Piezoelectric morphing actuator replaces servos in existing Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) platforms. AVID provides a control system kit, which includes; the control and electronic driver boards necessary for vehicle control with the piezoelectric actuator. This technology keeps the vehicle in the fight longer, without needing to replace servos after landing. AVID has successfully demonstrated equivalent or increased performance in flight with increased reliability over servos during an Air Force Phase 2 Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) project. The technology was then sponsored by the Air Force for an enhancement that demonstrated successful integration of the morphing flight control (MFC) actuation on a production micro-UAS. The technology garnered further funding from the Navy for its capability to withstand the marine environments. AVID has developed the morphing technology to be advantageous on folding wing canister launched systems in the 100 lb weight class, and ducted fan vertical take-off-and-landing (VTOL) unmanned aircraft vehicle (UAV) system to enhance controllability.