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An incredible two-wheeled and fully autonomous robot is capable of climbing up flights of stairs and can drive along at speeds of up to 7.5 miles per hour.
The 'Ascento Pro' is the brainchild of Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zürich (ETH Zürich) spin-off firm Ascento Robotics, building on their previous designs.
The cute robot — which looks like the wheeled baby of an AT-ST Walker from Star Wars — could find applications in inspection, surveillance and 'last mile' delivery.
It is unclear how much the robot might retail for commercially — and when — with MailOnline having reached out to Ascento Robotics to enquire.
'Ascento Robotics is developing a modular, self-balancing mobile robot that combines both the versatility of legs and the speed of wheels,' the developers explained on their website.
The little robot's core design features a pair of articulated legs ending with motorised independently-operating, bicycle-style wheels.