Custom made, tundra-touring rovers offer sightseers exclusive access to polar bears in northern Canada while the Twin Otter airplane takes to the artic sky dropping much needed supplies to isolated villages.
A wind farm depends on the all-terrain abilities of the Hagglund BV206 to help keep the lights on in Sweden while a Canadian fisherman puts his trust in the Bombardier B12 to preserve his livelihood.
A revolutionary deicer protects planes from sub zero temperatures when arriving and departing from Canada’s busiest airport while Switzerland tests the cutting edge capabilities of the helicopter-shaped Rega drone.
Yet to find a terrain it can’t tackle, the extreme capabilities of the Sherp are put to the test in northern Canada, while in Washington, the Pistenbully climbs its way up Snoqualmie Pass to check on a remote weather station.
The Amphibex protects those that live along it from flooding during the spring thaw, while the Hercules C 130 J takes to the Arctic skies of the Canadian North, assisting the military with it’s extraordinary transport and landing capabilities.
Deploying military during rescue efforts in northern Canada is the Cormorant helicopter, while in the west the Nodwell 240 fights ongoing fires in the snow-covered prairies.
Floating across icy waters in partnership with the Swedish Coast Guard is the marine muscle of the 24-50 Hovercraft while the custom-made Yeti snow eater keeps an Alaskan airport open for business.
In the Port of Alaska, a trio of small but mighty tractor tugs brave ruthless waters as they lead cargo vessels in from sea.
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