The proposed radiation hardened nanobridge based resistive memory is critical for electronics in space. They can be fashioned into non-volatile memory, which would allow greater data density than hard drives with access times potentially similar to DRAM (Dynamic Random Access Memory). A broad band of applications of the proposed devices also include analog circuits, neuromorphic computing, programmable logic and signal processing. NanoSonic's research in the nanobridge based resistive device field has shown promise in producing NVM devices of low power consumption, high density and high performance. The Non-NASA applications of our devices may include non-volatile memory, analog circuits, programmable logic, signal processing, neural networks, and control systems. There are also significant opportunities at the low end of the market, in devices such as RFID, smart cards, and flexible electronics. Here the prime criterion is cost while the minimum requirements must be met, relating to access time, retention time and endurance. NanoSonic would first target of the market of NVM, analog circuits, neuromorphic computing systems and flexible electronics, and then pursue the high density data storage market when the technology is ready.