Enter SkyHub - A world-wide, public search for UAPs using a global network of machine-learning, smart cameras and sensor-arrays built by you with opensource software. The initiative, comprised of a brilliant team of academics and technology experts with former ties to various intelligence communities, is deploying monitoring stations using a unique program to scan the skies for unidentified aerial phenomena.
The UFO tracking platform, consisting of an NVIDIA Jetson Nano microcomputer, various sensors such as a GPS receiver, a Witmotion module, and an all-sky HD camera, can be sourced from Amazon and built based on the user's budget. The brains of the system, a sophisticated machine-learning algorithm, will analyze the light spectra and motion of any object of interest and determine whether the collected information is significant enough to be uploaded to SkyHub's cloud-based public database.
The ambitious open-source platform hopes to gather enough scientific data from tracking stations all over the world to create a comprehensive picture of UFO activities and capabilities that will shed some light about their possible origin and nature.
If you are interested in participating in the project, and have between $300 - $1000 to spare, the UFO sky is the limit. Learn more about how to become a modern UFO hunter by following the links below and watching Richard Dolan's interview with Dr. Bob McGwier, an active consultant and promoter of SkyHub.