Potential NASA Commercial Applications: CVS is the first extensive spaceflight validation for piezocomposite actuator materials. CVS will establish operational limits, determine long-duration space environmental exposure trends, and evaluate thermal compensation options for the piezocomposite materials needed to control large-scale precision space structures. Piezocomposite material applications include active control of composite reflectors, large sunshields, external occulters, large solar arrays for solar electric propulsion and other active structures. Examples include structures like the OCT Lightweight Materials and Structures long-duration deployables. Maintaining the shape of large, high-precision reflectors will be quite difficult; active reflectors that adjust their shape in situ will be cheaper and lighter. Other structures of interest include lightweight deployable hatches for manned inflatable structures. Additionally, an active, mission-capable SHM system has applications like crew safety, ISS utilization, deep-space missions, vehicle mass reduction, and Mars exploration. CVS is directly responsive to Topic S2.02, which calls for technologies that enable deploying large aperture telescopes at low cost.