Another interesting IOT vertical we mentioned earlier is health care, or health and wellness. And in this vertical, again, we're going to see some tabular information that we're not going to dig down into in every one of these boxes. We're going to touch across them. So the use cases, again, for health care and wellness, monitoring remote health care, possibly with assisted surgery, I'm not signing up to be the first one for that. But then information mediation as well is certainly useful. What are the opportunities to the comm service provider or the carrier that exists out there? Again, real-time video. You think about TelePresence or an augmented reality. For remote health care is that today, it's not unusual that, if you have a health care plan of some type, you can actually interact via video conference with a nurse or a nurse practitioner, or maybe with a physician, or even a physician's assistant in some of these cases. So that you don't have to go you know to an office visit if it's-- I've got a really funny rash. I was out working in the yard, and I'd like to talk to somebody about that. And they could call in a prescription and say, look, this is most likely what you picked up. So those types of things are certainly opportunities for the network. The massive monitoring sensing that may come into place, both for health and wellness, this is going to be a more critical aspect than describing, hey, I've got this funny-looking abrasion on my arm that I want somebody look at. But rather, if we've got a cardiac patient who has had some sort of health care monitoring system in their home, that this critical information comes into play. And then we've got the possibility for real-time command and control of devices themselves. And again, I think that's a little bit further out. But certainly, if we open the aperture and think about the things that are possible, it's in the realm of those things that are possible. So again, we could look down the functionality itself. So we're going to see various platforms and network connectivity requirements, the device and equipment. And then some of the health facilities and some of those examples that come into play in this table, and in the devices as they drive requirements into the network and who those players are in these bits of functionality. So just like when we talked about transportation and logistics, and we've got particularly use case attributes laid out here for the real time or the TelePresence type of activity, the massive sensor. And then obviously the real-time command and control. And then what those elements are from the description standpoint, so we understand what they are, where they come into play. What's a potential technology that's in there? So it's certainly possible that we could do things from a monitoring standpoint of a particular device through the 4G network, not necessarily requiring the functionality of the 5G. But when we look at it the actual TelePresence type functionality, or robotic control of some type of surgical device, those are going to require the bandwidth and capacity that we see inside the 5G network. Obviously, we've got reliability issues for some of those that are more critical than others and end-to-end latency that are driving those considerations. So again, we're not going to read through each and every one of these elements on the slide. I encourage you to take a look at it. Positioning standpoint-- probably not as dense as we saw from a transportation standpoint in this area. And if we're talking about geolocation, probably not as critical that we know exactly what the location of those devices are.