Most of the applications for NASA apply here as well. Once packaged, these algorithms will provide a powerful tool to spacecraft designers and will be easy to implement and test. IST-Rolla strives to make all commercial products as user friendly, and applicable in as many cases as possible. Furthermore, these set of algorithms along with the EKF, the unscented Kalman filter will be made into a tool box that can be sold to educational organizations for teaching courses on estimation and orbit determination. The algorithms provided by IST-Rolla, the theta-D, CBF and neural network estimator, will be set up so that the end user can provide the current estimate and the measurements, then the filter will adjust to those measurements and provide an estimate. This will be packaged into a C code, and an attempt will be made to create a filtering toolbox for MATLAB as well. These steps will allow the end user to apply and adapt these filters and with the analysis provided by IST-Rolla in Phase I and Phase II, the user will know exactly what to expect from the algorithms. The accuracy and efficiency will be a valuable asset to NASA's repertoire of orbit determination technologies.