Microsoft Teams for RealWear
This article covers the Microsoft Teams client for RealWear head-mounted wearables. Frontline workers using RealWear HMT-1 and HMT-1Z1 can now collaborate with a remote expert using video calling on Teams. Through a voice-controlled user interface, Teams for RealWear allows field workers to remain 100% hands-free while maintaining situational awareness in loud and hazardous environments. By showing what they see in real-time, field workers can accelerate the time to resolve issues and reduce the risk of an expensive downtime.
How to deploy Microsoft Teams for RealWear
- RealWear devices updated to release 11.2 or above. More information here.
- Access to RealWear Foresight for distributing the Microsoft Teams client for Realwear.
Microsoft Teams licenses are part of Microsoft 365 and Office 365 subscriptions. No additional licensing is required to use Teams for RealWear. For more information about getting Teams, check out How do I get access to Microsoft Teams.
Managing RealWear devices
Microsoft Endpoint Manager
RealWear devices can be managed using Android Device Administrator mode. Support for management via Android Enterprise is limited, as the devices currently don't have Google Mobile Services (GMS) available.
- To learn more about managing RealWear devices on Microsoft Endpoint Manager, see Android device administrator enrollment in Intune.
- For more details on policies, see How to use Intune in environments without Google Mobile Services.
Third-party Enterprise Mobility Managers (EMMs)
For guidance on third-party EMMs, see Supported Enterprise Mobility Management Providers.
For further reading on this from an end-user perspective, check out Using Microsoft Teams for RealWear.