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Complete Rehabilitation and Painting of Floor Design at Multi-cinemas Guyana.
All preparation, painting & finishing works done by us!
Contact: 592-616-2052 for your site visit & free quote today!

All of our drone shots were done by Caliper Drone Services
Reaching New Heights!

- CDC Staff undergoes Drone Training

Staff members of the Civil Defence Commission (CDC), along with volunteers from the Volunteer Corps; a rank from the Guyana Defence Force (GDF); and two Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission (GLSC) employees successfully completed a three (3) day Drone Operations Training Exercise at the CDC Headquarters in Thomas Lands.

The training, which ran from September 14 to 16 and was conducted by Mr. Julian Cadogan of Caliper Drones, encompassed many facets such as legal requirements for drone operations; emergency procedures; pre and post flight checks; the importance of the operations manual; and frequent terms, abbreviations and buzzwords. The training also included practical activities where the seventeen (17) students were allowed to fly the drones, execute basic procedures and learn about the various circumstances that can alter the drone’s mobility and consistency.

On the final day certificates of completion were distributed to all the students and the Director General of CDC, Lieutenant Colonel Kester Craig, offered a few closing remarks. He lamented most on the importance of possessing a skill and using it effectively in every circumstance, and as such he encouraged all the successful trainees to continue their quest to become expert drone operators. The Director General also expressed pride towards the trainer, while indicating that preparation is a critical part of Disaster Risk Management and exercises akin to this one is necessary.

Scheduled training has been arranged for the foreseeable future so that the students can steadily improve their piloting skills, while attracting new trainees to build a larger batch of drone operators.

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United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (UN ECLAC) conducting Damage and Loss Assessment (DaLA) of the May-June 2021 National Flood

Five (5) members of a Damage and Loss Assessment (DaLA) Team arrived in Guyana over a week ago to closely observe and report on the economic impact of the May-June 2021 National Flood. The team, organised by the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), was engaged in earlier discussions with the Government of Guyana to communicate goals, expectations and finalise plans for the mission.

On August 12, 2021 the sectors of focus and methodology of the assessment were presented to various Government Ministers and agreed upon. The methodology will aim to capture the macro-economic assessment of damage, losses and additional costs which resulted from the disaster. These will be particularly focused on the agriculture, mining, tourism, manufacturing, industry and commerce, education, and infrastructure sectors. It is important to note that the DaLA is part of the Damage Assessment and Needs Analysis (DANA) Continuum that is done after the hazard or disaster impacts have occurred and is meant to examine the macro-economic impact. Consultations with various technical agencies and government ministries are ongoing. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Protected Areas Commission (PAC), Iwokrama, Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA), National Agricultural Research and Extension Institute (NAREI), Guyana Water Incorporated (GWI), and the Guyana Livestock and Development Association (GLDA) are providing technical assistance during the DaLA assessment; while Regional Democratic Councils (RDCs), the Ministry of Agriculture (MoA), Ministry of Finance (M*F), Ministry of Education (MoE), and the Ministry of Public Works (MoPW) are supporting the mission with a myriad of relevant resources.

The group was led by Mr. Omar Bello, the DaLA Coordinator, and also consisted of Mr. Francisco Ibarra, a Mining Analyst; Mr. Michael Hendrickson, an Economy and Finance Analyst; Mr. Francis Jones, a Statistician, Population Affairs and Public Policy Expert; and Mr. Carlos Espiga, an Infrastructure Analyst. Additionally, the DaLA entourage was accompanied and guided by Civil Defence Commission (CDC) personnel; representatives of the Guyana Livestock and Development Authority; Guyana Geology and Mines Commission; National Agricultural Research and Extension Institute; Ministry of Public Works; and Regional Authorities throughout their visits. Their first deployment on September 6 sent them to Mahaica-Berbice (Region 5). There, they assessed farms along the Abary River and the sea defence at Dantzig/Fairfield, along Guyana’s coastland. On day two (2) the team traveled to Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo (Region 9) and observed farmlands and communities in the town of Lethem and the village of Sand Creek. Day three (3) took the group to Cuyuni-Mazaruni (Region 7) where they examined mining operations along the Issano to Olive Creek communities, as well as communities in the lower and middle sectors of the Mazaruni River. The team then traveled to Upper Demerara-Berbice (Region 10) on day four (4) where they observed impact in the Kwakwani, Aroraima, Hururu, Ladernsville and Lamp Island areas, as well as a shelter managed by the CDC. On the final day, the group visited East Berbice-Corentyne (Region 6), specifically Black Bush Polder and Port Mourant. There they assessed farmlands and commercial communities. Before the team’s country departure, the DaLA Coordinator met with the Director General of the Civil Defence Commission, Lieutenant Colonel Kester Craig, to update on the progress made with the assessment. Mr. Bello indicated that he learned a lot about the significant impacts of this year’s flood and would submit the team’s report within the stipulated deadline. Colonel Craig thanked the DaLA Coordinator for his group’s hard work and expressed anticipation for the comprehensive report due subsequently.

