The Development of Smart Farm Solution Machine in a Community Enterprise: A Group of Growers and the Rainbow Mango Processing, Ban Nong Bua Chum, Tambon Nong Hin, Nong Kung Sri District, Kalasin Province
Keywords:Visual Basic Language, MS SQL Server, Black Box Testing, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)
The objectives of this research were to develop the Smart Farm Solution Machine in a community enterprise in Ban Nong Bua Chum, including a group of growers and rainbow mango processing, and examine the capability of the Smart Farm Solution Machine. The development used Visual Basic to manage the database with an MS SQL Server Program. Based on the findings from this examination, the system could perform quickly and effectively, and it had, therefore, made it easier to access and appraise the required information accurately. The capability examination utilized Black Box Testing and was carried out by five experts. The statistics used in this research study were averages and standard deviations (S.D.) The research results were as follows: (1) The overall capability examination was at the maximum ( = 4.71, S.D. = 0.50) as many parts under consideration found that the highest evaluation had consisted of two equal parts: the system Functions and the Systems manual. (2) The examination of the two equal parts had been at the maximum ( = 4.80, S.D. = 0.45). (3) The system outcome had also been at the maximum ( = 4.70, S.D. = 0.50). (4) The system use and the security had also been at the maximum with ( = 4.65, S.D. = 0.58 and ( = 4.60, S.D. = 0.55), respectively. The results of this research indicated that the Smart Farm Solution Machine had been suitably developed and had worked authentically.
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