Central Radio Management Office(CRMO)
The CRMO has 11 regional monitoring offices and 84 branch offices, providing customer-oriented
administrative services since it first began radio management work in 1947.
In order to ensure effective use of radio resource in national economic growth as well as secure and
convenient use of radio resource by the public through proactive response, the CRMO aims to establish order in all aspects of radio use from earth to space, prevent radio-induced privacy infringement, and manage
emergency and safety communications by ship and aircraft, thus safeguarding people's lives and property.
The CRMO is also carrying out multiple tasks such as the broadcasting and communication including
licensing of radio stations, broadcasting stations and radio application equipments and protection of people's right from spam mail and establishment the order for market of broadcasting and communication services to cope with convergence era of broadcasting and communication.
In order to accomplish its various missions, CRMO has introduced a lot of new radio monitoring facilities
nationwide entailing more cost-effective and efficient monitoring systems to operate them stably and securely.
ICOMER provided CRMO with a new upgraded FMS(Facilities Monitoring Systems) which has such
1. Monitoring the status of remote unmanned radio monitoring equipments, and in case of failures,
repairing them remotely or notifying concerned parties for a quick recovery by alarming, sending
short messages, popping up warning windows and making sounds.
2. Monitoring infrastructures(UPS, precision cooling, etc) and environmental conditions(temperature,
humidity, leakage, fire, etc)
3. Controlling CCTV and DVR for security breaches.
1. There is almost no changes of operational costs caused by additional new facilities owing to the real-time unmanned remote monitoring systems
2. Prediction and prevention based management of facilities has been realized by analyzing the status and
performance data collected and stored in facilities monitoring data base, maximizing operational
3. Downtime of equipments and devices has been reduced significantly(about 30% in average).