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11/07/2018 As with any piece of luggage nowadays, it is important to have a robust and durable performance and the ForwardX Ovis AI Powered Follow Suitcase certainly doesn#t disappoint in this department.
It is waterproof and uses carbon fibre on the wheel edges to provide that extra level of protection and aesthetic appeal.
The world#s first suitcase designed to follow you wherever you go, hands-free, hassle-free, and always at your side.
Ovis comes packed with some serious tech that enables it to automatically roll alongside you as you walk, freeing up your hands for more important #, 07/01/2019 ForwardX is not just building luggage , she said.
It’s building a technology platform that encompasses computer vision, AI to plan routes and avoid obstacles, and control mechanisms.
08/06/2018 Today, ForwardX Robotics is introducing a solution to one of my travel problems.
Their Ovis self-driving luggage follows you around.
It#s TSA carry on sized and passes all smart- luggage bans, so no worries of being forced to switch suitcases last minute.
You don#t even need to look at it.
The ForwardX CX-1 suitcase followed me around CES 2018.
Meet the ForwardX CX-1, a self-propelled suitcase that will tag along behind you through airports and hotels, and doesn’t even want a tip.
All Airlines Friendly | Auto Follow | World’s Top Manufacturer | Charge On-The- | Check out ‘Ovis: 1st AI-Powered Suitcase Following by Side’ on Indiegogo.
ForwardX Robotics has invented luggage that follows you around thanks to sensors, motors, and a battery.
The manufacturer is one of several companies that received funding this week.
Self-Driving Luggage Just Followed Me Around at CES 2018 By Mark Spoonauer 08 January 2018 The CX-1 from ForwardX Robotics uses recognition and obstacle avoidance to