Sky Hub is an open source citizen science project, there is no product being sold. The trackers are built by members of the community following the guidance of the Sky Hub team, using Sky Hub's open source tracker software and off the shelf devices. All data is freely available for research.
With the current specified hardware, a Sky Hub tracker would cost approximately $300-800 US to build. Your cost would vary based on where you purchase, sales, shipping, etc. The cost is highly dependent on the camera and sensors you chose to deploy with your tracker.
Sky Hub will require a lot of cloud storage for hosting the event data we're studying. As this is a completely volunteer built effort, if you'd like to contribute on that front, we welcome donations via our Patreon.
Sky Hub supports a fully modern, public search for the data signatures of UAPs in our skies by developing open source software (under the MIT License) that drives a global network of machine-learning, smart cameras and sensor-arrays—designed by Sky Hub, and built by the individual participants. Given the low-cost & the capability of today’s consumer grade technology, the rapid growth and evolution of machine-learning for streamlining the analysis of large data sets, the increasing affordability of AI-ready hardware, there has never been a better time to assemble a network of smart sensors to capture these objects’ digital signatures. We are creating a crowd-sourced network of smart Trackers that will each recognize with “Edge Processing” whether an anomalous event has occurred. Each Tracker will automatically upload the anomalous data to the Sky Hub Cloud, where it will be recorded and kept in a publicly accessible database that Sky Hub will host. Sky Hub has determined that this data—like all data concerning the public good—should be made and kept Public and as such the digital database will be free to use under the Creative Commons License BY-NC-SA (Attribution - Non Commercial – Share Alike) which allows anyone to remix, adapt, and build upon Sky Hub's work non-commercially.
See Also: Why we wanted a project like Sky Hub
We created Sky Hub with the ultimate goal of building and hosting a worldwide, digital UAP database that anyone can access and use under a Creative Commons License using our opensource software created by us and offered to the public under the MIT license.
The best way to propose features is to open a gitlab ticket and make a feature proposal via a new issue. Be prepared to provide detail on the idea, the what/why - have a look at existing items to see examples of proposed changes.
This can be calculated with the bounding box coordinates that are generated when tracking an object.