Wed, Oct 19


Four Points Hotel

Aviation Innovations Conference: 2022 Conférence sur les innovations dans le domaine de l'aviation : 2022

The 2022 Aviation Innovations Airship Conference brings together representatives from an airship manufacturing, industry SME's, science and political organizations. Please, join us to learn more about airship development in Canada.

Aviation Innovations Conference: 2022 Conférence sur les innovations dans le domaine de l'aviation : 2022

Time & Location

Oct 19, 6:00 p.m. – Oct 21, 6:00 p.m.

Four Points Hotel, 6257 Airport Rd, Mississauga, ON L4V 1E4, Canada

About the event

What is the Aviation Innovations Conference?

Time is slipping away. Governments have agreed to a 40% reduction in carbon emissions by 2035, but climate change is not waiting. Floods, droughts, heat waves and violent storms are increasing in frequency. Carbon emissions must be cut before the Arctic Ocean loses all its ice leading to a “Runaway Greenhouse Effect.” Innovation is needed. Airplanes have the most difficulty adapting to a low carbon future because they require so much energy.

No one disputes that jet engine emissions are large contributors to climate change. The aviation industry is working hard to reduce their Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions. Electrically-powered airplanes are being tested with batteries and hydrogen fuel cells, but significant change in the carbon footprint of fixed-wing aviation is unlikely to be achieved for many years.

A sound economic case exists for continued jet passenger travel, because face-to-face meetings on a global scale are necessary. No similar justification exists for cargo jets, which is the most polluting form of freight transport. Air freight shippers can drastically reduce their carbon footprint by embracing a new aviation age of the electrically-powered airship.

Airships use less energy per tonne-kilometer because they are buoyant and require fuel only for propulsion. Hydrogen can be used as fuel because giant airships have room to store large fuel tanks, without compromising space for freight. Hydrogen fuel cell powered electric airships could meet the transport needs of air cargo shippers and help them meet their commit to green supply chains.

Northern Canada is an ideal place for electric airship cargo operations to begin. Climate change is making the ice roads unreliable. Even existing infrastructure is threatened as the permafrost melts below them.

Electric airships could transport truckload size loads across the wild terrain at about the same price. And unlike roads, have zero environmental impact on the wildlife below. This sparsely populated area would also be acceptable for the introduction of remotely piloted airships.

Year-round cargo airship service would bring prosperity to the Northern economy. Food insecurity, bad housing and poverty could be banished from the indigenous communities. The mining industry would be able to gain economic access to rich mineral deposits. Wind turbine blades could be moved to remote wind farms to power mines, Arctic homes and businesses. The Northern economy would become more resilience, richer and attractive to investment.

Innovations in transportation are transformational. Airships will unlock currently isolated regions from crippling logistical inconvenience to competitive access to economic opportunity. Canada can position itself as a pioneer in what promises to become a huge global industry. Already, FLYING WHALES, a French airship company, has opened an their office in Montreal, Quebec. Homegrown, Buoyant Aircraft Systems International (BASI) has airship research and development offices in Manitoba and Ontario. More airship companies are looking as coming to Canada, soon.

Airship projects are underway in Brazil, Israel, France, China, the U.K., the U.S. and Canada. Like Rip Van Winkle, after sleeping for many decades, the airship industry has awoken, teeming with new design ideas and opportunities. The 2022 Aviation Innovations Conference brings together representatives from all segments of the aerospace and aviation supply chains.

You should participate in these packed days because you are a stakeholder in this critical industry, either as an airship developer, an aviation parts manufacturer, fixed base operator, logistics provider, First Nations leader, government policymaker/regulator, academic, consultant, investor, student, or as an environmentalist.

Register online at:

Who should attend?

  • Leaders and innovators from the mining, energy, manufacturing, distribution, aviation and aerospace sectors.
  • Individuals with interest in exploring the advantages airships and associated technologies can bring to their communities.
  • Representatives of Government and Industry
  • Educators and students interested in airship technology (Engineering, Aerospace, Environment, Aviation, etc...)

What is ISOPolar?

Established in 2005, ISO Polar is a not-for-profit industry association dedicated to the advancement, encouragement and education about the use of airships as a safe, economical and environmentally-friendly means of transportation.

ISO Polar serves as a clearinghouse to exchange information and to sponsor public events where new airship developments can be assessed. The organization also serves as a collective voice of the airship community to seek the cooperation and partnership with governments and supply chain participants.

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  • Early Bird - 2 Days


    Sale ends

    Sept 20, 7:00 a.m.

    For registration prior to January 31, 2022. This ticket includes 2 days conference pass, free meals and complimentary drinks.