The ultimate goal of NASA's "Ground Systems Development and Operations Program" is to attain the capability to facilitate Ground Processing for diverse types of Government and Commercial Space Vehicles. The TEAMS-based software tools resulting from this effort will significantly reduce the time and effort to process a new vehicle or to bring a new ground support system into action. The reduction arises from reduced workload in developing the diagnostic and integration testing scheme; as well as from the seamless operation of the analytic (diagnostic, prognostic, integration testing, and maintenance support) capabilities with the ground processing assets and systems of NASA. NASA's 'Human Systems Integration Program' and programs of 'Systems Engineering and Integration (SE&I) office' could be potential users of this technology. NASA centers their affiliated institutions those are engaged in developing new space assets (vehicles, rovers, satellite, habitat systems, etc.) and/or are performing upgrading of existing systems could also utilize this tool to reduce their integration testing and V&V time and cost. Among the non-NASA Govt. agencies, DoD and Air-force and Navy are the most potential customer for the resulting technologies. The software tool can significantly aid the V&V of functionality and fault tolerance testing activities for Complex Integrated military systems (systems of systems) such as NORAD, Space Command ground segments, the Joint Strike Fighter fleet, the Navy shipboard platforms, Submarine Commands and ballistic missile defense (BMD), etc. In addition, UAVs, UMGs and other unmanned submersible vehicle markets who are putting forward vehicles of newer models in a frequent manner could also be potential target for the proposed technology. In Aircraft, maritime vehicles and advanced military hardware are common example of large complex systems that are manufactured by commercial sector and require stringent V&V of functionality, integration and fault tolerance/mitigation capability testing. Thus these industries will be the primary non-Govt. commercial sector target for the resulting software tool. Additionally, automotive industries will be targeted as another potential market segment.