Release of Building Structure Diagnosis System


iXs Co., Ltd. (Co-CEOs: Fuminori Yamasaki and Takashi Karino; “iXs”) is pleased to announce the release of the “Building Structure Diagnosis System for indoor and outdoor use without GNSS” (hereinafter referred to as “the System”). The System is designed to support soundness assessment operations for buildings and structures.

  • Features of the System
    • Quick diagnosis of building/structure conditions with the use of a cloud-based system.
    • Possible to observe secular changes of building structures as damage is saved together with positional information.
    • Quantitative diagnosis is possible through automatic extraction of damage by utilizing AI.
    • Applicable for both indoor and outdoor use as GNSS is not required.
  • Applicable use cases
    • When a tenant moves out of a rental property such as condominium or tenant building, the repair cost can be calculated based on the damage compared to the original condition at the time the tenant moved in.
    • Changes over time of facilities can be observed by photographing and accumulating images of pre-designated locations during periodic inspections at plants, factories, etc.
    • To manage the daily progress status at facilities under construction, the completed work locations can be photographed and saved.
    • Real-time destruction assessment for earthquake insurance payment can be made in response to the problem of delays in payment of the insurance claims due to the long time required to determine whether the building suffers a total, half, or partial loss in the event of a large-scale disaster.

iXs will continue to contribute to solving social issues that infrastructure faces, including aging facilities and a decrease in the number of skilled workers, by widely promoting its inspection robots and data analysis services for social and industrial infrastructure.


  • Product images

Image 1

Screen with damage automatically extracted by AI from the photographed screen.


Image 2

Screen for making and printing a report.



Image 3               

Screen displaying the shooting locations.