The Aerial Canopy Sensor Delivery System (ACSDS) has been developed to meet the requirement of deep penetration and rapid, covert emplacement of persistent sensors and communications devices. The ACSDS allows deployment of small expendable packages (approx 4" diameter, up to 12" length, 3 pound payload), especially in areas that are otherwise impossible to reach or present unacceptable risk to the warfighter. Tests of the photovoltaic power generation, and rotochute air deceleration design have been accomplished. System power meets the design goal for average energy over a week. Flight tests show that the system is capable of controlled descent from a moving aircraft.