It'd be wondrous if someone actually built a bike that could position itself automatically when unmanned, but until that day arrives, we'll have to make do with videos that probably took a couple of hundred takes to perfect.
Even though it does end up parked perfect against the wall, it's not the smoothest of manoeuvres. The bike looks like it takes a nasty tumble as it transfers from grass to concrete and I'd be interested to know if it was still in working order by the end of its journey.
Now, if only you could do it 100 per cent of the time? That's probably asking a bit much.