RoboGeorgia, a coalition of industry leaders, academic institutions, and community organizers, announced its founding Executive Committee and mission to establish Georgia as the world’s leading hub for robotics and automation innovation.

Robotics and automation are integral to the future of today’s global economy. Whether for manufacturing, supply chain logistics, healthcare delivery, or agriculture, robotics is poised to upend how we live and do business. And significant momentum is building as industry, academia, and government invest significant time and resources toward this future.

Looking to build on Georgia’s position as the #1 state to do business, RoboGeorgia launched to enhance the visibility and connectivity of Georgia’s robust robotics and automation ecosystem. The organization aims to foster a thriving community representing all segments of this expansive technology landscape and advance innovation through collaborative projects, industry events, and knowledge-sharing sessions.

Guiding RoboGeorgia’s formation are its founding Executive Committee members:

•    Jeremy Fultz, Marketing Manager, Mujin US

•    Milton Walker, Technical Sales Specialist for Robotics, Americas, Intel  

•    Robert Herrig, Director of Supply Chain and Advanced Manufacturing, Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce 

•    Tom Sammon, Technology Project Manager, GaMEP, Enterprise Innovation Institute, Georgia Institute of Technology

•    Ward Broom, Robotics Startup Catalyst , ATDC, Enterprise Innovation Institute, Georgia Institute of Technology

“These leaders have been instrumental in laying the groundwork for RoboGeorgia’s success, bringing together their diverse backgrounds and unwavering commitment to shape the future of the robotics ecosystem in Georgia,” said Ward Broom, RoboGeorgia’s inaugural Executive Committee Chair. 

In addition, RoboGeorgia has secured multiple membership commitments from high profile corporations in the ecosystem. Membership groups will consist of a governing Board of Directors, Advisory Board Membership, General Membership and Startup Memberships.

Official announcements will be made regarding the Board of Directors and Advisory Board Members in the coming weeks. To become a member of RoboGeorgia, visit For more information, visit