Two years ago, we were working with a variety of customers - bakeries, pancake houses, grocery stores. But we already know the industries that are getting a tremendous effect, and can scale. These are the automobile business (car wash chains, service stations, car centers, production), production facilities,
and logistics. They are the priority for us, because it is a question of controlling people, not machines or products.
If a company comes to us today that, for example, owns dining cars, and offers to monitor the kitchen, we will refuse. Because all of our attention is directed to where we can create and set the industry standard. That's really interesting.
A year ago we mastered the implementation of neural network video analytics in the car business
; now we have about 10% of all car centers in the country. We are projected to sign up another 50% within a year. And now we are introducing an industrial standard of neural network video analytics in logistics.
And another thing... an industrial standard cannot be expensive. It has to be affordable, and it definitely will be.