Previously, a Detailed Damage Sectoral Assessment (DDSA) was conducted months prior by a team discharged by the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) during the final stages of the May-June 2021 National Flood. The DDSA, which is also part of the DANA continuum, is an assessment that is distinctive from the DaLA as it is usually done during the response and early recovery stages of the hazard impact with specific geographical and sectoral focus. The DDSA reports are currently being reviewed by the CDC and other relevant technical agencies, and can be referenced as baseline data for the DaLA.

The Government of Guyana and the CDC are seeking technical support from several entities to evaluate the risks from hazards and disasters in Guyana, while formulating and implementing plans to manage those risks.

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Eclac
United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (UN ECLAC) conducting Damage and Loss Assessment (DaLA) of the May-June 2021 National Flood

Five (5) members of a Damage and Loss Assessment (DaLA) Team arrived in Guyana over a week ago to closely observe and report on the economic impact of the May-June 2021 National Flood. The team, organised by the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), was engaged in earlier discussions with the Government of Guyana to communicate goals, expectations and finalise plans for the mission.

On August 12, 2021 the sectors of focus and methodology of the assessment were presented to various Government Ministers and agreed upon. The methodology will aim to capture the macro-economic assessment of damage, losses and additional costs which resulted from the disaster. These will be particularly focused on the agriculture, mining, tourism, manufacturing, industry and commerce, education, and infrastructure sectors. It is important to note that the DaLA is part of the Damage Assessment and Needs Analysis (DANA) Continuum that is done after the hazard or disaster impacts have occurred and is meant to examine the macro-economic impact. Consultations with various technical agencies and government ministries are ongoing. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Protected Areas Commission (PAC), Iwokrama, Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA), National Agricultural Research and Extension Institute (NAREI), Guyana Water Incorporated (GWI), and the Guyana Livestock and Development Association (GLDA) are providing technical assistance during the DaLA assessment; while Regional Democratic Councils (RDCs), the Ministry of Agriculture (MoA), Ministry of Finance (M*F), Ministry of Education (MoE), and the Ministry of Public Works (MoPW) are supporting the mission with a myriad of relevant resources.

The group was led by Mr. Omar Bello, the DaLA Coordinator, and also consisted of Mr. Francisco Ibarra, a Mining Analyst; Mr. Michael Hendrickson, an Economy and Finance Analyst; Mr. Francis Jones, a Statistician, Population Affairs and Public Policy Expert; and Mr. Carlos Espiga, an Infrastructure Analyst. Additionally, the DaLA entourage was accompanied and guided by Civil Defence Commission (CDC) personnel; representatives of the Guyana Livestock and Development Authority; Guyana Geology and Mines Commission; National Agricultural Research and Extension Institute; Ministry of Public Works; and Regional Authorities throughout their visits. Their first deployment on September 6 sent them to Mahaica-Berbice (Region 5). There, they assessed farms along the Abary River and the sea defence at Dantzig/Fairfield, along Guyana’s coastland. On day two (2) the team traveled to Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo (Region 9) and observed farmlands and communities in the town of Lethem and the village of Sand Creek. Day three (3) took the group to Cuyuni-Mazaruni (Region 7) where they examined mining operations along the Issano to Olive Creek communities, as well as communities in the lower and middle sectors of the Mazaruni River. The team then traveled to Upper Demerara-Berbice (Region 10) on day four (4) where they observed impact in the Kwakwani, Aroraima, Hururu, Ladernsville and Lamp Island areas, as well as a shelter managed by the CDC. On the final day, the group visited East Berbice-Corentyne (Region 6), specifically Black Bush Polder and Port Mourant. There they assessed farmlands and commercial communities. Before the team’s country departure, the DaLA Coordinator met with the Director General of the Civil Defence Commission, Lieutenant Colonel Kester Craig, to update on the progress made with the assessment. Mr. Bello indicated that he learned a lot about the significant impacts of this year’s flood and would submit the team’s report within the stipulated deadline. Colonel Craig thanked the DaLA Coordinator for his group’s hard work and expressed anticipation for the comprehensive report due subsequently.

