These sensor improvements will increase the success of NASA operations such as: ¬ø Mars Landed Exploration ¬ø Exploration of Moons (ALHAT, Jupiter Icy Moons) ¬ø Asteroid and Comet Rendezvous and Sample Return ¬ø ISS Rendezvous and Docking ¬ø Space Situational Awareness ¬ø Rock Abundance and Distribution Maps ¬ø Topographical Mapping ¬ø Rover Mobility and Navigation NASA Langley Research Center has purchased three of ASC's existing 3DFL camera systems for performing laboratory, field, and airborne test and evaluation of this technology for use on the ALHAT program. The system has been deployed for EDL helicopter experiments and has shown excellent results. NASA LaRC has supported an effort to produce high density arrays for increased area coverage for the ALHAT mission by funding ASC under a NASA NRA. Under a LaRC sponsored SBIR ASC has developed unit cells and ROICs that show a 3-10 times increase in sensitivity. ASC currently sells and has customers for a very competitively priced ISS Rendezvous and Docking sensor, the DragonEye. Collision avoidance to save pedestrians and prevent vehicle damage, Helicopter landing in BrownOut conditions, Mid-Air Refueling, Surveillance, Terrain Mapping, Autonomous Navigation for UGVs, unmanned surface vehicles (USVs) and UAV, Smart intersection, Ladar brakes, Robotics, Machine Vision, Hazard Material Detection and Handling, Underwater 3D Imaging, Sub Nanosecond Dynamic Imaging, 3D Sports Imaging and data transmission, consumer electronics. The applications continue to develop.