Raden makes luggage, airports a breeze with suitcase technology
NEW YORK CITY — Raden, an innovative technology for travelers, charges your phone, gives you details about TSA wait lines, and alerts you via Bluetooth when your bag is coming down the carousel, CNN Money reported.
Founder and CEO Josh Udashkin, 32, realized there was a need for Raden while at the airport. There are startups improving on everything from eyewear (Warby Parker) to speakers (Sonos) — why not luggage?
Udashkin said his goal was to create an “empathic” luggage brand — one that is chic, practical and accounts for our tech-centered lives.
Photo courtesy of Raden
Source: CNN Money