The attributes of the CIC that will make it an attractive alternative to state-of-the-art ignition and thruster systems for NASA commercial applications also apply to non-NASA launch vehicle and satellite providers. Successful completion of Phase II and a potential NASA use of the CIC technology will virtually assure adoption by non-NASA launch and satellite providers on future systems. Near term, we also see a potential market for the CIC as a laboratory scale combustor to support advanced propellant, propulsion, sensor, and health management related technology development. Our CIC technology will compete effectively with more conventional spark, pyrophoric liquid, and laser ignition systems, because it uses less complex hardware and electronic systems, operates over a broader range of temperature, pressure, and mixture ratios commensurate with deep-throttling engine requirements. In addition, a catalytic igniter system is virtually maintenance-free. The primary NASA applications for the CIC technology will be ignition systems for future booster or in-space engines and low cost, reliable thrusters on future launch vehicles and spacecraft.