Taiwan Bridge Management System (T-BMS) is currently used by bridge management agencies in Taiwan. The inventory of T-BMS consists of more than 25 thousand bridges that need to be inspected periodically. A DER&U evaluation methodology is incorporated in the T-BMS that evaluates degree of deterioration, extent, and relevancy to safety of various components of a bridge. This paper describes an Automated Visual-Aid System (AVAS) running on tablet personal computers for facilitating correctness and easiness of the bridge inspection. AVAS provides photos and exhibits of deteriorations of concrete bridges that help an inspector to make proper DER&U evaluations. The inspection results can also be automatically uploaded to the T-BMS database by connecting the tablet PC to any PC connected to Internet.