The bipartisan Congressional Robotics Caucus was formed in 2007 to focus on key issues facing the nation’s robotics industry and related emerging technology. Members of Congress investigate the uses and highlight the potential of robotics in agriculture, mining, logistics, defense, education, manufacturing, and healthcare.

116th Congress, 1st Session (2019)

  • Rep. Rob Woodall R-GA

  • Rep. Mike Doyle D-PA

Rep. Sanford Bishop, D-GA
Rep. Mo Brooks, R-AL
Rep. Susan Brooks, R-IN
Rep. Susan Davis, D-CA
Rep. Peter DeFazio, D-OR
Rep. Derek Kilmer, D-WA
Rep. Doug Lamborn R-CO
Rep. James R. Langevin R-RI
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 Ryan D-OH
Rep. Jan Schakowsky D-IL
Rep. Haley Stevens D-MI
Rep. Bennie Thompson D-MS
Rep. Glenn Thompson R-PA


Joining the Caucus

For more information about the caucus, contact Laney Copeland in Congressman Rob Woodall’s office or Philip Murphy in Congressman Mike Doyle’s office.