When we lived overseas, I used to bring it on our trips home for my son. I had a car seat travel bag by Eddie Bauer and I could put the aerobed in the car seat and both in the bag and zip it up. If you went to the bother of folding it flat, you could probably get it in a traditional rectangle suitcase, but it would have to be at least a 26inch suitcase (I think). The motor is not large, no bigger than a football - so it is mostly in how you fold the rest of it.
I'm sorry that I did not take the time to see who the made this product but I can tell you that "we are very happy with this product as we have two of them for our grandsons." We love the ease at which they are inflated and later stored. They were well worth the investment. I do hope this helps you in making your decision.
I rarely need to add air to it when it's set up. I don't use it every day, but we put it in our room on weekends for my 4 year old son to have a "sleepover" in our room and sometimes it stays blown up for several weeks at a time. As you can imagine at that age, he can't resist hopping on whenever he walks by, or he sits on it and plays or watches tv and still I don't need to add any air to it before the next time he sleeps on it. I find the quality very good. Hope that helps.