The International Rural Sociology Association (IRSA) was an outgrowth of the desire for greater international cooperation on the part of the members of the European Society for Rural Sociology (ESRS) and the members of the Rural Sociological Society (RSS).
The RSS was organized in 1936 and the ESRS in 1957. Formal expression of the need for an international professional association was first voiced at the 1962 annual meeting of the RSS in Washington, D.C. At that time a committee including representatives from the RSS and ESRS was established to develop the “international machinery” for planning a multi-national conference on rural sociology.
The committee was named The Committee for members were E. W. Hosted of the Netherlands (as chair), O. F. Larson of the U. S. (as vice-chairman), H. Katter of the Federal Republic of Germany, H. E. Bracey . It was understood, from the discussions and deliberations which preceded the establishment of the committee, that a permanent organization would be considered after the first conference (or congress), had been held.
The indicate of the International Federation of Robotics is to advance examination, improvement, use and worldwide co-operation in the whole field of mechanical autonomy, modern robots and also settlement robots. The IFR is withal facilitator of the International Symposium on Robotics (ISR), one of the most seasoned gatherings for apply autonomy research, established in 1970.
The IFR's factual office distributes the study World Robotics each year.This production contains itemized measurable information for approximately 50 nations, separated by application ranges, modern branches, sorts of robots and by other specialized and monetary variables. The IFR gauges that 225,000 modern were sold in 2014, 27% more than in 2013. China was again by a long shot the most cosmically enormous business sector goal for modern robots in 2014. Around 56,000 units were sold, 54% more than in 2013