Maybe I could give a little bit of context. We're focused on the 5G space, which, as you know, is new technology being deployed across the world now for wireless, bringing speeds and capacities and coverage that we haven't seen prior. We've been using that as an anchor point for work with the University of British Columbia, Communitech down in southwestern Ontario, and a number of other universities. It's very similar to what you just described, as a place to bring real-world problems and to have university and research capability.
Frankly, some campus locations provide a nice little hotbed to test the capability of these types of services—at UBC, for example, for things like autonomous vehicles and sensor and IoT tracking. That's one way we've done it in a handful of locations across the country.