New UAP tracking app may revolutionize ufology
Enigma Labs is introducing a revolutionary UAP tracking app, encouraging users to open up about potential extraterrestrial encounters with ease.
Dispelling the negative connotations associated with UAP sightings, one company is committed to making reporting alien encounters easier and more accessible for everyone.
As reported by Wired Magazine, the pioneering tech firm has developed an app to transform UFO sightings into actionable data.
Enigma Labs, a tech startup based in Brooklyn, New York has developed an incredible mobile application that allows individuals to easily report any Unidentified Aerial Phenomena sightings globally.
Mark Douglas, the Chief Operating Officer of a New York-based company said. “At our core, we’re a data science company. We’re building the first data and community platform exclusively dedicated to the study of unidentified anomalous phenomena.
The company is not content with simply ingesting huge amounts of data – they strive to apply their specialized models in order to single out what isn’t an Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon (UAP), such as determining whether lightning or a nearby aircraft.
Douglas said, “highly credible military pilots, trained observers with corroboration from multiple sensors, and then at the opposite end of spectrum … a single witness who maybe had a few drinks too many and saw a point of light in the sky,”.
“The core issue to studying this has been a data problem: ‘What is credible, what is not, who is credible, who is not?’” he argues. “What we’re trying to do is bring a level of standardization and rigor to that.”
By data mining UFO sightings, perhaps we can unlock the ability to anticipate upcoming appearances in our skies.
You can visit the ENIGMA LABS website to download the iso version.