The Ovis Suitcase from ForwardX Robotics is a bit more on the practical side of things and falls into my “I wish I had this before I left for CES” category.
The Consumer Electronics Show 2019 floor opens on Tuesday morning, but CNBC’s Todd Haselton got a glimpse of what’s coming at a preview event named CES Unveiled on Sunday evening.
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The suitcase that follows you like a puppy has been a long-running CES fantasy. This one, from a company called ForwardX, looks the closest to actually delivering.
Scheduled to roll out sometime this year, crowd-funded Ovis by ForwardX is a battery-operated rolling suitcase.
That could change soon with the ForwardX Ovis, which we were quite impressed with at CES this year.
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The Ovis Suitcase on display at the ForwardX booth. The suitcase will automatically follows the user at their side as they walk.
How cool is that? A Chinese company named Forward X brought the "self-driving" CX-1 suitcases to the Sunday CES Unveiled gathering, a sneak peek at new products that will be displayed beginning Tuesday when the trade show floors officially open.
Meet the ForwardX CX-1, a self-propelled suitcase that will tag along behind you through airports and hotels, and doesn't even what a tip.
"Artificial intelligence" appears to be the buzz phrase at this year's CES tech trade show in Las Vegas. Rory Cellan-Jones saw a suitcase that follows its owner among other gadgets that are boasting machine learning smarts.
CES 2018 brought with it a deluge of smart appliances, larger-than-life screens, and a bevy of notable tech that will begin rolling out throughout the course of the year. (Suit)case in point? The recently unveiled ForwardXCX-1, an autonomous piece of luggage that’s designed to follow you around as you make your way from point A to B, and everywhere in between……
The annual trade show CES (Consumer Electronics Show) is a deluge of smart appliances, many of which do things totally unnecessary--case in point, the talking A.I.-powered toilet--but there are some products that legitimately excite the masses and prove to be of real-world use……
Walking around our office, with a suitcase rolling itself by my side, I attracted a few shocked looks, as if colleagues' internal monologues simply read "WHOA!" That bag was a pre-production model of Ovis, a $399 (available for pre-order now on Indiegogo) smart suitcase that is actually pretty smart……
ForwardX is making a smart suitcase that uses a self-driving algorithm and AI to follow you around using gestures and voice commands……
“It’s a sight-follow suitcase,” ForwardX COO Yaxin Guan told VentureBeat in an interview. “You don’t need to pull it — it just auto follows you.” Guan said that it generally stays next to you, but when there’s an obstacle it can automatically move behind you so that it avoids obstacles using “the same strategy as you do, and once it passes an obstacle it will come back ……
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