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: Proposed name: Sterling's HFAAY Scale (How Far Along Are You)

by Congress:Founder:Sterling D. Allan

Pure Energy Systems News

June 6, 2015

Using the following scale, how far along is your product(s) / technology(ies)? Feel free to use a decimal point to indicate gradations between scale numbers. e.g. "4.5" would be a good answer if you have three built and are working on a fourth.

10 - Mass Production: More than 10,000 built and in operation

9 - Large-Scale Production: More than 1000 built and in operation

8 - Solid Production: More than 100 made and in operation

7 - Form Factor Decided: More than 50 made and in operation

6 - Late Beta: More than 25 made and in operation

5 - Early Beta: More than 5 made and in operation

4 - Pre-Beta: At least two solid prototypes have been built and are operational

3 - Early Engineering: One solid prototype built and operational

2 - Early R&D: One proof of concept prototype built that can be demonstrated

1 - Still an idea on paper, but our engineers say it should work

0 - Just had this great idea

We welcome your input on this scale in the comments below.

Related

Idea-to-Market - by the former New Energy Systems Trust, which I founded. The above is a simplified version of this.

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In the News

(The hyperlink is missing because this points to the present page)
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Latest: There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] - A scale from 1 to 10, with 1 being "Still an idea on paper, but our engineers say it should work" and 10 being: "Mass Production: More than 10,000 built and in operation" with the midpoint, 5, being: "Early Beta: More than 5 made and in operation." Input welcome. (PESWiki June 6, 2015)

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