Internet Safety and Security Awareness Project
・FMMC organize nationwide courses aimed at promoting safe and secure Internet usage among parents, teachers, children, and students, with a particular focus on safeguarding children. ("e-Net-Caravan")
・ Since 2007, we have annually collected slogans that promote rules and etiquette for the safe and secure use of information and communications.
Network Usage Promotion Project (“L-alert”)
・ FMMC have developed a public information sharing platform, known as “L-alert” to facilitate efficient sharing of disaster information between local governments.
・ This platform accommodates the increasingly sophisticated and diversified methods of information transmission, including digital broadcasting and mobile phones.
Research and analysis activities
a. ICT Research Project
FMMC conduct research projects in terms of various perspectives, including policy/systems, markets, technology, and society.to effectively address societal needs and emerging trends,
b. Overseas Information Sharing Initiative
FMMC gather the latest and most reliable information in the fields of ICT, wireless communication, and logistics from around the world, and provide this information through our website, news distribution channels, and journals.
c. Commissioned Research Project
FMMC conduct research projects commissioned by government agencies, private companies, etc., focusing on regulations and legal systems in various fields of ICT, wireless communication, and logistics. Our research covers the current situations and issues of market and social infrastructure development, as well as various trends related to wireless technology.
Special Lectures during Information and Communications Month
Information and Commuications Month, which takes place every year from May 15th to June 15th, features several events nationwide in order to promote ICT. FMMC gives lectures or symposia based on a specific topic each year.
Holding Symposia and Lectures
FMMC holds symposia and lectures from global persoective in a timely and suitable manner.
Strategic Planning Division
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