Links – Robot Clubs

  • IEEE Robotics and Automation Society – IEEE is the world’s largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity.
  • Seattle Robotics Society – The Seattle Robotics Society was formed in 1982 to serve those interested in learning about and building robots. We are a non-profit corporation comprised of a diverse group of professionals and amateurs, high school students and college professors, engineers and tinkerers. Our passion is the creation of cybernetic creatures that challenge the old definitions of life, intelligence, and practicality.
  • Dallas Personal Robotics Group – The Dallas Personal Robotics Group (DPRG), founded in June of 1984, is one of the nation’s oldest special interest groups dedicated to the development and use of personal robotics.
  • Robotics Society of Southern California – RSSC is an experimental robotics association formed in 1989 that meets once a month on the second Saturday of the month at California State University Long Beach.
  • HomeBrew Robotics Club – The HomeBrew Robotics Club was resurrected from the ashes of the original HomeBrew Computer Club by a group of enthusiast who were interested in the emerging field of robotics. They meet at the Google Campus in the Bay Area.
  • Riverside Robotics Society – The Riverside Robotics Society is a group that promotes robotics in every way. Our monthly meetings will include classes on robotics, tips and pointers, contests, show and tell.
  • Sierra College Robotics Club – The Sierra College mechatronics department hosts the Robotics Club for students that are interested in designing and building actual working robots.
  • Sierra College Robotics Club (FaceBook) – The FaceBook page for Sierra College Robotics Club. The club’s mission is to teach robotics, working together on design and fabrication skills, providing hands on experiences. Competing in robot competition as a team.