This sensor will increase the success of NASA operations such as: ? Mars Landed Exploration ? Exploration of Moons (ALHAT, Jupiter Icy Moons) ? Asteroid and Comet Rendezvous and Sample Return ? ISS Rendezvous and Docking ? Space Situational Awareness ? Rock Abundance and Distribution Maps ? Topographical Mapping ? Rover Mobility and Navigation NASA Langley Research Center has procured and flown two of ASC's existing FLVC systems for evaluation of this technology for use on the ALHAT program. NASA JPL is evaluating the systems for use in Planetary EDL applications. SpaceX Corporation has flown an ASC system on TS-127, and is preparing a DragonEye for use on a SpaceX launch. ASC is pursuing many non-NASA applications including: Automotive collision avoidance, helicopter landing in brown out conditions, mid-air refueling, surveillance, terrain mapping, autonomous navigation for UGVs, USVs and UAVs, smart intersection, ladar brakes, robotics, machine vision, hazard material detection and handling, underwater 3d imaging, sub nanosecond dynamic imaging, 3d sports imaging and data transmission, consumer electronics.