The Japan Robot Association was shaped in March 1971 as the Industrial Robot Conversazione, a deliberate association. The Conversazione was rearranged into the Japan Industrial Robot Association in October 1972, and the Association was formally consolidated in October 1973. The present name was embraced in June 1994 keeping in mind the end goal to suit non-modern robots, for example, 'individual robots.' Its base camp are inTokyo The Association expects to facilitate the improvement of the robot fabricating industry by empowering innovative work on robots and related framework items and advancing the utilization of robot innovation. Through this, the Association endeavors to advance the utilization of cutting edge innovation in industry and to upgrade the welfare of the country, thusly adding to solid monetary development and boosting expectations for everyday comforts.