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So, they want to get 1000 units installed by the end of 2021.
at 1 scan per day @ 20/scan, thats 3m/yr, but at 5/day @ $30/scan (their suggested cost), now we're at 39m.

at 12k units installed (they want 15k by 2024!)...
at 1 scan per day @$20/scan, thats 37m/yr, but at 5/day @ $30/scan, now we're at 468m.

I think 200m by 2024 might be achievable **IF** this works. I'm concerned it might be vaporware as their website is really short on details. I wonder if the radiology community sees that this might be giving them possibly alot of work upfront, but I suspect that Nanox has plans for AI reads long term and eventually will outsource alot of their scans as part of the package. I wouldnt be surprised if a small but vocal portion of radiologists will see this as a potential pathway to having some of their workload outsourced and fight against it / happily point out its shortcomings.

FWIW, $200m at 35x P/S is 7b and this is currently at 1.5b... but really expect slow sales and a bumpy ride early.
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