Low-cost, low-emission airship technology for northern communites through advocacy, research and collaboration
to remote northern communities and developments without rail or all weather road in order to improve the standard of living for northern residents through reductions in infrastructure costs and logistical expenses
Reduce Environmental Impacts
of transportation by reducing air pollution, greenhouse gas emissions, water pollution, wildlife endangerment and habitat destruction.
Support projects & programs
for airship development, including testing of new technologies, cold weather testing, research and development initiatives and demonstrations of current technology.
Develop Strategic Plans
aimed at strengthening the scientific and technological advancement of the use of airships and facilitating membership implementation of those plans.
Membership in ISOPolar Airships is open to everyone
ISOPolar Airships was founded in March 2005 as a not-for-profit airship research institute to undertake economic and engineering studies, coordinate demonstrations, facilitate certification tests and other activities that are in the public interest. A consortium approach is employed that gives all the parties the opportunity to become involved in a meaningful way, while excluding no one, including direct competitors. The membership of ISOPolar is broad and intended to encompass businesses with specific interests, as well as individuals with more general interest in the development of an airship industry worldwide.
We Organize & Facilitate Dialogue
between key stakeholders with trade shows and demonstrations
for the formation of Canadian "Centres of Excellence" in airship research, sciences, education and training
We Encourage & Support
the establishment of uniform airship regulations, pilot certification and navigational procedures within Canada
We Perform feasibility analyses
of airship innovations and assist in the building of business cases to help members develop market opportunities.