The product concept envisages installing the device at monitoring points as an integral part of the water system. Using radio technology to communicate with a server creates real-time transparency for the operator. Given that it is designed not only for residential use, but also for hospitals, hotels, sports facilities and public/commercial buildings, Dr. Jauss estimates that in Germany alone around twelve million test points need to be checked at intervals of between three months (hospitals) and three years (leased properties). Consequently, the project has long ceased to be a hobby for the entrepreneur. Following the proof of concept, which confirmed that his idea was both technically and economically sound, he set up BlueLab Wasseranalysesysteme GmbH in Tübingen in 2018. In April 2019, the Council of BioRegions in Germany awarded Dr. Jauss the BioRegions Innovation Prize. The panel of judges stressed the huge market potential of the process, which could well replace the existing system of testing for Legionella on agar plates with a fast, specific method. They were particularly impressed by the digital linking of biotech diagnostics.