As NASA and the FAA continue development of the NextGen Airspace program through 2025, the need to safely integrate UASs into the NAS will only grow. As such, NASA's Airspace Systems Program could be a key customer of the proposed technology. One possible application would be integrating the technology into a NASA simulation environment such as the Future ATM Concept Evaluation Tool (FACET). The developed techniques use functional models and are thus are agnostic to specific trajectory predictions techniques. Thus they could assist traffic controllers in assessing potential conflicts in the strategic collision avoidance timeline. Ultra Electronics Ultra-Electronics Advanced Tactical Systems offers the Advanced Fusion and Tracking System (AFTS). The US Army's Tactical Airspace Integration System (TAIS) already uses Ultra's AFTS product for airspace management. Numerica's technology could be a plug-in for AFTS trajectory estimation and prediction modules, as well as Ultra's TacView user interface to help operators mitigate airspace conflicts. US Military UAS Given the interest in developing UAS platforms, there is significant need for reliable trajectory prediction. One development activity is the MQ-8B Fire Scout Vertical Take-Off and Landing Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (VTUAV). Another ongoing Navy development program is for the Broad Area Maritime Surveillance (BAMS) platform.