Any part of a roof with structural damage that could cause water leakage that has not been repaired (either temporarily or permanently).
◾️ Structural damage caused by catastrophic events (such as storms)
◾️ Structural damage caused by long term degradation to the point of failure.
◾️ Roofs under active construction.
◾️ Temporarily repaired structural damage.
◾️ Other forms of roof degradation that are unlikely to leak in the event of normal rainfall (ponding, rusting, discolouration).
◾️ Damaged roof where the building underneath has been fully destroyed (a structurally damaged roof is attached to a building structure).
Structural damage is most useful to assess buildings after a catastrophic event - however it can also detect buildings that are run down to the point of no longer being habitable. The expectation is that a roof with structural damage must be urgently repaired in order to keep the building habitable.
|Product-specific Terms and Conditions|
Layer specifications (Offline Vector)
|Attribute Name||Data Type||Attribute Data Type (Example)||Comments|
|Description||varchar||Building||Name of the layer|
|SurveyDate||varchar||2020-12-03||ISO8601 format (YYYY-MM-DD)|
|Confidence||double||0.994140625||0-1 Probability Distribution|
Used in AI Pack
Roof Condition/Structurally Damaged Roof