WO2019106409A1 - Systems and methods for processing and transmitting image signals over mobile phone telephony networks - Google Patents

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WO2019106409A1
WO2019106409A1 PCT/IB2017/057479 IB2017057479W WO2019106409A1 WO 2019106409 A1 WO2019106409 A1 WO 2019106409A1 IB 2017057479 W IB2017057479 W IB 2017057479W WO 2019106409 A1 WO2019106409 A1 WO 2019106409A1
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  • the present disclosure relates generally to the field of mobile device and equipment technology, and specifically, to methods for processing and transmitting image signals over mobile phone telephony networks
  • Wireless access networks including mobile phone networks, are designed for providing user connectivity with the Internet or with multimedia servers.
  • the internet is considered to be the main source of information for mobile users.
  • mobile equipments to place capacity limitations of the transport network, the video is compressed in compliance with international Standards, for example MPEG-2 or MPEG-4.
  • MPEG-2 or MPEG-4 There are two main aspects of a compressed video image, which have adverse effects on a possible implementation: 1. Quality, the image being slightly distorted by mobile equipments to compression; 2. Latency, resulting from the relatively long time required for compression and decompression.
  • mobile phone base stations will become more service oriented, some of them already providing cashing services for video streamed by the network. Adding services to base stations is perceived as an Infrastructure as a Service approach, providing additional mobile equipments for the cellular operators.
  • Video streaming in set-top box directly output to TV replacing traditional TV broadcasting is an example of multimedia services.
  • the present invention functions as providing a combination of compressed and non-com pressed visual service in a mobility network.
  • the method comprises the steps of: establishing a first connection between a local video sensor and a base station by using a wired network; establishing a second connection between the local video sensor and a mobile equipment by using wireless technology;
  • the smart device displays video through the mobile application after processing the compressed and uncompressed video data in view of latency of the first and second connection, the first and second communication, and time of uncompressing the compressed video data.
  • application can be used for providing video services in a cellular system, wherein the video image, is used by a robot or by a control element embedded in a vehicle, wherein one area of the video image is displayed on the smart device located within a vehicle.
  • video services can be used via a cellular system, wherein the video area being displayed represents a current view of a road along which the vehicle is driving or is about to drive.
  • the video images can be used by a cellular system
  • the video data is displayed solely based on the compressed video data, whereas in another embodiment, the video data displayed is solely based on the uncompressed video data. More, when needed, the video data can also be displayed with a combination of both the uncompressed and compressed video data. Consistent with embodiments of the present invention, the inventive method can be used in at least one of the following actions: activating an alert, controlling movement of the vehicle or sending a message or an alert to at least one third party, and wherein the video camera is used in provisioning health services.
  • FIG. 1 represents a system architecture in which the video signal source is connected to the serving base station.
  • FIG. 2 represents a cell phone app displays processed signals, consistent with an embodiment of the present invention.
  • FIG 3 represents deployment of the system architecture into a management monitoring system, consistent with an embodiment of the present invention.
  • FIG. 4 represents a cell phone app displays videos currently captured for building monitoring management, consistent with an embodiment of the present invention.
  • FIG 5 illustrates a flow chart describing the video transmission process, consistent with an embodiment of the present invention.
  • the mobile application termed in this application can be used by a human, robot, a controller, or a processor/computer which may or not generate messages to a human interface (display, voice, sound, vibrations, etc.).
  • FIG. 1 A first example of system architecture according to the present invention is depicted in FIG. 1 , where system architecture is used for exemplification.
  • the system architecture shown includes a video sensor 100 communicates with base station 1 10 over a wired network, while the video sensor 100 communicates with a mobile equipment 120 through wireless technology.
  • the wireless technology described here can include various wireless technology including WIFI, LTE, 3G, Blue tooth and other mobile equipment.
  • a wired network can include anything network with a wired connection taking place, such as Ethernet network.
  • Base station 110 further communicates with mobile device 130 via a wireless network.
  • mobile equipment 120 communicates with mobile device 130 via the wireless network.
  • Video sensor 100 When video sensor 100 captures video images in the form of video data, said data can be compressed into a different format by base station 110 before sending the video data packets through the communication channel to the mobile device 130 wirelessly.
  • Compression technologies include H.261 , H.263, MPEG-1 , MPEG-2, MPEG-4, MPEG-7 and H.264 Various compression technologies can be used in this invention in consideration of the compression efficiency, latency, complexity and robustness. Video compression during its application needs to meet the storage and network bandwidth
  • a user interface 200 is shown.
