The Sports Simulation Company
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P1 Simulator

A fully automated 2-wheel baseball pitching machine great for training & entertainment capable of 100mph semi-automated scoring system.

Automated Pitching Machine

We’ve created two automated pitching machines – the P1 is good for entertainment and light training but if you’re serious about your baseball then the P2 is the one to go for. This is the machine our professional hitters use.

B1 Cricket Simulator

P1 Baseball Simulator

Our touch screen operated, one wheel pitching machine (the P1) is robust, high quality and suitable for junior and adult hitters alike. The pitching simulations are accurate, reliable and repeatable with variable speeds of up to 70mph. At a press of a button the machine can alter the location, speed and swing of next pitch.

B2 Cricket Simulator

P2 Baseball Simulator

Our two wheel pitching machine (the P2) is capable of 100 mph speed without compromising the durability and accuracy of the machine. Perfect for training, the simulator is built to take a beating! At a press of a button the machine can alter the location, speed and swing of next pitch.

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Simulator Features

 PORTABLE PROJECTOR SCREEN

PORTABLE PROJECTOR SCREEN

HD PROJECTOR

HD PROJECTOR

HD TOUCH SCREEN

HD TOUCH SCREEN

HD VIDEO CAMERA

HD VIDEO CAMERA

100 BALL FEEDER

100 BALL FEEDER

SOFT & HARD BALLS

SOFT & HARD BALLS

HD Video Graphics

HD Video Graphics

By working with a leading game art and design studio, we’ve created the best possible video graphic experience for the user. We also have the capability to add your favourite pitchers.

Automated Scoring System

Automated Scoring System

We’ve created a realistic, yet simple to understand scoring system that’s been developed thanks to extensive market research. By working with hitters of all ages and abilities, we’ve built a touch screen scoring system – this also allows the operator to control the location, speed and swing of next pitch.

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