In car marketing, one has me worried and I hope you can opt out of that, that's the last thing you want. Already distracted enough right, you're driving along. Hey, pull over and get whatever coming up at the next exit. It's annoying. Okay. Again, more opportunities for embedded systems. Yes? So there's a high occupancy lane on the freeway that you are allowed to drive on, without any extra cost, if it is three people or more traveling in your car. But, then, there's nobody checking how many people are actually there in your car. So how does that work? Do I know how that works? Yes. No, I've been curious about that. I've been thinking about contacting someone at the Department of Transportation, and find out exactly how that works because it would be interesting to know the answer to that question. I've also wondered how do they, when you watch the Denver news stations in the morning, they showed traffic flow rates, and I don't know if there's sensors embedded in the road, that is being used or if it's optical technology, with Department of Transportation cameras, looking at, you know how it works? Some of those use Waze. So, Waze gives some news outlets like that access to their information. So, the only reason I know that is, because I've watched the news, and they say, "And this is powered by Waze," and then they show the traffic. Yes. So, another business opportunity for Waze, right, for them to leverage their interconnected technology, and sell that information to news stations, right? Another sideways move for them expanded business opportunities. I'm not sure, how the occupancy vehicle works. It might be, well, let's brainstorm about it. Well how could it work? Cameras? I know they have cameras. [inaudible] But it's sitting at the back and it was a [inaudible]. Kind of infrared sensors, pick up individual body thermal signatures, or they have some employees watching the camera feeds going, "Was there two people in there or three? You find," I don't know. They're easily going somewhere around 70-80 miles, so I'm not sure, Visual Technology would work very well with that speed. That is an excellent question. If you've figure it out before the end of the semester. Will you'll let me know? Because that's been something I've been curious about for a while. Yes. Sorry, I'm not able to answer your question.