The national baseball academy in Toulouse, France has received a new tool for their daily work. Thanks to CREPS, a government organization in France, they were able to order the Probatter PX2, the first time this simulator got delivered to Europe. Description from the company website:
The ProBatter PX2 Baseball Video Simulator is the premier video pitching simulator in the world for baseball. Operated by a touch screen controller and containing a video front of an actual pitcher, it delivers Major League quality pitches thrown to multiple positions both within and outside the strike zone at speeds between 60 and 100 MPH. It throws virtually any pitch that a pitcher can throw, including rising fastballs, sinkers, cutters, split finger fastballs, curves, sliders and changeups which permit a hitter to simulate game-like conditions in a batting cage. The simulator can be manually operated or programmed to deliver a specific pre-selected sequence of pitches.