Previously, a Detailed Damage Sectoral Assessment (DDSA) was conducted months prior by a team discharged by the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) during the final stages of the May-June 2021 National Flood. The DDSA, which is also part of the DANA continuum, is an assessment that is distinctive from the DaLA as it is usually done during the response and early recovery stages of the hazard impact with specific geographical and sectoral focus. The DDSA reports are currently being reviewed by the CDC and other relevant technical agencies, and can be referenced as baseline data for the DaLA.

The Government of Guyana and the CDC are seeking technical support from several entities to evaluate the risks from hazards and disasters in Guyana, while formulating and implementing plans to manage those risks.

Caliper Drone Services
Eclac

Caliper Drones provides Drone (UAV) Services for a range of industries all across Guyana. We offer Drone Inspections and Analytics, Media and Event Coverage, Real Estate, Search and Rescue, Mapping and Surveying, Training and much more.

Operating as usual

Photos from Caliper Drone Services's post 03/05/2022

Google Earth can sometimes lack the required level of detail. If a facility or area is too wide to capture in one image Drone Mapping can fill in the gaps.

Drone Mapping leverages unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) for capturing accurate and high-definition images. Our tools improve productivity and communications amongst teams on site.

A Drone Mapping flight involves more than just the drone. We have a dedicated UAV pilot and visual observers who monitor flight patterns along with a data capture operator to document detail pertinent to the site and conditions at the time of flight.

Drone mapping has a variety of uses from township-wide flyovers to counting cattle on large ranches to mapping crop conditions.
In all cases, it helps improve productivity, efficiency, and communication and saves time and money when making important decisions.

21/04/2022

Caliper Drone Services

Traditional surveying methods can be difficult, slow, and expensive. Drones can save you time and money.

Our data-driven approach and user-friendly drone software collect accurate data fast – at a fraction of the cost.

Caliper Drones provides high-quality drone data to all customers, from start-ups to large construction companies, developers, & mining companies around Guyana.

Give us a call on 627-1583 or visit www.caliperdrones.com for more information

Caliper Drone Services Caliper Drones provides Drone (UAV) Services for a range of industries all across Guyana.

We offer Drone Inspections and Analytics, Media and Event Coverage, Real Estate, Search and Rescue, Mapping and Surveying, Training and much more.

20/04/2022

Drone Flyover- Mandela Eccles Bypass Road

The Eccles Mandela Bypass road was designed to reduce the traffic congestion on the East Bank Highway.

We put an eye in the sky and here is what we found.

Home - Caliper Drones 28/01/2022

Home - Caliper Drones

Launching a drone program might sound complicated, but it’s much easier than you think!

From getting licensed to preparing for your first flight. Our Four(4) Day training program helps you to build the confidence to safely pilot your drone.

Home - Caliper Drones Caliper Drone Services brings the leading experience required to enable clients to realize the full potential of unmanned aerial system (UAS) technology. From strategy development to operations start up and business systems integration, we can help.

Caliper Drone Services updated their website address. 27/01/2022

Caliper Drone Services updated their website address.

Caliper Drone Services updated their website address.

24/01/2022

Caliper Drones

WE HAVE REBRANDED!
Our social media has been very quiet for the last few months. We have been working behind the scenes to improve our systems so that we can provide more services and deliver better quality to our clients.

