- Uzzors2k Micro-controllers, high voltage devices, robotics and similar topics.
- Parallax.com When you need sensors, micro-controllers and help on a good forum, this is a good place to start.
- RCGroups.com If your involved in anything remote controlled, this is where you need to start, especially flight related work.
- 4hv.org The 4HV.org forum is the usual research and experimentation page. This includes high voltage, electric ionÂ propulsion, power supplies and so on.
- JP Aerospace The ultra-high altitude balloons and space company.
- IARC World class aerial robotic competition where college students from around the world compete in autonomous robotics.
- A Main Hobbies Online and in Chico, CA hobby store for all things remote control.
- Spark Fun Embedded systems, sensors, micro-controllers and a whole lot more.
- Springs All types of mechanical springs, including math and application.
- 2 Drone Gals For those interested in business and image flying. Very nice site.
- Redding RC and HobbyÂ Â All things hobby related, not just a store, but a full fabrication and aerodrome facility.
Alot of our test flights are done here.
- Ash Creek AirfieldÂ Â Ash Creek RC airfield. A very nice site to counduct fun or other flying.Dedicated paved runway, metal roof and tables for pre-flight, parking and clear area in every direction. (AMA insurance required)
- Shasta CollegeÂ Â A community college where we do many experiments – excellent professoriate. Small colleges are often more willing to cooperate in unusual endeavours compared to larger instutuitions. Smaller colleges are also willing to approved or reject requests sooner as well.