The innovation would primarily appeal to NASA owned closed wind tunnels like ATP facilities including the 9x15 foot Low Speed Wind Tunnel at GRC, the 14x22 foot Subsonic Tunnel, and the National Transonic Facility at LaRC.
The innovation would also appeal to all other government, university, and private closed wind tunnel facilities around the world. Open wind tunnels would also be another application although not the primary target. Basically, any wind tunnel facility with an interest in testing acoustics would be a potential customer. Functional Beamforming has an even greater number of applications. The software can extend too many other fields including underwater acoustics, cellular telephone networks, radio astronomy, seismology, medical imaging, and any other field that relies on conventional beamforming.