Exactly. Right now we're hand-building them in Ottawa for $2,000. We're about to get mass manufacturing that will probably drop it to less than $1,000 to about $500. Again, back in the days of mainframe computers and personal computers, I remember when I used to spend $5,000 on a computer, but now of course you have your smart phone that's $100 or $200. The question is, what do you do once you have this platform?
What happened a year and a half ago was with was this company called Brookfield. You may have heard of them; they are one of the world's largest asset managers. They manage thousands of government buildings. Brookfield said to us, “You guys have made this incredible device, and we have the perfect application for you; it is Legionella testing of every government building.” I said to myself, “Right. I remember I've treated patients with legionnaires' disease.” This is basically a severe pneumonia that you get by breathing in water vapour that's contaminated by Legionella bacteria, so I said, “Right, I remember this disease, but why are you talking to us?” Then Brookfield said that the main source that infects people is cooling towers. That's part of the air conditioning system of every office building. They said that the federal government has passed...it's probably this building.