Sky Hub – the new do-it-yourself crowd-sourced project that aims to scour the sky across the globe looking for UFO/UAP phenomenon.
We've all thought it. Wouldn't it be nice to have a camera permanently pointed toward the sky, constantly recording and looking for UFO/UAPs? Let's take it a step further. Wouldn't it be nice to have a worldwide network of skyward-pointed devices, scouring the sky for UFOs, collecting, analyzing, and storing data and sharing it in a publicly-accessible database of sightings? That's precisely what Sky Hub intends to achieve - and we think they've got a really good chance of pulling this off. The Sky Hub project aims to coordinate a global network of smart sensor technologies that will upload unusual phenomena spotted in the sky to a unified (cloud-based) database. Data is then processed by artificial intelligence (AI) software to tease out anomalies that look like