Whether you’re going on a short trip or a lengthy holiday, luggage of any size can be laborious to cart around.
In what may be the most exciting invention since suitcase wheels, a US-based firm has developed hands-free luggage.
The Travelmate is a robot companion in the form of an autonomous suitcase.
It moves with you as you walk and can reach speeds of up to 6.75mph.The Travelmate is a robot suitcase that moves with you wherever you go
The sleek case can be positioned both horizontally and vertically, with an inaudible motor powerful enough to hold another bag on top of it.
Travel mate constantly adjusts to your speed, easily able to navigate through crowds and over rough terrain.
The robot can change direction when someone runs in front of it so no one gets hurt.
Its battery can charge devices through a USB port and standard electrical outlet.The sleek design comes in a range of colours and three different sizes
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San Francisco company Travelmate Robotics have developed the concept with the help of 26 team members.
They’ve launched the revolutionary design on crowdfunding site IndieGoGo, with a $100,000 (£82,000) goal to reach so they can mass produce.
They’re also taking preorders for keen buyers, with the luggage starting at $399 (£327) a piece.
The futuristic technology works with the help of a smartphone app to constantly improve its autonomous function.Travelmate can move both horizontally and vertically with the power to hold bags on top of it
A few months ago another luggage invention generated plenty of buzz on IndieGoGo.
The revolutionary concept has a set of handle bars and can travel up to eight miles per hour.
That’s three times faster than walking pace – so you’ll easily beat the other passengers to boarding if you can handle the gawking along the way.
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