The software would provide automated, high-speed atmospheric correction for very wide variety of multispectral and hyperspectral sensors throughout DOD, DOE and the private sector, leading to widespread use among commercial data providers and distributors throughout the rapidly growing, multi-billion-dollar remote sensing industry. This spectral imagery is used in such applications as geological surveying, environmental assessment, precision agriculture, coastal and land management, resource mapping, change detection, search and rescue, and surveillance and reconnaissance. The software will serve both short-term and long-term needs of NASA for timely analysis of optical imagery from a wide variety of platforms, particularly satellites, which rapidly cover enormous geographic areas. These sensors include the current EO-1 instruments Hyperion and ALI and operational Landsat satellites, the planned HyspIRI mission and Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM), and MODIS on Terra and Aqua. The SensorWeb implementation will aid scientists at all NASA facilities and in data distribution programs such as SERVIR and CATHALAC. Phase II implementation of the software on the SpaceCube or Maestro testbed will support Direct Broadcast of on-board data product generation in HyspIRI.