CyberWorx was tasked by the ACC Chief Scientist to partner with the CSEL radio joint program office to re-imagine the CSEL radio. CyberWorx recruited users from across the services and communities using this tool. The PIA recruited a diverse group from industries, including advocates from the special needs community and the textile industry. The impact of these diverse perspectives on program office personnel was game-changing. The program office had never considered embedding transistors in a flight suit and potentially making the flight suit a node/beacon that activates after an ejection, or how downed airmen activate a signal if they are paralyzed. These injects prompted new thinking about what the next generation CSEL radio might be.