Lynguent's tools are designed to be more mainstream than simply extreme environments. Since these tools are based on hardware description languages, they are applicable to any discipline (electrical, mechanical, hydraulic) where models can be expressed in terms of differential, algebraic equations. Event-driven phenomena can be modeled and simulated (i.e., digital or analog event-driven). The mix of these disciplines is also possible (i.e., mixed-technology). So, among the non-NASA applications are any electronics-based design involving analog, digital, mixed-signal electronics as well as mixed-technology systems such as MEMS. This is an incredibly broad market spanning the transportation and semiconductor industries and military applications. The potential NASA applications include all manned and unmanned vehicles that involve electronics (COTS-based or not). The tools being developed at Lynguent will offer a consistent approach to modeling, simulation and data management, test bench development, archival of test and simulation data along with the models used for design, and specification management. The API-based approach will enable this collaborative design environment to be used for modeling and design debugging in all of the commercially available tool flows. Thus, as a 3rd party add-on tool suite, these tools will apply to electronics and mixed-technology systems that go onboard all NASA vehicles.