Robotics Clubs, societies, etc.
Based in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. Holds monthly meetings, monthly RBNO, and annual Robot Rally competition. AHRC was founded in 1981 as an offshoot of the Atlanta Computer Society. Discussion forum, photos, meeting minutes, and calendar.
An online club whose members are dedicated to building replicas of the B9 robot from the Lost in Space TV show. Building tips, links to suppliers and technical details are provided.
Yahoo! based online robotics group for robot builders located in Montana, United States.
Robotic art collective based in New York, United States. The group creates autonomous robots for parades, robot shows, and theaters. They also hold lectures and open workshops on robotics and the electronic arts.
Holds meetings on the CMU campus in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Membership is open to all CMU students. Photo gallery and project list.
Based in Peoria, Illinois, United States. Founded in 1997. CIRC holds monthly meetings and an annual competition. Meeting schedule, news, and a mailing list.
ChiBots is based in Chicago, Illinois, United States and holds monthly meetings. Founded in 2000. Meeting minutes, photos, and a group email list.
CRASH is based in Houston, Texas, United States. Founded in 1994. Holds occasional physical meetings but concentrates on virtual collaboration.
Based in Dallas, Texas, United States. Founded in 1984, the DPRG holds monthly meetings, a weekly Robot Power Lunch (RPL), a weekly Robot Builders Night Out (RBNO), and several contests each year. Robot news, technical articles, photo galleries, meeting minutes and a calendar of events.
DURC is located at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, United States. Founded in 2001. Site include projects, meetings times and minutes, member list, and photos.
Based in Tyler, Texas, United States. Unique club structure with no membership dues, officers, or bureaucracy; just robotics. Forum and meeting information.
Based in San Jose, California, United States. HBRC is the origin of the RoboBrick and holds monthly general meetings and SIG meetings. General information, meeting calendar, technical articles, and a mailing list.
Local and student chapters of IEEE RAS have been established in many US States and in 14 countries. Website includes local chapter contact list, calendar and resource lists.
Based at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, United States. The club was founded in 2001 and holds weekly meetings on campus. Membership is open to IU students.
Based in Lenox, Massachusetts, United States. Membership is open to Lenox high school students. The club provides real world experience in electronics, science, and physics principles through the construction of robots.
Privately operated group promoting educational robotics projects in Maine, United States. Projects include a FIRST LEGO League team and robotic summer camps. Also provides on-site robotics workshops for teachers.
Covers meeting times, events, news and resources. Located in Ann Arbor.
MARS holds monthly meetings in St. Louis, Missouri, United States. Website includes an online discussion forum.
NRB is based in Nashua, New Hampshire, United States and holds monthly meetings. Newsletters and meeting information.
Based in Boulder, Colorado, United States. Holds monthly meetings. Yahoo! Group site includes mailing list, photos, and calendar of events.
Based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. ORE holds monthly meetings at Algonquin College. Technical articles, project plans, and a mailing list.
PHBots is based in Port Huron, Michigan, United States. Includes a mailing list and resource links. PHBots hosts weekly Internet based chat sessions.
Based in Portland, Oregon, United States. PARTS holds monthly meetings and an annual competition. Meeting minutes, projects, technical articles, and photos.
Group for Star Wars fans who are building replicas of the R2-D2 robot from the movies. Site includes mailing list, photos, and other resources.
Based in Roanoke area of South West Virginia, United States. Group promotes robotics as a hobby, and sponsors robotics education activities, including FIRST Lego League (FLL) teams.
Based in Fullerton, California, United States. RSSC holds monthly meetings and occasional competitions. Site includes mailing list.
The San Francisco Robotics Society of America promotes free exchange of information about robotics to stimulate education in the sciences, create new businesses, and to promote the enjoyment of robotics as a hobby.
Founded in 1982, the SRS is one of the oldest and largest robotics groups in the world. Membership is open to everyone. The group holds monthly meetings and several competitions. Encoder online newsletter.
An online club open to robot hobbyists and professionals. Technical articles, tutorials, and group projects. TRCY also sponsors a Yahoo! based mailing list and weekly chats.
An online collective based in the United Kingdom. Membership is open to anyone interested in intelligent mobile robots.
TAR is based in Raleigh, North Carolina, United States. Originally a homebrew computer club founded in 1975, the group was renamed to TAR in 1987. TAR holds monthly meetings and an annual contest.
Formed in 2003. Meets in Istanbul area. Open to anyone with an interest in hobby robotics.
TCRG is based in St. Paul, Minnesota, United States and holds monthly meetings. Technical articles, member profiles, and robot photos.
UBR is based at SUNY at Buffalo, in Buffalo, New York, United States. Founded in 1998. Membership is open to University at Buffalo undergraduate students. Site include projects, photos, and meeting information.
Designing and constructing competitive robots for competition in BattleBots and other similar events.
Based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The club holds monthly meetings. Meeting calendar and mailing list.
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