Enigma Labs is launching an unidentified aerospace phenomena (UAP) sightings platform for the aviation community and military personnel to coordinate and provide access to information. The private technology company is seeking to build an empirical network of UAP sightings for aviators and researchers.
The platform allows users to submit incident reports using a pseudonym and includes fields for describing the shape, quantity, witness count, any present radar data, distance, and size of the object.
“Enigma Labs is committed to maintaining data transparency and privacy for the people using our platform. We recognize the courage necessary to come forward and report an anomalous event,” said Enigma Labs founder Alex Smith. “There has historically been some stigma around this topic, but the tide has dramatically turned towards productive and open dialogue over the last few years.”
The platform is accessible by way of a mobile app that is in beta testing. Pilots wanting access to the app can sign up at the company’s website. Enigma Labs plans to expand the app to a wider audience later.