NASA would benefit from the Virtual Control Room Compressor Station (VCoR-CS) capability to meet its knowledge capture and ubiquitous training requirements. As budget constraints continue, meeting the needs of a diverse and reduced workforce, as well as capturing expert knowledge for capability sustainment, is critical to NASA mission needs and projects. A virtual control room capability provides an engaging and effective virtual, procedural training tool that also acts as an updateable knowledge repository. This ubiquitous training technology is especially applicable to NASA high air compressor and wind tunnel research facilities as well as all other facilities that require complex Standard Operating Procedures. MYMIC's initial commercialization strategy would begin with Langley Research Center facilities and expand out to include the other three Aeronautical Test Program (ATP) Research Centers. The virtual control room training capability has wide-market applicability beyond NASA. As an agile, ubiquitous training technology and knowledge capture tool, VCoR provides similar non-NASA markets with an effective and efficient solution to meet their reduced workforce and capability sustainment needs. There are wind tunnel and air compressor facilities that are not operated by NASA, which would provide a primary target market for Non-NASA commercialization. Moving beyond air compressor and wind tunnel facilities, the VCoR-CS technology has applicability to a wide variety of markets as a virtual, procedural training and knowledge capture tool. Facilities and organizations, such as those in the manufacturing industry, that require staff to understand complex procedural training in order to operate safely within a high-technology environment would greatly benefit from a VCoR training tool. MYMIC will further explore these markets to develop an optimum strategy to successfully commercialize the VCoR-CS training technology and tool.