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Capabilities of Hololens2 API for network field engineer
I'm working for a company which involved in the development of solutions for telecommunications company.
And we are interested in Hololens2 for our network field engineers in Data Center.
I've reviewed API documentation, but didn't find particular information for our purposes.
So, I need to understand API's capabilities for the next purposes:
1. Get data from remote server and mark (display on screen) particular rack's device as AR label (status, text, warning, alert etc.)
2. Remember and save data to a remote server
3. Real-time updating device information between Hololens2 and remote server
4. Assistance in navigation around DC(data center) basing on inventory data and respective markers in DC
5. Recognition of devices in Rack based on QR codes/markers and enrichment of on-screen information with device data store in inventory
6. Scanning of QR/Bar codes to serialize devices/assets
7. Operator interaction with information on device (details, status change)
8. Creation of photos/3D images of racks/devices and their upload to the backed server
Could somebody tell me if Hololens2 API provides such capabilities?
If I've mistaken with the channel, tell me an appropriate channel for my questions.
Thank you all!