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The progress of Internet of Things is hampered by a fragmented world of standards and players in the field. The different and many proprietary platforms can easily lock an end user to a solution that may be outdated quickly. It may also be very expensive to add new functionality to these systems. Along with it is the lack of a solution where developers, operators and end users can interact with each other in a fruitful cooperation. In this paper we present ISIS (Infrastructure for Integrated Services), an integrated framework that aims to create a complete software tool chain, to tackle the integration issues for IoT in general, and smart house solutions in particular. We demonstrate how such a service-driven development process based on models and code generation for heterogeneous platforms can simplify development of services in IoT.