Floor Flatness/Floor Levelness

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Floor Flatness/Floor Levelness

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Hello everyone,
I am looking for a point cloud software (or add ons) that can provide TR34 floor analysis from my point cloud. I know just about Faro BuildIT but found it very cumbersome to use and does not really provide very nice graphical representation of the analysis. I found many others like from Leica but they usually use the ASTM1155 standard analysis used in US and not the TR34 we use in the UK.

Does anyone know about other software that is capable of this analysis?

Thank you.
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https://knowledge.faro.com/Software/Bui ... nstruction
I would consider overlaying with a regular heatmap for better reporting. BuildIT will do way more than they necessarily advertise, but the reporting functionality is the weakest spot. I've developed quite a few interesting tricks to make actual engineering-grade deliverables (i.e. reports that clients are comfortable paying you money for), instead of the automatically generated ones which are generally garbage.
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bloom cloud engine does a pretty good job for us
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