About the Congressional Robotics Caucus

The Congressional Bi-Partisan Robotics Caucus
, co-chaired by Congressman Mike Doyle (PA) and Congressman Phil Gingrey (GA), was formed in 2007 to focus on key issues facing the nation's robotics industry and related emerging technology. Members of Congress will learn first hand about the use of robotics in agriculture, mining, logistics, defense, education, manufacturing and healthcare.

113th Congress, 1st Session (2013)

Rep. Mike Doyle D-PA, Co-Chair                            Rep. Phil Gingrey R-GA, Co-Chair

 

Rep. Sanford Bishop, D-GA

Rep. Joe Barton R-TX

Rep. Robert Brady, D-Pa.

Rep. Mo Brooks, R-AL

Rep. Michael Capuano D-MA

Rep. Hansen Clarke - D-MI

Rep. Susan Davis, D-CA

Rep. Mike Honda D-CA

Rep. Doug Lamborn R-CO

Rep. Robert Latta R-OH

Rep. John Lewis D-GA

Rep. Jerry McNerney D-CA

 

Rep. Jim McGovern D-MA

Rep. David McKinley, R-WV

Rep. Tim Murphy R-PA

Rep. Tim Ryan D-OH

Rep. Jan Schakowsky  D-IL  

Rep. Bill Shuster R-PA

Rep. Bennie Thompson D-MS

Rep. Glenn Thompson R-PA

Rep. John F. Tierney D-MA

Rep. Niki Tsongas D-MA

Rep. Robert Wittman R-VA

Rep. Bill Young R-FL

Joining the Caucus:

For more information about the caucus, contact Philip Murphy in Congressman Mike Doyle’s office, or Sally Larson in Congressman Phil Gingrey’s office.

Congressman Doyle at a May 21, 2009 briefing.

 

Congressman Gingrey at a May 21, 2009 briefing.

 

 

Last Updated: 20 June 2013
 

 
 

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