Many applications exist for the technology including but not limited to the following:
Communication systems that have no time delay, for interplanetary use.
Windows and doors that have no tangible material and are controlled just by magnetic field strength.
Systems like the ships of today that can float above the sea, where the weight of the cargo is irrelevant.
Pneumatic machines that will dig and bore holes without a drill head.
Fork lifts without limitation of weight or height for building skyscrapers.
Flying craft that do not need landing strips, as the systems using these reactors always hover and lift vertically. Small airports with no noise problem.
Buildings that can resist earthquakes without damage to their foundations or structure, as they can be built on a levitated floor separated by a few millimeters from the ground beneath, using the antigravity effect of the reactor.
Refrigeration and cooling systems
Colonization systems for outer space, where the system will create gravity, current, heating, oxygen and a protective atmosphere, all in one integrated system.
New types of spherical satellites for communication.