IHI provides various products based on mechatronics and sensing technologies. IHI 3D Laser radar is applied to Railway level crossing obstacle detection system. It has achieved over 2,000 units supply record over the world and been exploring for other sensing business fields. IHI also supplies X-ray visual inspection system for large size cargo container, for which IHI is the domestic market leader. We have ample track record for airports and seaports custom check including small and midsized X-ray inspection system.
3D Laser Radar
3D laser radar
3D laser radar detects the location and movement of every object in real-time independent of light and weather, even at night and in bad weather.
Many 3D laser radars were introduced as level crossing obstacle detection systems over the world.
In addition, application to various fields is possible such as object recognition by the robotic eye in poor environments, invasion monitoring of important institutions and soundness diagnosis of structural objects.
X-ray Inspection Systems
Large X-ray inspection system
This inspection device conducts horizontal and vertical X-ray inspections on container cargos as part of imported / exported cargo customs examination. This device can conduct high-penetration, high-resolution imaging tests and capable of identifying object materials.
Medium and small X-ray inspection system
IHI provides various types of X-ray inspection devices such as devices that can vary X-ray output in accordance with examined objects or devices capable of identifying object materials.
Digital video recorder “FineREC®”
Oil Leak Monitors
Oil leak monitor
A high-performance oil detector adopting an optical fiber in its sensor.
Oil particles which adhere to the sensor are detected by the fastest for 12 seconds.
There is also a floating type available for use on water.
Vibration Control Systems and Seismic Isolation Floor Systems
Vibration control systems
Vibration control systems are installed on high-rise buildings, the main towers of suspension or cable-stayed bridges to reduce vibratory motion caused by wind and post-earthquake tremors. The use of linear motors helps boost power and speed to fit in next-generation super high-rise buildings where long-period ground motion will be generated.
Seismic isolation floor systems
Seismic isolation floor systems are installed in computer rooms, etc., to minimize damage caused by massive earthquakes.
The 3D sliding-type seismic isolation floor systems are capable of absorbing both horizontal and vertical seismic vibration, and will remain to fulfill function, even when epicentral earthquake occurs.
Disaster Prevention Equipment
External System Control Seismometer S401-PSC
The External System Control Seismometer measures earthquakes as close as possible to the devices being controlled and responds swiftly in order to reduce the degree of damage caused by the earthquake.
Seismic Intensity Meter S100
Seismic Intensity Meter S100 detects the first break (P wave) that arrives when an earthquake occurs, thereby providing an advance warning prior to the main wave (S wave) which creates strong shaking that arrives afterwards.
QCAST Receiver S704-FCP1
The S704 QCAST receiver receives Earthquake Early Warnings and, based on that information, calculates (estimates) the seismic intensity and time until the main wave (S wave) of that earthquake arrives at the location where the device is installed. It also displays this information on its monitor.
QCAST Receiving Unit S740-P
The S740 QCAST series receives Earthquake Early Warnings and calculates and displays the estimated seismic intensity and time until the main wave arrives before strong shaking occurs.
Disaster-Prevention Processing System S723-DIS
Information relating to the weather and disasters announced by the Japan Meteorological Agency is received directly through a landline and displayed on a map. This information can also be forwarded to a designated web server and shared through an intranet.
Landslide Alert Facility
Landslide Alert facilities use a wireless telemeter to closely monitor the rainfall situation in mountains and gorges, swiftly convey landslide emergency information to the local government in charge of disaster-prevention in the region at risk.
Seismic Information Network System
A system which collects seismic information generated by seismic intensity meters installed by municipalities through a communication network in real-time. This information can be displayed, printed and distributed to the Fire and Disaster Management Agency, The Japan Meteorological Agency and so forth.