Thanks dipayan, I’ll do what I can on that first topic. For the second question, if the software is only meant to be used once, I would think the software would be limited to begin with. I see this a lot in the automotive world, which is why there is so much room for disruption. You’ll usually find customers will pay for a subscription model for software that is a) always improving and b) connected.

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