  • the mobile application hosted by mobile device 130 is developed based on open operating systems, for example IOS and Android.
  • the applications are written based on programming interfaces, named API (Application Programming Interface). Some of these programming interfaces, as Telephony Manager in Android, allow the programmer to access radio-specific parameters, for example RSSi and cell names.
  • API Application Programming Interface
  • Some of these programming interfaces as Telephony Manager in Android, allow the programmer to access radio-specific parameters, for example RSSi and cell names.
  • Fig. 3 is a solution to improve the driver's visibility in such places is to install a device so that the driver can see if a vehicle is approaching from the hidden part of the road.
  • the image is distorted, it becomes visible to the driver too late and it is difficult to establish within a short period of time, the direction in which the vehicles are moving.
  • Parking places as shown in road intersections which lack visibility because of parked vehicles or because of their orientation, may be a source for accidents.
  • Camera 301 of Fig. 3 is sourcing the low delay video image of the street to a radio transmitter in base station 110; the radio receiver in the vehicle displays the image of the street on a smart phone which is in the vehicle and belongs to a person or Is part of the vehicle accessories. Vehicle moves at an average speed while the driver of a second vehicle wishes to exit the parking place. The driver of the vehicle who cannot see the street traffic to the other vehicle which is parked in parallel, becomes aware of the danger while viewing the image received through the radio receiver and displayed on the smart phone, thereby he is able to avoid an accident with vehicle 403. In addition to the video display or instead of it, the driver can receive audio alerts on the imminent collision, alerts resulted from image
  • An MPEG-4 image requires certain time for video compression, which is in the order of an average of 400 milliseconds. Approximately the same time is required for decompression, resulting in a total of up to 1 second. A vehicle moving at 100 km/hour advances approximately 27m within one second (13m at 50 km/hour ), while the breaking distance of a vehicle is up to 40 m at this speed (20 m at 50 km/hour). Thus, if MPEG-4 compression is used in a mobile equipment, the smart phone would provide only the previous position of the coming vehicle (i.e. the place where the vehicle was a second ago) which may mislead the driver assessing the risk of collision. The more advanced video codec requires even a higher coding time. Fig.
  • a user interface 400 refers to the mobile application hosted by mobile device 130 developed based on open operating systems, for example iOS and Android.
  • the applications are written based on programming interfaces, named API (Application Programming Interface).
  • API Application Programming Interface
  • One example is a video management software allows property management company to record and view live video from multiple surveillance cameras, either IP-based or analog cameras with an encoder to monitor alarms, control cameras and retrieve video recordings from an archive.
  • the video support is IP-based, and these video systems are expandable and flexible comparable to DVR-based systems, and employees in the building facilities can control and monitor the activities going on within the facilities.
  • Surveillance and security teams can use the software for live monitoring, as well as investigative and forensic purposes, using recorded footage.
  • Fig. 5 is a flow chart illustrating the key activities between base station 110, video sensor 100, mobile device 130 and mobile equipment 120.
  • video sensor 100 captures video images in the form of video data
  • said data can simultaneously be sent to base station 110 and mobile equipment 120 Due to unexpected volume of traffic in the wired and wireless networks, risks of latency can be best avoided.
  • said video data is compressed into a form that has a relatively small size for transportation. This is achieved by base station 110. After compression is completed, said data can be transferred wirelessly from base station 110 to mobile device 130.
  • mobile device 130 receives said video data, decompression can be performed before displaying said video on the display through the mobile application.
  • video sensor 100 also sends the video data to mobile equipment 120, which subsequently sends the uncompressed or unprocessed video data directly to mobile device 130, despite the higher volume data size due to the lack of data compression before transportation.

Abstract

A combination of compressed and non-compressed visual image service is provided in a mobility network. In one embodiment, the disclosed method includes establishing a first connection between a local video sensor and a base station by using a wired network and establishing a second connection between the local video sensor and a mobile equipment by using wireless technology. Furthermore, the disclosed method includes establishing a communication between the base station and a smart device by using wireless technology and a second communication between the mobile equipment and the smart device by using wireless technology before transmitting over the communication with compressed video data representing a video image that was received from the local video sensor and transmitting over the second communication with uncompressed video data representing the video image that was received from the local video sensor. Furthermore, a mobile application residing at the smart device is used to display both the compressed and uncompressed video data complementarily.