Today, we are proud to unveil our new branding. This is the first in a series of new announcements that will be revealed in the following days.

30/06/2021

Sunset, above the Parika Stelling. 🇬🇾

Photos from Caliper Drone Services's post 27/06/2021

We visited Kwakwani and Bamboo Landing two days ago, while the water has receded, many parts still remain inundated.

Guyana; Land of many waters?

28/05/2021

Can you guess where?🇬🇾

This is one of three structures that were erected around Georgetown 🇬🇾 in memory of Queen Victoria.

27/05/2021

Traveling home on the East Bank of Demerara 🇬🇾

25/05/2021

Botanical Gardens 🇬🇾

02/03/2021

The path to tranquility.

Relaxing at the Kamuni River.
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23/01/2021

As Travel reopens, a visit to The Iwokrama River Lodge should be at the top of the bucket list. Turtle Mountain and the Canopy Walkway are views that are definitely worth seeing.

Iwokrama International Centre for Rain Forest Conservation and Development

20/01/2021

Sunsets above the Demerara Harbour Bridge

06/01/2021

Drones- Traffic Monitoring

Drones provide high resolution, near real time videos of road traffic to relevant stakeholders. This information can be used to assist in road monitoring, traffic analysis and guide traffic policies.

Drones provide DATA that can result in better traffic management.

Caliper Drone Services creates holiday postcards with scenic overhead shots - Stabroek News 21/12/2020

Caliper Drone Services creates holiday postcards with scenic overhead shots - Stabroek News

Say Merry Christmas with Postcards from Caliper Drones.

Creative locally produced postcards, perfect for thank you tokens and gift ideas for the season.

Pricing:
$2000 for a pack of 10 assorted cards
$2500 for a pack of 15 assorted cards .

Call us today to uplift your package of Postcards from Guyana. 627-1583/699-2508

Caliper Drone Services creates holiday postcards with scenic overhead shots - Stabroek News Caliper Drone Services has further monetized its overhead shots by turning them into picturesque holiday postcards, promoting less popular but beautiful

07/10/2020

Aerial View- National Park 🇬🇾🇬🇾🇬🇾
Drone Survey-
Area:122 Acres No of Images: 425 Altitude: 400ft
A drone survey refers to the use of a drone, or unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), to capture aerial data with downward-facing sensors. During a drone survey with an RGB camera, the ground is photographed several times from different angles, and each image is tagged with coordinates.
From this data, a photogrammetry software can create geo-referenced orthomosaics, elevation models or 3D models of the project area. These maps can also be used to extract information such as highly-accurate distances or volumetric measurements.
Unlike manned aircraft or satellite imagery, drones can fly at a much lower altitude, making the generation of high-resolution, high-accuracy data, much faster, less expensive and independent of atmospheric conditions such as cloud cover.
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06/10/2020

Ideal for a great escape.

Kurupukari Crossing- Bridging the gap from Linden to Lethem.

Contact us on 627-1583 to learn more about our rates and services.

05/10/2020

An abandoned factory sitting on the Berbice river.

Drones provide us with the means and the opportunity to capture the beauty, calm and tranquility of Guyana in ways that weren't possible before.

Follow us @CaliperDrones as we continue to share images from across the country.

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01/10/2020

Sailing into the Sunset 🇬🇾🇬🇾🇬🇾

The sunsets in Essequibo truly have a special place in this world.

Contact us on 627-1583 for all your video and photography needs.
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30/09/2020

Linden Waterfront 🇬🇾🇬🇾🇬🇾

This area is a beauty that is yet to be discovered, filled with so much potential.

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29/09/2020

Dear land of Guyana 🇬🇾, of rivers and plains; Made rich by the sunshine and lush by the rains...............

Aerial Views above the Canefields in Canje, Berbice.

28/09/2020

"The secret to a good morning is to watch the sunrise with an open heart"- Anthony Hicks

30/07/2020

Loaded!

The Black Lives Matter mural has been completed.

The painting is proudly displayed at the base of the 1763 Monument in the Square of the Revolution.

