•  The company’s new ClearEdge3D sales & development partnership with 3D laser scanning software provider, Rithm, is advancing its concrete application offerings.
  •  The new real-time concrete FFL application comes under Topcon’s approach to use precise positioning technology to modernize its core concrete applications.

Topcon Positioning Group (Topcon), a renowned precision measurement & workflow solutions provider, has reportedly announced the launch of its new workflow bundle that is specifically designed to modernize its concrete FFL (Floor, Flatness & Levelness) applications.

Reports cite, the company’s new ClearEdge3D sales & development partnership with leading 3D laser scanning software provider for construction QA/QC, Rithm, is advancing its concrete application offerings through a new software & hardware bundle option.

According to a press release by Topcon, the partnership falls under the company’s ongoing comprehensive approach that aims to modernize the core concrete applications like concrete screed, quality control and layout with the help of the latest capabilities provided by the precise positioning technology.

The implementation of Rithm on dry and wet concrete scanning projects is designed to facilitate the opportunity to conduct FFL analysis directly from the scan data that is loaded onto the Autodesk Navisworks software, allowing operators to seek out floor levelness and flatness mistakes almost in real-time. The Rithm data allows project teams to visualize low & high areas with deviation & elevation contour maps & heat maps with relative ease.

The Director of Product Management at Topcon, Alok Srivastava stated that by combining the new software with the company’s GLS-2000 scanner, contractors could improve their respective QA workflows to reduce the cost of floor profiling by conducting in-house FFL analysis real-time. Srivastava further added, with the Navisworks integration, Rithm offers contractors detailed & fast ASTM E1155-compliant FFL reports with the analysis of streamlined floor levelness and flatness, thus increasing productivity by cutting down on scanning analysis waiting time.

According to reports, the financials related to the announcement have not been unveiled by the company yet.