Aerius has uncovered multiple significant commercial and military markets for the application of the developed technology. Aerius is under contract to develop a low cost, monolithic 3-D FLASH ladar ROIC, with integrated silicon avalanche photo diodes (APDs), for humanitarian applications to assist blind people with obstacle avoidance. An additional large commercial market for this technology is the automotive market for anti-breaking and collision avoidance. Aerius is under contract to develop a 3-D FLASH ROIC for use in laser vibrometer systems to detect improvised explosive devices for military applications. This can also be applied to remote sensing of soldier vital signs. The technology also has commercial and military application in the detection of suicide bombers in the field, at air ports, and in public places. The developed FPA can be utilized in a number of instruments for the Europa-Jupiter System Mission including the near-IR imaging spectrometer, and the high resolution, wide angle camera (HRC). It can also be used for 3-D terrain mapping of the moon. The developed ROIC can also be used in flash lidar applications for a lunar lander (imaging for hazard avoidance during the terminal landing phase), and a rover operating during the lunar night in one of the permanently dark polar craters (looking for the ice), where optical (passive) cameras could not operate. Also lidar gives a 3D terrain map that can be used for autonomous navigation (not awaiting joy-stick instructions from Earth operators). Flash focal plane arrays are beginning to find wide application in lidars for rendezvous and docking, planetary landers, topographic mapping, and forest imaging.