Successful development of the proposed embedded fiber optic wing shape sensing technology will support the mission directives of several of NASA's Fundamental Aeronautics Program (FAP) by adding key sensing capabilities for advanced on-the-ground and in-flight research as well as feedback information for aeroservoelastic systems. By enhancing static and dynamic wing performance, the use of distributed shape sensing systems in will enhance the performance and efficiency of next-generation commercial aircraft, such as those based on Boeing's Truss-Braced Wing technology Luna Innovations has proven track record of commercializing technology developed under the SBIR / STTR program, and has developed strong relationships with many of the DOD's prime contractors including Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, and Boeing. Cutting-edge unmanned aerial vehicles, such as Boeing's Phantom Eye High-Altitude Long Endurance (HALE) AUV, represent a rapidly increasing market for in-flight aeroelastic measurement and feedback technologies. Because of their large, lightweight wings and unpredictable high altitude operating environment, HALE AUVs have a pressing need for accurate, reliable wing shape measurement and control. Luna's embedded shape measurement system could provide vital information during design and testing, and in-flight operation to ensure optimal vehicle performance and help prevent excessive wing warp or vibration.