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The purpose of this research were to 1) study of the situation and information needs of water resources 2) develop a water warning system using a smartphone, and 3) evaluate of water warning system. Population and the sample were 50 persons, consisted of staff from government agencies involved in water resources and farmers. Research tools used in this research were: 1) the water warning system 2) the quality assessment forms for functionality of water warning system, and 3) the quality assessment forms for water warning system. The statistics used in this research were basic statistics including average and the standard deviation. The research findings were as follows: In stage 1: the water warning system should be divided into 9 functions: warning of water situation water map display climate report, water management in the basin, water report status, rainfall report water tracking diagram dry season or rainy season plan display and drought or flood warning. In stage
2: professionals’ opinions on functionality quality of system design, it was found that overall design of functionality system was in the good level of appropriateness ( = 3.94, S.D. = 0.11) on completely format display reliability convenience and usefulness. In stage 3: sample group opinions on quality of system design it was found that overall design of water warning system was in the good level of appropriateness ( = 3.94, S.D. = 0.11) on modern, content coverage and accuracy with requirements flexibility and convenience beautiful style and usefulness.
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