CARIL allows a robot to have "action compliance" an ability to adapt its behavior to that of human astronauts around it, by using a human-like model of context. Action Compliance, the behavioral analog of physical-interaction force compliance concept, is an enabling capability. Its post-applications are to the Robonaut-2 program at Johnson Space Center, the Free-flying robot (SPHERES) program at Ames Research Center, and as an embeddable, enabling technology, to all future robotic or robotic programs or future missions requiring robots or robotic vehicles. Military Robot and Uninhabited Robot Vehicles (URV) Markets provide increased robotic autonomy and enhanced human-robotic control to military URV applications. Civil/Commercial Robot and Uninhabited Robot Vehicles (URV) Markets provide increased human-robot collaboration and adaptive behaviors to business whose future strategy relies on the use of robots and drones to optimize manufacturing, supply-chain and distribution processes.