The proposed effort has significant range of applications across various NASA multi-disciplinary engineering centers that are in charge of System Design where Resilience is an integral part of the System Design process. Quantifying SHM/FM in terms of standard and recognized metrics has been proven in practice in the Space Launch System (SLS), managed by Marshall Space Flight Center. Now it's time to go futher and address the bigger picture which is Resilience embedded in the design. Likewise, other immediate applications of this technology will be the operations and launch facilities at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. Other strong users of include Glenn Research Center, Ames Research Center, and Jet Propulsion Laboratory. The aviation programs at ARC and at Langley Research Center are also likely long-term beneficiaries of this project.
Among other agencies, DoD, US Air Force, US Navy, and commercial aviation (e.g., SpaceX, Bieglow Space) are the most likely potential customers for the resulting technologies. In addition, smart home applications or intelligent hospital and patient-care systems can be of secondary application space. This technology would also be useful for disaster planning, e.g. Federal Emergency Management Agency, fire planning, and urban design. Applications such as Air traffic control, missile guidance system, space and range instrument radar systems, etc also will be pursed by GTC commercialization team