We’re very fortunate in that we can use the same tools and a lot of the same experiences in virtually any industries from manufacturing, industrial design, automotive, aerospace, medical device makers, and then, of course, all the cultural heritage stuff that we do that revolves around conservation and replication.
With the car industry, they too, have been able to benefit significantly from scanning. And in the old days, a car maker had to think, generally four to five years out when designing a car from start to finish. And it’s very difficult to predict correctly what the public’s going to want. And with the advent of scanning, they can now go from concept to having an actual car on the floor ready to drive away in about 18 months, it has sped up the production process that much.