The Department of Defense geospatial intelligence programs, including the ongoing Global War on Terror (GWOT) are targets for transition and commercialization of the proposed SSWE technology. Utilization of ontologies and intelligent agents will enable semantic discovery, querying and extraction of web-enabled sensor data. Since much of this technology is equally applicable to Google Earth (as it is to COAST), many mapping related applications will benefit. Many different kinds of sensor data can be "semantically mashedup" using this technology to create new capabilities for geospatial mapping and navigation devices and applications. The first direct application of the proposed SSWE system is the enhancement of NASA's COAST geobrowser. We provide two methods through which this can be accomplished. We expect that this technology will eventually be integrated in some form with the COAST browser. Thus, all existing and emerging NASA programs, projects, and applications that currently use the COAST geobrowser are candidates for technology transition of SSWE. The earth science applied research program at SSC and related programs at ARC and JPL are candidates for technology transition and commercialization. Semantic web decision support applications built on top of the COAST geobrowser have a variety of NASA-related commercial applications.