It is a solid state cooled enclosure that houses two ADS-B receivers. It has automatic temperature control and remote access. 48, 24 and 5v power. Just for fun.
From my own experiments, I can tell you that unless the device is located in Antarctica, the combination of the RTL-SDR, and the CHIP, in a small enclosure, will probably not work without serious cooling. The RTL tuning above 1000MHz is very sensitive to temperature and simply won't receive well. The CHIP is a problem in itself. Runs very hot.
An enclosure that has integrated cooling channels and forced air built in to direct outside airflow over the two main components and out of the box would possibly work.
Baffling, these RTL dongles. They run waaaay hotter than an equivalent receiver one step up. An SDRPlay RSP is relatively cool to the touch at full blast, but costs over $100. You get what you pay for, I guess. The CHIP computer is ridiculously hot for the performance point.
I ran a RPi B + SDR dongle, LNA, and POE converter 24/7 in a minimally vented outside enclosure through winter spring and summer and they were fine.