NAMRIA also offers other services such as providing data and equipment certifications such as GPS receivers. It can also provide services in data processing.
For inquiries, contact the NAMRIA Information Center or the departments related to the services particularly the Hydrography Department, Mapping Department, Remote Sensing and Resource Data Analysis Department, and the Information Management Department.
Certification of Nautical Distance. Involves the issuance of certificate of approximate distance in nautical miles, measured along the navigational route between two specified points according to the scaling made on nautical charts published by NAMRIA.
P 180.00 for the first 25 NM + P 20.00 for thesucceeding 5 NM or a fraction thereof.
Certificate for Exploration
Permit Application- P 2,500.00 each
Certificate of Municipal Water Technical Description
P 5,000.00 + P 50.00 per km. of coastline.
Certification of geodetic station data, per station - P 360.00
Geodetic station data for research - Free
Certification of GPS receivers, per receiver - P1,800.00
Certification of tidal benchmarks - P 360.00
Evaluation of GPS survey data per station - P 500.00
Raw magnetic observation data, per station: P 430.00
Processed magnetic observation data, per station: P 530.00
Processed tidal hourly heights, monthly, per station - P 300.00
Processed mean hourly tidal current velocity including current ellipse, per station - P 300.00
Processed times and heights of high and low waters including lunitidal interval heights, per station, per month - P 300.00
Monthly and annual mean sea level and other tidal datum planes - P 300.00
Tide reducers, per station, per month - P 300.00
Tidal extremes, per station, per year - P 360.00
note: Prices may change without prior notice.
The PageNET is a network of permanently-installed, continuously-operating geodetic stations that utilize signals from Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSSs) such as the United States' Global Positioning System and Russia's GLONASS, to provide real-time high-precision geographic position data to users via the Internet.
Data from the network may be used n a wide array of applications such as surveying, mapping, navigation, crustal deformation studies, and meteorology.