried out wirelessly to the ANT + standard. Accordingly, in the mobile intermediate module 20, a suitable receiving means 21 is housed.

The mobile intermediate module 20 further includes a processor device 22 with which processes the detected signals of the receiving means 21 and in- nerhalb of the intermediate module 20 are forwarded to a transmitting means 23rd

In the illustrated embodiment, the mobile intermediate module 20 includes further a measuring device for measuring altitude 24 and a measuring device 25 for temperature measurement, which are respectively arranged in the intermediate module 20th

Further, the mobile intermediate module 20 cooperating with an external transducer 26 for cadence and cooperating with an external transducer means 27 to the wheel speed. While the data in the devices 24 to 27 are processed in the processor device 22 and prepared for the transmission device 23rd For the control and processing of the measured signals or data in the mobile intermediate module 20 suitable software 28 is stored.

The transmitting device 23 of the mobile intermediate module 20 communicates wirelessly with the mobile display device 10, wherein the transmission of data according to the Bluetooth standard is carried out, which is available on a variety of mobile display devices 10th However, for transmitting the measured parameters of the preferably separate mobile intermediate module 20 to the mobile display device 10, other, common transmission standards may be used. However, it is also possible to couple the intermediate module 20 mechanically to the display device 10th The data transmission can thereby continue to be wireless. However, a wired data transmission is possible.

The sensed parameters are evaluated in the display device 10 and stored. Storage in the mobile intermediate module 20 is this not absolutely necessary, but also not excluded. The display device 10 has a display with a pixel size of at least 200 x 200 pixels, to display the parameter detected not only numeric, but in particular also as graphs so that the training process can be read during or immediately after completion of the training. In the display device 10, a corresponding evaluation software is implemented, which allows to evaluate the training parameters detected by known methods. Furthermore, the measurement data of other external devices such as an ECG device 40 can transmit to the display device 10 and are shown graphically by means of this.

The system described above can be configured, for example, a running session. The mobile intermediate module 20 is mounted for this purpose on the body or clothing of a person. It receives the signals of a commercially available heart rate monitor 31, which is integrated in a chest belt of the training person. Further, the step frequency can be detected by a sensor step. In the intermediate module 20, the detected signals are processed and transmitted wirelessly in the present case according to the Bluetooth standard to the likewise entrained by the training person mobile display device 10 so that training data can be read directly. To improve the evaluation of training data can spot in the mobile display device 10 or data relating to the trainee how to put their weight, age, gender, etc. and included in the analysis using data stored in the software.

After completion of the training, the training data from the mobile display device 10 can be uploaded to a web server and can be retrieved from there by means of a home computer. However, it is also possible to transmit the training data directly from the mobile display device 10 to the home computer. The system described above can be used also in cycling training, the mobile display device 10 can then be used in the manner of a bicycle computer. In this case, it is appropriate to provide a holding tion, with which the display device 10 is mounted in the visual field of the driver on the bicycle. The display device 10 can then be during training both operationally relevant parameters such as the speed of travel, the route and the current height and the driver as the cadence physiological parameters, performance and possibly display the heart rate. Driving speed, driving distance, direction of travel and current altitude can be determined with an optionally arranged in the display device 10 GPS receiver. The data acquired from the external sensors 30 can be brought into connection with the results obtained by the GPS receiver GPS data such as position, altitude, speed and direction and stored. The mobile intermediate module 20 can be carried or be attached to the bicycle in this case, either by the driver on the body or clothing.

The invention has been explained above with reference to an embodiment. However, it is not limited thereto but encompasses all embodiments defined by the claims. In particular, the inventions according dung system can also be used for the purpose of medical observation.

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1. A mobile intermediate module (20) for communication with external sensors (30) and a mobile display device (10) comprising: receiving means (21) for wireless reception of signals of external sensors (30) of a first transmission standard, a transmission device (23 ) for wireless communication with the mobile display means (10) of a second transmission standard and a processor device (22) (from the receiving device received 21) signals (on the transmitting device 23) (to the mobile display device 10) generated data to be transmitted.
2. A mobile inter-module according to claim 1, characterized in that the receiving means (21) of the mobile intermediate module (20) with the external sensors (20) operates on the ANT + standard.
3. Mobiles intermediate module according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the transmission means (23) of the intermediate module (20) according to the Bluetooth standard works.
4. A mobile inter-module according to claim 2 or 3, characterized in that the mobile intermediate module (20) has an ANT + -Bluetooth converter.
5. Mobile. Between the module according to one of claims 1 to 4, characterized in that the mobile intermediate module (20) includes a measuring device for level measurement (24).
6. A mobile inter-module according to any one of claims 1 to 5, characterized in that the mobile intermediate module (20) includes a measuring device for temperature measurement (25).
7. A mobile inter-module according to any one of claims 1 to 6, characterized in that the mobile intermediate module (20) cooperating with an external transducer means for cadence (26).
8. A mobile inter-module according to any one of claims 1 to 7, characterized in that the mobile intermediate module (20) cooperating with an external means for encoder wheel speed (27).
9. A mobile inter-module according to any one of claims 1 to 8, characterized in that the mobile intermediate module (20) of a person at a sporting activities can be carried along.
10. A mobile inter-module according to any one of claims 1 to 9, characterized in that the mobile intermediate module (20) can be fastened to the body or of a person's clothing.
11. A mobile inter-module according to any one of claims 1 to 10, characterized in that the mobile intermediate module (20) is connected to a sports device befestig bar.
12. A mobile inter-module according to any one of claims 1 to 11, characterized in that the mobile intermediate module (20) can be fastened to a frame of a bicycle.
13. A mobile inter-module according to one of claims 1 to 12, characterized in that the signal transmission between the external sen- sors (30) and said receiving means (21) of the intermediate module (20) is coded or encrypted.
14. A mobile inter-module according to any one of claims 1 to 13, characterized in that the data transmission between the transmitting device (23) of the intermediate module (20) and the mobile display means (10) is coded or encrypted.
15. The system for displaying physiological parameters, comprising: sensors (30, 31, 32) for sensing physiological parameters of a person, wherein the sensors (30, 31, 32) each have a transmission device for wireless signal transmission, a display device (10) for displaying the sensed physiological parameter and optionally further parameters, which has a receiving device for wireless data transmission and a mobile intermediate module (20) according to any one of the preceding claims.
16. System according to claim 15, characterized in that the display device (10) is a mobile phone, PDA, smartphone or iPod.
17. The system of claim 15 or 16, characterized in that the parameter detected in the display device (10) are evaluated and stored.
18. System according to one of claims 15 to 17, characterized in that the display device (10) is configured to display the sensed parameter as a graph.
to permit 19. System according to one of claims 15 to 18, characterized in that the display device (10) can be fastened to a bicycle and is configured to, during operation of the bicycle one screen ge of operation-relevant parameters, and physiological conditions of the driver parameters ,
20. System according to one of claims 15 to 19, characterized in that the display device (10) comprises a GPS receiver.
21. System according to claim 20, characterized in that the display device (10) is configured to associate sensed by the external sensors (30) with data obtained from the GPS receiver GPS data and save it.
22. System according to any one of claims 15 to 21, characterized in that an external sensor is a heart rate sensor (31).
23. System according to any one of claims 15 to 22, characterized in that an external sensor is a power sensor (32).
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