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Business Modelling of Emerging Service Opportunities in the IoTS Ecosystem 1.0

Jesper Thestrup, In-JeT ApS, Denmark, Andrea Guarise, Innova, Italy, Gernot Greafe, Siemens AG IT Solutions and Services, Germany:

Understanding the business framework in the Internet of Things and Services (IoTS) ecosystem is an essential prerequisite for the successful deployment and exploitation of new services and applications. The paper aims at describing a theoretical and practical foundation for performing business modelling of complex, multistakeholder oriented eBusiness services based on IoTS enablers, such as Hydra middleware components. The main focus of the paper will be on modelling business performance in IoTS applications involving product companies and on how to derive new and innovative value propositions from emerging service concepts.

The paper was presented at the Internet of Things and Services workshop held in Sophia Antipolis, France 18-19 September 2008.
27 September 2008 11:00
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