Latest Cat Trials video released

By Lewis Tyler26 May 2022

Caterpillar has released the latest video in its Cat Trials series: No Hands. In the short clip, former US soccer player DaMarcus Beasley is seen taking on an obstacle course that features autonomous machines from its product line.

The Cat 794 AC autonomous mining truck and the Cat 299 D3 semi-autonomous compact track loader both feature, with a host of other machinery from Cat also on show.

The Cat Trials have been produced to highlight how the usage of semi-autonomous and autonomous machines can make maneuvering equipment through obstacles easier. The latest release is the 12th installment.

Best Cat Trials

Cat Trial 1: Jenga®

The first in the series featured several Cat machines battling to win in a classic game of Jenga®.

Cat Trial 3: China Shop

Perhaps the most daring challenge, China Shop saw a Cat 301.7 CR Mini Excavator operate around expensive Chinaware.

Cat Trial 6: Driving Range

Two professional professional golf players navigate a course consisting of five Cat machines—a 772G, 775G and 793F Off-Highway Truck, 982M Wheel Loader and CT660 On-Highway Truck.

Cat Trial 7: Tug of War

Actor and one of the worlds strongest men Hafthor “Thor” Bjornsson takes on the Cat D10T Dozer in a game of tug of war.

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