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Are Traditional NPD Processes Relevant to IoT Product and Service Development Activities? A Critical Examination

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Are Traditional NPD Processes Relevant to IoT Product and Service Development Activities? A Critical Examination. / Lee, Boyeun; Cooper, Rachel; Hands, David James.

Design Research Society 2018 Conference. Vol. 6 Design Research Society, 2018. p. 2280-2293.

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Lee, B, Cooper, R & Hands, DJ 2018, Are Traditional NPD Processes Relevant to IoT Product and Service Development Activities? A Critical Examination. in Design Research Society 2018 Conference. vol. 6, Design Research Society, pp. 2280-2293, Design Research Society Conference 2018, Limerick, Ireland, 25/06/18. https://doi.org/10.21606/dma.2018.244

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Lee B, Cooper R, Hands DJ. Are Traditional NPD Processes Relevant to IoT Product and Service Development Activities? A Critical Examination. In Design Research Society 2018 Conference. Vol. 6. Design Research Society. 2018. p. 2280-2293 doi: 10.21606/dma.2018.244

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