Aircraft designers have always tried to find the best compromise for the aircraft to be built, trying to get maximum performance at high and low airspeeds. Now with material memory components they will be able to do this. The curvature of the leading edge can change to a nice round fat area for slow speeds when Short Take Off and Landing STOL is needed and return to a fine point for the lowest coefficients of drag and optimal cruising speed, a Once in the air. But how do you know when the plane to do this alone. After all, if the wing has material memory based on the heat, then it might be hotter at lower altitudes and less than room temperature (2 degrees per thousand feet) at higher altitudes. However, when moving much faster the friction will heat up the wing, or it may be flying in a thermal inversion as the watershed of Los Angeles, where fog is maintained in the valley. (UCLA when fog clears?) using touch strip on the leading edges of wings, which are shaped memory materials with low speed, once the aircraft has accelerated, there will be more pressure on the leading edge. (We know it better stick insects in aircraft faster and more difficult to clean; When the plane travels through the air faster the air will increase static and static air, can provide power pulse to mind leading edge material to force them to shrink and become thinner.

Thus, the aircraft does not have to compromise wing shape for fast and slow flight. A JSF could land at 60 knots and still fly at 2.3 times the speed of sound. In addition, a UAV can remain lurking in the battlefield for hours after taking off from a short track or a service and then accelerating at a rapid rate and then slow down to speeds of STOL type and then the speed of distance or escape once Complete. The aircraft, which carries the burden rely on STOL capabilities and once in the air should save fuel and increase range efficiency. This system can do all this and more. Today robotics teams have touch sensors so the robots do not crush the subject they are improving, they do this by measuring the pressure on the object. We take this technology and apply it to the forefront of aircraft wings to help us improve and increase performance without compromising the ability of the aircraft for STOL True or higher air speeds (TAS). This will save fuel and increase safety. Think about it.