Monday, September 10, 2007

4th Airships to the Arctic Symposium - October 2007

It's time once again for the Airships to the Arctic Symposium organized by Barry Prentice and his non-profit airship research institute ISO Polar. Airships to the Arctic is a conference aimed at bringing airships especially cargo airships to Canada's north, to assure supply and transport to the northern communities and mining sites. The conference is held every two years in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. This years conference is from October 29th to October 31st 2007. Registration starts now, and you can get an early bird discount if you register before September 15th. You can go to the Airship to the Arctic website and Register online. Since this is the 4th Symposium of that kind. You might be interested in the previous conference proceedings which are available from ISO Polar:
Airships to the Arctic I: Applications For Northern Transportation
October 22nd to 24th, 2002
Edited by: Dr. Barry E. Prentice and Shelley Turriff
Download (PDF Document, Size: 3.00 MB)
Airships to the Arctic II: Moving Beyond The Roads
October 21st to 23rd, 2003
Edited by: Dr. Barry E. Prentice, Jill Winograd, Al Phillips, Bobbi Harrison
Download (PDF Document, Size: 3.62 MB)
Airships to the Arctic III: Sustainable Northern Transportation
May 31st to June 2nd, 2005
Edited by: Dr. Barry E. Prentice, Sharon Cohen, Douglas B. Duncan
Download (PDF Document, Size: 4.45 MB)
Also Available in the Publications Section of ISO Polar are a couple of Studies:
And last but not least take a look at the List of Speakers as well as the Agenda on the Airships to the Arctic Website and read the official invitation that you download via
Unfortunately I can not attend this conference to report from it first hand, so I hope to be able to get some feedback from Barry Prentice and other attendees about what is going on. If you are attending and want to become our front row reporter for the conference please email us at airshipworld at gmail dot com.


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