The more I consider it, the more I like their decision to install the technology with institutional users.
Years ago a friend of mine was asked to train on a cutting-edge 3-D survey and plotting software by the local state division of the D.O.T. 20 years later and every civil engineer must have AutoCad training as part of their degree.
Some products change an industry by virtue of a technological leap forward. The MIT-1000 represents just such a leap, and currently the USDA has the product in-house.
I look forward to a strong and steady acceptance of this technology as a new standard in accuracy, economy and efficiency in an industry that sorely needs new tools for the onset of food-borne pathogens affecting consumers.