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AbstractThe following work focuses on the requirements for a Collaborative Augmented Reality System with the usage of Internet technologies to create new possibilities for collaborative teaching. In most learning environments, learning is imparted through seeing and hearing. In this paper, Collaborative AR Discussion and personal experience are also integrated in order to achieve a quicker transmission of study material and an increase in memory efficiency. We have analyzed the scenarios occur most frequently in service and maintenance and also the literature of Tele-Teaching. The needed requirements were derived and as a result integrated in a test system. This collaborative game simulates a web-based training and teaching environment in Collaborative AR as a new approach for teachers and trainees and describes scenarios and research perspectives for distance education and training at the same location. The game was used as a testbed to clarify the problems associated with AR and Collaborative Learning.