Product Development Technologies (PDT) is proud to announce their partnership with the team at Modobag, makers of the motorized, rideable carry-on luggage, as they reached their Indiegogo crowdfunding goal of $50,000 in less than 48 hours!
Modobag sought PDT’s expertise in bringing their functional prototype concept to a production-ready design. PDT’s design and engineering team refined the design for ease of manufacturing, and simplified the assembly process. The result is a product ready for large-scale production that will save Modobag thousands in manufacturing and assembly costs.
“The Modobag team put a lot of thought and effort into this product,” said Steve Fragassi, Mechanical Engineer at PDT. “Modobag is a great design that is going to change the way we travel.”
Modobag combines the convenience of a standard suitcase with the innovation of personal transportability, GPRS-GSM tracking, and dual USB charging ports to create the world’s only motorized, smart and connected carry-on that gets you to your destination three times faster than the average walking speed.
Modobag is a revolutionary new concept in luggage that is changing the way the world travels. It is the world's first smart, motorized, rideable carry-on combining form, function and fun to get travelers and their belongings to their destination three times faster than walking. For more information on Modobag visit www.modobag.com.
Product Development Technologies (PDT) is a global, full-service product development firm with 120 employees worldwide. Founded in 1995, PDT has grown to become one of the largest product development firms in the country. Team members have expertise in a wide range of product development disciplines, including design research, industrial design, user experience development, rapid prototyping, materials science, mechanical and electrical engineering, software development, strategy, scouting, and sourcing. PDT's award winning product designs have been recognized with more than 100 awards from authorities such as BusinessWeek, Fast Company, the Industrial Designers Society of America and The Consumer Electronics Association. For more information, please go to www.pdt.com.