Description

SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR PROCESSING AND
TRANSMITTING IMAGE SIGNALS OVER MOBILE PHONE TELEPHONY NETWORKS
FIELD OF THE INVENTION
The present disclosure relates generally to the field of mobile device and equipment technology, and specifically, to methods for processing and transmitting image signals over mobile phone telephony networks
BACKGROUND OF THE DISCLOSED TECHNOLOGY
Wireless access networks, including mobile phone networks, are designed for providing user connectivity with the Internet or with multimedia servers. The internet is considered to be the main source of information for mobile users. There are mobile equipments to place capacity limitations of the transport network, the video is compressed in compliance with international Standards, for example MPEG-2 or MPEG-4. There are two main aspects of a compressed video image, which have adverse effects on a possible implementation: 1. Quality, the image being slightly distorted by mobile equipments to compression; 2. Latency, resulting from the relatively long time required for compression and decompression. With the upcoming technologies, mobile phone base stations will become more service oriented, some of them already providing cashing services for video streamed by the network. Adding services to base stations is perceived as an Infrastructure as a Service approach, providing additional mobile equipments for the cellular operators. Video streaming in set-top box directly output to TV replacing traditional TV broadcasting is an example of multimedia services.
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION
The present invention functions as providing a combination of compressed and non-com pressed visual service in a mobility network. The method comprises the steps of: establishing a first connection between a local video sensor and a base station by using a wired network; establishing a second connection between the local video sensor and a mobile equipment by using wireless technology;
establishing a communication between the base station and a smart device by using wireless technology; establishing a second communication between the mobile equipment and the smart device by using wireless technology; transmitting over the communication with compressed video data representing a video image that was received from the local video sensor; transmitting over the second communication with uncompressed video data representing the video image that was received from the local video sensor; and providing to a mobile application residing at the smart device with both the compressed and uncompressed video data, In one embodiment, the smart device displays video through the mobile application after processing the compressed and uncompressed video data in view of latency of the first and second connection, the first and second communication, and time of uncompressing the compressed video data. Faster throughput and less power used in cell phones, comparing with compressed content by mainstream distributors through Netflix and Let TV and the rest are ail using coding and decoding technologies to deliver ultra high resolution content to audience say TV, DVD players. The above all require content delivered in high bandwidth and requires higher accommodation of content size to meet bandwidth requirement in the wireless space as users are no longer watching content from lined connections in other words, ail focus is on wireless communication delivering content to end users that can output relatively high resolution quality videos in sufficiently good network with high quality of service is a highly commercially interested area that can be greatly interested to content providers and device providers.
In one embodiment, application can be used for providing video services in a cellular system, wherein the video image, is used by a robot or by a control element embedded in a vehicle, wherein one area of the video image is displayed on the smart device located within a vehicle.
In another embodiment, video services can be used via a cellular system, wherein the video area being displayed represents a current view of a road along which the vehicle is driving or is about to drive. In yet another embodiment, the video images can be used by a
management company to monitor activities within a property area, wherein one area of the video image is displayed on the smart device located within the property area.
in one embodiment, the video data is displayed solely based on the compressed video data, whereas in another embodiment, the video data displayed is solely based on the uncompressed video data. More, when needed, the video data can also be displayed with a combination of both the uncompressed and compressed video data. Consistent with embodiments of the present invention, the inventive method can be used in at least one of the following actions: activating an alert, controlling movement of the vehicle or sending a message or an alert to at least one third party, and wherein the video camera is used in provisioning health services.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS
FIG. 1 represents a system architecture in which the video signal source is connected to the serving base station.
FIG. 2 represents a cell phone app displays processed signals, consistent with an embodiment of the present invention. FIG 3 represents deployment of the system architecture into a management monitoring system, consistent with an embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 4 represents a cell phone app displays videos currently captured for building monitoring management, consistent with an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG 5 illustrates a flow chart describing the video transmission process, consistent with an embodiment of the present invention.
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF EMBODIMENTS OF THE DISCLOSED TECHNOLOGY
References will now be made in detail to the present exemplary
embodiments, examples of which are illustrated in the accompanying drawings. Certain examples are shown in the above-identified figures and described in detail below. In describing these examples, like or identical reference numbers are used to identify common or similar elements. The figures are not necessarily to scale and certain features and certain views of the figures may be shown exaggerated in scale or in schematic for clarity and/or conciseness.
