29 Apr '16, 8pm

Puma Introduces 'Raceable Tech' With the BeatBot Pacing Robot

Introducing the BeatBot, a self-driving robot that can serve as a pacer—or a challenger—during workouts. As you can see in the video above, Puma’s innovative robot can follow a line (like on a track) at the pace you can control. Think a mechanical rabbit for humans. According to a Fast Company article , the BeatBot is only available to Puma-sponsored athletes and teams for now. But it could be a glimpse at a training tool of the future.

Full article: http://running.competitor.com/2016/04/video/puma-introduc...

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