In this paper we compare different approaches and show the need for systematic requirements engineering for hybrid products beyond disciplinary boundaries. Hybrid products consist of combinations of hardware, software and service elements. The purpose of this paper is to report on a literature review on requirements engineering for hybrid products. Each academic discipline involved (software engineering, product engineering and service engineering) has a different view on requirements engineering. The goal of the literature review is to discover how the approaches of each discipline are able to cope with requirements engineering for hybrid products.
Berkovich, Marina; Esch, Sebastian; Leimeister, Jan Marco; and Krcmar, Helmut, "REQUIREMENTS ENGINEERING FOR HYBRID PRODUCTS AS BUNDLES OF HARDWARE, SOFTWARE AND SERVICE ELEMENTS – A LITERATURE REVIEW" (2009). Wirtschaftsinformatik Proceedings 2009. 67.