In the following description, for the purposes of explanation, numerous specific details are set forth in order to provide a better understanding of the present invention by way of examples. It should be apparent, however, that the present invention may be practiced without these specific details. The following description uses terminology familiar to those skilled in the art of wireless cellular and no-ce!iu!ar networks. However, this fact should not be considered as restricting the applicability of the invention to these technologies, and it should be understood that the present invention also encompasses other similar technologies as well as evolving technologies.
In the following description is illustrated an architecture of a mobile system, architecture which has been modified for indicating connectivity with short-range information sources, exemplified by low-latency video streaming
The mobile application termed in this application can be used by a human, robot, a controller, or a processor/computer which may or not generate messages to a human interface (display, voice, sound, vibrations, etc.).
A first example of system architecture according to the present invention is depicted in FIG. 1 , where system architecture is used for exemplification. The system architecture shown includes a video sensor 100 communicates with base station 1 10 over a wired network, while the video sensor 100 communicates with a mobile equipment 120 through wireless technology. The wireless technology described here can include various wireless technology including WIFI, LTE, 3G, Blue tooth and other mobile equipment. Meanwhile, a wired network can include anything network with a wired connection taking place, such as Ethernet network. Base station 110 further communicates with mobile device 130 via a wireless network. Likewise, mobile equipment 120 communicates with mobile device 130 via the wireless network. When video sensor 100 captures video images in the form of video data, said data can be compressed into a different format by base station 110 before sending the video data packets through the communication channel to the mobile device 130 wirelessly. Compression technologies include H.261 , H.263, MPEG-1 , MPEG-2, MPEG-4, MPEG-7 and H.264 Various compression technologies can be used in this invention in consideration of the compression efficiency, latency, complexity and robustness. Video compression during its application needs to meet the storage and network bandwidth
requirements. Many algorithms for video compression which are designed with a different target in mind have been proposed. Various standardization are deployed in compression such as H.261 , 263 and 263+, MPEG-1 , 2, 4, 7 and H.264. Balance needs to be made on the primary objectives to achieve high compression efficiency high flexibility (bandwidth scalability) and/or low complexity, and connect mobile equipment to the conflicting nature of efficiency, flexibility and complexity, each scalable video coding scheme seeks tradeoffs on the three factors. Designers of video services need to choose an appropriate scalable video coding scheme, which meets the target efficiency and flexibility at an affordable cost and complexity. Referring to Fig. 2, a user interface 200 is shown. The mobile application hosted by mobile device 130 is developed based on open operating systems, for example IOS and Android. The applications are written based on programming interfaces, named API (Application Programming Interface). Some of these programming interfaces, as Telephony Manager in Android, allow the programmer to access radio-specific parameters, for example RSSi and cell names. In order to enable the operation of a system as described hereinabove a new functionality of the programming interfaces should preferably be provided, in accordance to person skills in the art of programming. When video data is transferred to mobile device 130, to communicate the service capabilities of an base station or a mobile equipment to other base stations or mobile equipment in the geographic area of interest, using an inter-base station communication interface, or a transparent container over a cloud to access the base stations operated by additional network operators) for the purpose of using the services provided by them; to access a database (belonging to an operator or to a number of operators) of base stations or mobile equipments providing the required services, including also the position information of the base stations and of the offered services and to make the information available to mobile equipment application developers; to provide the developer of an application with a programming interface listing the services supported by a base station or by a mobile equipment connected to the base station or alternatively with the type of external sensors supported by a base station or by a mobile equipment connected to that base station; to provide the developer of an application with a programming interface listing which external sensors are available, where are they connected and the port number or any other applicable identifier; to provide the developer of an application with a programming interface listing one or more of the following: external sensor capabilities, maximum operating range, manufacturer, power requirements, video frame format type, compression type, minimum data rate; to provide the developer of an application with a programming interface for acquiring data from the sensor; to provide the developer of an application with a programming interface allowing registering and
unregistering sensor event listeners that monitor sensor changes.
Fig. 3 is a solution to improve the driver's visibility in such places is to install a device so that the driver can see if a vehicle is approaching from the hidden part of the road. However, in many cases the image is distorted, it becomes visible to the driver too late and it is difficult to establish within a short period of time, the direction in which the vehicles are moving. Parking places as shown in road intersections which lack visibility because of parked vehicles or because of their orientation, may be a source for accidents.
