As some of you might know, OpenSky is expanding its scope and we are working on collecting VHF voice recordings. We are doing the work as a part of ATCO2 project (www.atco2.org/
As mostly with feeding data to OpenSky, setting up a receiver is really simple. We have built a web service to assist you with it - instructions are available here: atco.opensky-network.org/
Please note that we are still in the development phase and the current storage capacity is rather limited. But soon enough we expect to fix the issue and everyone will be welcomed to start feeding.
As mentioned, we are still in the development phase and many of the user features are not implemented yet. Just to give a taste of what lies ahead:
Obviously you will have full access to data that you have provided to us.
Access to Automatic Speech Recognition platform to automatically transcribe recordings fed by you. The service is provided by www.spokendata.com/atco2 (BTW, you can already access it and help the project by annotating some recordings there).
Some useful statistics about your recordings, such as amount of data you’ve shared with the us, the signal-to-noise ratio,
… well, our imagination is the limitation here. If there are some features that you would love to see, please comment below and will do our best to get it implemented.