Development of Mobile Royal Thai Armed Forces Personal Information Software on Android


The purpose of this research is to development of Mobile Royal Thai Armed Forces Personal Information Software on Android. As Thai military regulations, it has determined that all military personnel of RTARF HQ must submit their updated personal information annually on their birth-date to assemble accurate information on both paper and a computer information system. Also, they can verify personal information easily as it could be accessed by themselves anywhere and anytime through the internet. The concept of development and implementation of the software has been used Rapid application development (RAD) for developing the system in many Thai military units. We use RAD to develop mobile software because it does not require a lot of time, resources, and developers to design and implement. This research paper describes the theory of Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) to use as a tool to verify the acceptance of our software requirements. The model consists of two main factors: perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use. Perceived usefulness refers to the user believing that the technology will help to improve the performance and efficiency. Perceived ease of use is defined as what extent the user to be comfortable when using the features of the technology. In conclusion, the mobile applications development are mainly to be comprehensively, effectively, easily and flawlessly to use for users of RTARF HQs. Finally, we present the overall system design of the Thai military personal information software on mobile devices. It would be a prototype of mobile applications development.

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Neramit Archaapinun, Rangsit University, Thailand
Paniti Netinant, Rangsit University, Thailand

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Conference: CHER-HongKong2018
Stream: Driving for innovation-centric entrepreneurship: Management and governance issues

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