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Artificial Intelligence FAQ: Newsgroups and Mailing Lists 2/6 [Monthly posting]
Section - [2-35] Robotics

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Robot Controller Boards:

   robot-board@oberon.com

   The purpose of the Robot Board mailing list is to discuss robot
   controller boards, and robot control in general.  In particular, this
   list will be used to support the Miniboard 2.0 and 6.270 board design
   by Fred Martin and Randy Sargent of MIT.  However, any and all traffic
   related to robot controllers is welcome.

   All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems,
   questions, etc., should be sent to robot-board-request@oberon.com.
   You can also use ListServ to be added to or removed (send a message
   with "help" in the body to listserv@oberon.com for more information).

IS Robotics Robots:

   isrug@cs.umd.edu

   Users' mailing list for those using or interested in the IS Robotics
   Robots.  This list is read by members of the company, but is primarily
   intended for users wishing to contact each other.  

   All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems,
   questions, etc., should be sent to isrug-requests@cs.umd.edu.

Hero Robots:
   hero-owners@smcvax.smcvt.edu

   Hero-owners is a mailing list for owners of HERO robots. 

   To subscribe to the list, send mail to
      Hero-owners-request@smcvax.smcvt.edu
   with
      Subscribe Hero-owners
   in the message body.

   Questions or problems should be directed to Dave Goodwin
   <Goodwin@smcvax.smcvt.edu>.

SPIE INFO-ROBO:
   info-robo@mom.spie.org

   INFO-ROBO is a mailing list from the International Society for
   Optical Engineering (SPIE). Membership in SPIE is not required
   to join the list.

   To subscribe, send an e-mail message to
      info-optolink-request@mom.spie.org
   with the line
      subscribe info-robo
   in the message body.

   For an up-to-date list of SPIE listserver groups
   at any time, send the word LISTS to the same address.

Autonomous Vehicle - Mine Counter Measure:
   av-mcm@stl.nps.navy.mil

   The AV-MCM list is for discussion of the use of autonomous vehicles
   and associated work packages and control concepts in the tasks of mine
   (or hazardous materials) clearance on land, in the sea, or from the
   air and space.

   To subscribe to the list send a message to
      av-mcm-request@stl.nps.navy.mil
   without a subject line and
      subscribe av-mcm your-email-address
   in the message body. For information on mail archives, type 
      help
   instead.

   To talk to a human being send mail to Gary R. Porter
   <gporter@stl.nps.navy.mil>. 

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