Analysis of the user perspective on the development of smart services, between reuse and self-development.

IoT platfroms come with their marketplaces, where ready-to-use solutions are offered to the users, whteher developed by the vendor or by partners. The goal of this thesis is to capture the platfroms' users perspective and assess their decisons as they develop IoT solutions. For example, when and why do they use ready-to-use building blocks? When do they need to develop modules on their own? What drives their choice of the platform or modules? What are the challenges they encounter? etc.

What IoT vendors think you should know for developing IoT solutions? An insight from IoT learning materials provided by IoT vendors

The goal of this thesis is to determine on the one hand the building blocks of IoT solutions as envisioned by IoT platfroms leaders and on the other hand the knowledge modules necessary for the development of IoT solutions.
The student will conduct a field research across leading IoT platforms to determine and compare the material that these offer as well as the methods/models that they prescribe.

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