Photos from Caliper Drone Services's post 28/10/2019

🇬🇾 Steel Wool Photography. 🇬🇾

Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, symbolizing the spiritual "victory of light over darkness, good over evil"

Apart from the picturesque motorcade, plethora of diyas and well-decorated houses, the spinning of steel wool has long been a Guyanese tradition.

We wanted to capture this process in a creative way.

When last have you played with steel wool?

Photos from Caliper Drone Services's post 26/10/2019

Scenes from the GTT PInktober Walk 2019.

The annual event is a 5k/10k run and walk as we commemorate those who are living with cancer, those who have survived it and those who have passed on.

Photos from Caliper Drone Services's post 05/09/2019

Aerial View- The Promenade Gardens

The Promenade Gardens, completed in 1853, is located on a portion of what was once a field known as Parade Ground, where slaves convicted of being involved in the 1823 East Coast Rebellion were hanged.

The grisly history of the area had long moved some members of the public to suggest it be made into a public garden, perhaps as a way of honouring those victims of an inhuman system.

Timeline Photos 03/09/2019

Damaged harbour bridge restricted to light traffic from Tuesday 3rd September 14:00 Hrs

Minister of Public Infrastructure, David Patterson said works on the severely-damaged Demerara Harbour Bridge (DHB) would be completed by the latest Tuesday, allowing for the resumption of light traffic flow across the Demerara River.

Photos from Caliper Drone Services's post 02/09/2019

Work in progress

The Demerara Harbour Bridge Company (DHBC), early this morning, announced that a tug and barge crashed into a section of the bridge resulting in severe damages to the structure.

The engineers are currently assessing the damage and waiting on the tide to recede to begin the necessary repairs.

25/06/2019

Drone Boomerang

Diamonds!

DJI drones helped firefighters put out Notre Dame inferno - DroneDJ 16/04/2019

DJI drones helped firefighters put out Notre Dame inferno - DroneDJ

Drone technology being used to help fight the fire.

"The unmanned aircraft provided insight into how the fire was spreading and helped firefighters to determine the most effective positions of fire hoses."

DJI drones helped firefighters put out Notre Dame inferno - DroneDJ DJI drones helped firefighters in tackling the Notre Dame inferno. The unmanned aircraft were borrowed from the French culture and interior ministries.

400 Ft Above Ground 10/04/2019

Scenic aerial views from various regions of Guyana

First air taxi trials to take place over the southern part of Singapore in 2019 10/04/2019

First air taxi trials to take place over the southern part of Singapore in 2019

First air taxi trials to take place over the southern part of Singapore in 2019

"The aircraft, which take off and land vertically, can accommodate two people and fly distances of up to 30km. Although they look like helicopters, the aircraft is based on drone technology."

First air taxi trials to take place over the southern part of Singapore in 2019 SINGAPORE: Air taxis will soon be hovering over Singapore's skies as trials are set to get underway in 2019. The Civil Aviation Authority of ...

Photos from Caliper Drone Services's post 05/04/2019

Austin’s House- The official residence of the Anglican Bishop of Guyana.

A 19th century colonial building previously known as Kingston House is located at the junction of High and Barracks Streets, Kingston, Georgetown.

The building was renamed in 1892, after the first Anglican Bishop of Guyana (British Guiana), William Piercy Austin. The building within recent years was rehabilitated by the Dioceses of Guyana to its present state.

04/04/2019

Do you appreciate the simple beauty of our culture and heritage?

Committed to helping organisations revolutionise their business through the use of drones

We are a small, specialist, creative company offering dynamic, close range, aerial video and photography solutions to a wide range of commercial industries and private individuals using the latest cutting edge drone technology and computer software applications. We have a wealth of knowledge, skills and experience in combining technical drone operations along with close precision camera work.

From your first contact with us we can help shape your individual requirements and customize your needs through our pre operational analysis and assessment, giving you a plan on how best to achieve your project aims, on your timescale and within budget. From the start we are there to help you better understand how our drone systems operate and whaat can be achieved with our camera equipment and software applications.

We pride ourselves on our high professional standards in our work in aerial photography and video. We offer complete drone capabilities for your project and daily operational needs. From urban and agricultural areas to industrial locations, we provide the drone capabilities you require.


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