Implementation of Safety management broadcasting system for IoT based in IP PBX

IP PBX기반 안전관리 IoT 방송 시스템 구현

  • Kim, Sam-Taek (School of Information Technology Convergence, Woosong University)
  • Received : 2019.06.10
  • Accepted : 2019.08.20
  • Published : 2019.08.28


Currently, with the success of 5G commercialization, a server system that integrates various Internet public safety services should be developed. In this paper, we developed a public safety integrated server, which is an IoT platform connecting IoT device and IoT gateway based on IP PBX. This server is based on embedded OS and various IoT services are executed in one system and call processing / broadcasting server function that processes emergency call and emergency broadcasting in public places is built in. This system collects IoT sensor data and emergency bell information and automatically sends out emergency alarms, emergency evacuation broadcasts, etc. at an accident site in an emergency situation, and transmits the daily information to the upper IoT service server, Provide public safety management services.


IoT;Public safety management;Emergency broadcasting;SIP;IP PBX


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