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New “Baby Jogger” Mobile Sensor Platform for Field Applications

Torrance, California, USA, September 23, 2002 — A mobile field platform for mounting various imaging and spectroscopic instruments for use in field measurements was released by OKSI. The “Baby Jogger” uses 20” wheels and allows for an easy access into rows of plants. Applications include plant physiology studies, ground truthing for remote sensing application, and other precision farming activities.

The platform folds and fits in the back of a van. Unfolding and assembly is done in about 15 minutes. The platform has a shelf for a computer and an adjustable jib arm for raising and lowering the sensor. The jib arm height above the ground is adjustable and maximum height depends on the sensor weight. The wheel spacing is adjustable to fit between rows of various crops and planting practices.

For additional information or a sample copy, contact:

Nahum Gat, Ph.D.
Opto-Knowledge Systems, Inc. (OKSI)
(310) 371-4445 ext. 237
(310) 796-9300
E-Mail: info @,

The "Baby Jogger" is a unique mobile field platform for mounting various imaging and spectroscopic instruments to be used in a wide variety of field measurement applications.

OKSI specializes in the development of turn-key electro-optical sensor systems covering the UV, VNIR, SWIR, MWIR, and LWIR. Primarily, OKSI develops systems that combine imaging and spectroscopy, including the mechanical assembly (high vacuum dewars for cryogenic operations), electronics, optics, computer interface and signal acquisition, algorithms for signal and data processing. We excel in R&D projects where off-the-shelf solutions are unavailable. 



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For More Information Contact:

Opto-Knowledge Systems, Inc.
4030 Spencer Street, Suite 108
Tel: 1-310-371-4445
FAX: 1-310-796-9300
E-Mail: info @


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