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* [https://blog.resco.net/2020/05/20/preview-summer-update-2020/ Release preview] {{Badge|Blog}}
 
* [https://blog.resco.net/2020/05/20/preview-summer-update-2020/ Release preview] {{Badge|Blog}}
 
* [https://www.resco.net/news/question-scoring-ar-video-collaboration-and-streamlined-process-navigation-headline-rescos-summer-update-2020/ Official announcement]
 
* [https://www.resco.net/news/question-scoring-ar-video-collaboration-and-streamlined-process-navigation-headline-rescos-summer-update-2020/ Official announcement]
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* [https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPMCnAPD5b55UU9PtBnesj32H0mFW1xmK Release webinar] {{Badge|Webinar}}
    
== Inspections ==
 
== Inspections ==
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=== Houston: AR remote assistance video calls (beta) ===
 
=== Houston: AR remote assistance video calls (beta) ===
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Resco remote assistance [[Houston]] is a video call functionality that connects a user, usually an on-site technician or a customer, with a remote expert. Call participants can draw augmented-reality (AR) instructions within the video scene to speed up the repair process, reduce site or machine down-time, or share the knowledge in the field.
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Resco remote assistance [[Houston video calls|Houston]] is a video call functionality that connects a user, usually an on-site technician or a customer, with a remote expert. Call participants can draw augmented-reality (AR) instructions within the video scene to speed up the repair process, reduce site or machine downtime, or share the knowledge in the field.
    
With this release, the feature is available for iOS devices. If your device does not support ARKit (requires iOS 11+), you can still use it for video calls, but the recipient cannot draw into the video.
 
With this release, the feature is available for iOS devices. If your device does not support ARKit (requires iOS 11+), you can still use it for video calls, but the recipient cannot draw into the video.