No one wants to ever lose their luggage, but what if you have luggage that won't lose you?
This is the CX1, it's a piece of self-driving luggage that has camera sensors on it to follow you.
Follow you wherever you go.
This carry on luggage is made by a company called ForwardX Robotics.
I took it for a spin and it did a pretty good job of following me wherever I went.
So this is what the luggage is seeing with it's camera.
It has self driving technology to be able to track the owner wherever he or she may go.
[SOUND] But if you go out of range out of the camera, it can still find you with the help of a connected wristband.
Now, it's smart enough to use facial recognition, so it shouldn't start following someone else, I hope.
It has four-wheel drive with a max speed of seven miles an hour.
This is only an early demo but the company plans to launch this luggage sometime in the year.
The company isn't ready yet to share details on pricing but if you're interested in having some baggage that you just can't escape, well stay tuned for more details.
I'm Bridget Carey for CNET, reporting from CES 2018.
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