Spanish invention to ease suitcase load.
Imagine you travel a lot especially through airports. Would a 'robotic' suitcase that requires no carrying ease your load? Spanish inventor Rodrigo Garcia Gonzalez has come up with this novel idea.
The suitcase uses 3 sensors that are contained within to detect bluetooth signals from the owner. It then utilises caterpillar tracks to drive the suitcase along just behind its owner.
The Madrid inventor Rodrigo Garcia Gonzalez, after winning an award in the James Dyson Awards, is now studying a Master's in Innovation, Design and Engineering in London, but plans to mature his prototype and eventually bring it to market.
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Suitcase on the move..