Camera 301 of Fig. 3 is sourcing the low delay video image of the street to a radio transmitter in base station 110; the radio receiver in the vehicle displays the image of the street on a smart phone which is in the vehicle and belongs to a person or Is part of the vehicle accessories. Vehicle moves at an average speed while the driver of a second vehicle wishes to exit the parking place. The driver of the vehicle who cannot see the street traffic to the other vehicle which is parked in parallel, becomes aware of the danger while viewing the image received through the radio receiver and displayed on the smart phone, thereby he is able to avoid an accident with vehicle 403. In addition to the video display or instead of it, the driver can receive audio alerts on the imminent collision, alerts resulted from image
processing.
An MPEG-4 image requires certain time for video compression, which is in the order of an average of 400 milliseconds. Approximately the same time is required for decompression, resulting in a total of up to 1 second. A vehicle moving at 100 km/hour advances approximately 27m within one second (13m at 50 km/hour ), while the breaking distance of a vehicle is up to 40 m at this speed (20 m at 50 km/hour). Thus, if MPEG-4 compression is used in a mobile equipment, the smart phone would provide only the previous position of the coming vehicle (i.e. the place where the vehicle was a second ago) which may mislead the driver assessing the risk of collision. The more advanced video codec requires even a higher coding time. Fig. 4, a user interface 400 refers to the mobile application hosted by mobile device 130 developed based on open operating systems, for example iOS and Android. The applications are written based on programming interfaces, named API (Application Programming Interface). One example is a video management software allows property management company to record and view live video from multiple surveillance cameras, either IP-based or analog cameras with an encoder to monitor alarms, control cameras and retrieve video recordings from an archive. The video support is IP-based, and these video systems are expandable and flexible comparable to DVR-based systems, and employees in the building facilities can control and monitor the activities going on within the facilities. Surveillance and security teams can use the software for live monitoring, as well as investigative and forensic purposes, using recorded footage.
Fig. 5 is a flow chart illustrating the key activities between base station 110, video sensor 100, mobile device 130 and mobile equipment 120. While video sensor 100 captures video images in the form of video data, said data can simultaneously be sent to base station 110 and mobile equipment 120 Due to unexpected volume of traffic in the wired and wireless networks, risks of latency can be best avoided. On one hand, said video data is compressed into a form that has a relatively small size for transportation. This is achieved by base station 110. After compression is completed, said data can be transferred wirelessly from base station 110 to mobile device 130. When mobile device 130 receives said video data, decompression can be performed before displaying said video on the display through the mobile application. At the same time, video sensor 100 also sends the video data to mobile equipment 120, which subsequently sends the uncompressed or unprocessed video data directly to mobile device 130, despite the higher volume data size due to the lack of data compression before transportation.

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1. A method for providing video services in a cellular system, comprising:
establishing a first connection between a local video sensor and a base
station by using a wired network; establishing a second connection between the local video sensor and a
mobile equipment by using wireless technology; establishing a communication between the base station and a smart device by using wireless technology; establishing a second communication between the mobile equipment and the smart device by using wireless technology; transmitting over the communication with compressed video data
representing a video image that was received from the local video sensor; transmitting over the second communication with uncompressed video data representing the video image that was received from the local video sensor; and providing to a mobile application residing at the smart device with both the compressed and uncompressed video data, wherein the smart device displays video through the mobile application after processing the compressed and uncompressed video data in view of latency of the first and second connection, the first and second communication, and time of uncompressing the compressed video data.
2. The method of claim 1 for providing video services in a cellular system, wherein the video image, is used by a robot or by a control element embedded in a vehicle, wherein one area of the video image is displayed on the smart device located within a vehicle.
3. The method of claim 1 for providing video services in a cellular system, wherein the video area being displayed represents a current view of a road along which the vehicle is driving or is about to drive.
4. The method of claim 1 for providing video services in a cellular system, wherein control information is used in at least one of the following actions: activating an alert, controlling movement of the vehicle or sending a message or an alert to at least one third party, and wherein the video camera is used in provisioning health services
5. The method of claim 1 , wherein the wireless technology includes WIFI
technology.
6. The method of claim 1 , wherein the wireless technology includes cellular
technology.
7. The method of claim 1 , wherein the video image, is used by a management company to monitor activities within a property area, wherein one area of the video image is displayed on the smart device located within the property area.
8. The method of claim 1 , wherein the video data is displayed solely based on the compressed video data.
9. The method of claim 1 , wherein the video data is displayed solely based on the uncompressed video data.
10. The method of claim 1 , wherein the video data is displayed with a combination of both the uncompressed and compressed video data. 
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