The primary NASA applications include the enabling of low cost launch vehicles and sounding rockets. This will contribute to NASA's ability to more economically launch its small satellite experiments. Other NASA flight vehicles that can make use of this instrumentation include fixed wing, rotor wing, and lighter-than-air. Many potential Non-NASA applications of this technology exist, particularly in the aerospace industry. Specifically, there is a large backlog of CubeSats waiting for launch. The low-cost launch vehicles that WICS will enable are intended to help reduce this backlog and provide the industry with consistent, low-cost access to space. The military is also interested in low-cost, quick access to space for mission-specific CubeSats as well as for low-cost target missiles. The proposed technology is an excellent resource for these purposes. In addition to launch vehicles, wireless control technology can be used to decrease the weight and cost of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles.