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Australian Robotics and Automation Association
[New South Wales, Australia]

The Australian Robotics and Automation Association Inc. is a professional society in Australia and New Zealand that is concerned with robotics research.

The ARAA (formerly the Australian Robot Association Inc.) is a professional society in Australia…

The CAA Robotics Society (Shenyang University)
[Liaoning Province, China]

The mission of the CAA Robotics Society is to develop the state-of-art robotic and automation technologies to advance the scientific research and national modernization, and help produce elite technical individuals as well, and thereby, to contribute…


RoboCluster is a national innovation network that brings together the Danish competences and expertise within robotics, automation and intelligent mechanical systems.

The network consists of research and educational institutions specializing…

The Centre of Expertise Programme (OSKE)

The Centre of Expertise Programme (OSKE)

The program is realized by 13 national expertise clusters, each consisting of 4 to 7 regional centers of expertise. The expertise clusters are networks and cooperation forums for the centres of expertise…

Cap Digital (Robotics)

The Club of the Partners and Cap Digital with respect to the robot-like plan

Legitimized by the news, or the identification of strong trends, the Thematic Groups are ad-hoc clusters, and often cross, attached to propose a collaborative work…


French Federation of service robotics, SYROBO gathers busines players, educational institutions, research laboratories ... to actively disseminate information on the emerging field of Service robotics and increase the visibility of Service robotics…

Cluster Mechatronik & Automation

The Cluster Mechatronics & Automation Association is a platform and forum for the definition and implementation of policies that serve the progress of mechatronics and related fields. Through active communication between science and industry, to…

Cluster of Excellence Cognition for Technical Systems

CoTeSys investigates cognition for technical systems such as vehicles, robots, and factories. Cognitive technical systems are equipped with artificial sensors and actuators, integrated and embedded into physical systems, and act in a physical world.…

Distretto Meccatronica

Metadistretto Mechatronics is not simply the sum of different disciplines, but rather an evolution of mechanics that incorporates today, the potential of information technology, electronics and new materials to create products and systems, “smart”,…

Sicilia Meccatronica
[Sicily, Italy]

The manufacturing district of Mechatronics is mostly represented by the province of Palermo, which owns about 63% of the companies, and includes companies belonging to the main provinces of the region: Caltanissetta, Trapani, Catania, Agrigento, Ragusa.

Information and Robot Technology Research Initiative

The IRT research initiative aims at contributing to solution of social subjects, such as low birthrate and aging society, by technology research and social science research.

By getting a researcher with variegated technical knowledge to participate,…

Information Robot Technology, IRT Cluster, Greater Nagoya

Fukuda Laboratory, Nagoya University

Japan Robot Association (JARA)

The Japan Robot Association was formed in March 1971 as the Industrial Robot Conversation, a voluntary organization.

The present name was adopted in June 1994 in order to accommodate non-industrial robots such as ‘personal robots.’


Robotdalen is a Swedish robotics initiative enabling commercial success of new ideas and research within robotics and automation. We focus mainly on solutions for the industry, heavy autonomous vehicles and technology for independent life.


Swiss National Centre of Competence in Research (NCCR) Robotics
[Vaud , Switzerland]

Swiss Centre of Competence in Research (NCCR) Robotics is a nationwide centre consisting of 19 research groups across four Swiss academic institutions (EPFL, ETH Zurich, University of Zurich and Dalle Molle Institute for Artificial…

European Laboratory Robotics Interest Group (ELRIG)
[United Kingdom]

European Laboratory Robotics Interest Group (ELRIG) is a not-for-profit special interest group focused o­n the use of automation, robotics and instrumentation in the laboratory and also on the wider applications of laboratory automation.


AUVSI Silicon Valley Cluster
[California, United States of America]

The Silicon Valley Chapter of AUVSI is a member-directed organization that serves the greater Silicon Valley area and provides volunteer opportunities, open forums, interaction with industry and organizations, and events centered around the unmanned…

Boulder is for Robots
[Colorado, United States of America]

Robotics hasn’t kept its promises for the last 50 years, Boulder has all it takes to finally deliver!

Come join a growing group of engineers, hackers, researchers, artists, and entrepreneurs with a passion for robotics and robot technologies.…

Colorado Robotics Association
[Colorado, United States of America]

We’re 79 Roboticists

The Colorado Robotics Association brings together researchers, engineers, and scientists from industry, academia, and commercial institutions fostering growth and an awareness of the robotics industry in Colorado. …

CUVR (The Cluster for Unmanned Vehicles and Robotics)
[PA, United States of America]

The Cluster for Unmanned Vehicles and Robotics (CUVR) is a grass-roots, member-driven, economic development organization (EDO) focusing on the unmanned vehicles and robotics markets.

CUVR supports all forms of locomotion including ground, air…

LA Robotics Club
[California, United States of America]

LA Robotics Club is an organization that promotes the experimentation with electronics, provides a forum for discussion and sharing information, and gives its members a community to participate in and learn about the field of robotics and machine technology.…

Laboratory Robotics Interest Group (LRIG)
[NJ, United States of America]

We are a rapidly growing special interest group focused on laboratory automation.

Our membership consists of over 12,000 scientists and engineers. We have Bay Area California, Chesapeake (Maryland, Virginia, Washington D.C., and Delaware),…

Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council
[Massachusetts, United States of America]

The Mass Technology Leadership Council (MassTLC) is the region’s leading technology association and the premier network for tech executives, entrepreneurs, investors and policy leaders. MassTLC’s purpose is to accelerate innovation by connecting…

Michigan Automotive-Robotics Cluster
[Michigan, United States of America]

Welcome to the Groupsite for MI Automotive-Robotics Cluster.

Groupsites are a new class of websites that empower people to come together and make things happen. Groupsites are powered by and combine the most useful features of…

Robot Launchpad
[California, United States of America]

We are passionate about growing robotics, start up by start up. We’re building a robot start-up community, one that bridges robotics with the start up world, the business world, the mobile & internet world, the design world and the creative communities.…

Robotics Alley
[Minnesota, United States of America]

Who we are: The leading companies, organizations, universities, and individuals working together through Robotics Alley are involved in some of the world’s most innovative and promising robotics projects. Together, we are transforming industries…

Robotics Cluster (atdc) at Georgia Tech
[Georgia, United States of America]

The Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC) is a start up accelerator that helps technology entrepreneurs in Georgia launch and build successful companies.

Headquartered in Atlanta’s Technology Square, ATDC serves as the hub for technology…

Robotics Cluster (Atlanta) at Georgia Tech
[Georgia, United States of America]

Outreach for Cluster Group at Georgia Tech through Robots and Intelligent Machines (RIM@GTTech)

For RIM@GT Tech robotics necessitates multidisciplinary research. Our faculty and staff are engaged in cross-campus partnerships that significantly…

Robotics Innovation LLC
[Minnesota, United States of America]

Global Robotics Innovation Park or GRIP looks and feels like a cross between a small college campus and a fast-growing high-tech start-up—a thriving, productive, creative community of individuals and teams working on important and exciting robotics…

Robotics Technology Consortium
[Michigan, United States of America]

Welcome to the Robotics Technology Consortium Website

Over 200 corporations, universities, and non-profit organizations involved in the robotics industry have come together to participate in RTC.Robotics is a national competitiveness issue.

Silicon Valley Robotics
[United States of America]

Silicon Valley Robotics promotes the innovation and commercialization of robotics technologies. We are a newly formed non-profit business association (501c6).

We are also one of the largest, most exciting robotics clusters in the world and we…

Southwestern PA Robotics Cluster
[Pennsylvania, United States of America]

Innovation Works is the Ben Franklin Technology Partner of Southwestern PA and is supported by the Department of Community and Economic Development.

Innovation Works plays a vital role in Southwestern PA’s technology economy. We invest…

Twin Cities Robotics
[Minnesota, United States of America]

Twin Cities Robotics Group meets at the Minnesota Science Museum the third Thursday of each month. It is free and open to everyone.

We are a loose affiliation of people interested in robots, located in the Twin Cities metro area. We now have…

Twin Cities Robotics Meetup
[Minnesota, United States of America]

The Twin Cities Robotics Meetup brings together roboticists, hackers, entrepreneurs, hobbyists, engineers, professionals, funders, and enthusiasts in the Twin Cities area to meet and discuss robotic technology, cool robot trends, new start-ups, and…

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