We are busy developing different electronics and software for the gaming industry. One of the things that we built was a backend system for a slot machine because we need a lot of interfacing and a lot of communication with different hardware. That’s where Qt helped us quite a lot. We didn’t just create a backend but a backend combined with a small frontend for programming bill acceptors and ticket printers. This is a big time benefit, because everything used to be done by a computer, and now we made a small device based on a Raspberry Pi, so totally different platform than the slot machine. The time gain was from something like five minutes to less than a minute to program a bill acceptor. Because each time, each year, new bills come out. And in the Netherlands alone, there are around 7000 bill acceptors that need to be updated yearly. So, we have a big time bonus by using our casino engineering tool kit and Qt made it very easy for us to develop. We use different platforms, like an Athlon AMD processor or a Cortex and we find that with Qt, we can very easily do cross-platform programming. And that’s a very big plus for us.