The proposed passively powered and programmable sensor-RFID device may apply to many commercial applications: 1) Medical RFID, 2) In-vehicle network the device could be used to network drive train electronic control units and communication systems for body electronics, 3) Aircraft and aerospace electronics the device could be a backbone network in aircrafts for flight state sensors, navigation systems and research PCs driving displays installed in the cockpit, 4) Home control the device could be sensor centric for Internet-based home utility control. This application would create a new service from the Internet Service provider, 5) Energy management for cost saving the device is an idea platform to integrate various sensors for energy management to save cost, 6) Security (intruder detection), 7) Safety (sensing), 8) Utility remote meter reading, 9) Building automation systems real-time monitoring and control of security and surveillance systems, alarms, HVAC, 10) Manufacturing and distribution industrial automation using RFID. Ground testing of propulsion systems is a critical requirement to enable NASA's New Vision for space exploration. The proposed power harvesting technology for sensor and RFID applications will enable a cost effective remote testing and health monitoring through shared sensor networks. Mobitrum anticipates the following applications that NASA will benefit from the proposed technology: 1) Data analysis, processing, and visualization for Earth science observations, 2) Rocket engine test, 3) Remote test facility management, 3) Field communications device for spatial data input, manipulation and distribution, 4) Sensor, measurement, and field verification applications, 5) RFID for identification and tracking, 6) Condition-aware applications, 7) Location-aware applications, 8) Biometric identification applications, 9) Data collaboration and distribution applications, 10) Wireless instrumentation for robotic manipulation and positioning for audio and visual capture, and real-time multimedia representation.