Towards Open Innovation in Embedded Systems


By opening up a technology, firms can incorporate external actors to improve their products or to develop new applications on top of it. This phenomenon is discussed in the literature as open innovation (Chesbrough, 2003). An embedded system is an example of a modular and traditionally closed technology where parts of the system can be opened in order to… (More)


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@inproceedings{Sldner2013TowardsOI, title={Towards Open Innovation in Embedded Systems}, author={Constantin S{\"{o}ldner and Angela Roth and Frank Danzinger and Kathrin M. M{\"{o}slein}, booktitle={AMCIS}, year={2013} }