Industrial IoT Data gets life with Splunk IAI

Launches industrial asset intelligence system that transforms industrial operations with Real-Time monitoring and Predictive analytics.

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Splunk has introduced a system to make it easier for customers to use Splunk’s data analytics capabilities to analyse data from industrial systems and devices. The system called Splunk Industrial Asset Intelligence or Splunk IAI had been in beta trials with customers in Australia.

IoT data is critical for manufacturers who want to better monitor and diagnose operational issues and predict maintenance needs. Splunk IAI seemlessly captures and correlates data from industrial control systems, sensors, SCADA systems and applications. This makes the monitoring easy and thus diagnosis of equipment and operational issues in real time gets easier.

Splunk senior vice president, business operations and strategy and general manager of IoT markets, Ammar Maraqa, said, “Real-time analytics is an absolute must for manufacturers today, but organisations are struggling to bridge the gap between legacy systems, industrial assets and sensor data. Splunk IAI provides a single solution that ensures industrial systems are running at full capacity, enabling organisations to significantly save resources and money on unplanned downtime.”


The company is targeting Industrial IoT with the new Industrial Asset Intelligence. Sharing the success stories, Seema Haji, Director – IoT, Splunk said, “DB Cargo is one of Europe’s largest rail operators and they are using Splunk IAI to remotely monitor their locomotives. Brazilian oil and gas company Sapura have been troubleshooting existing issues, figuring out ways to improve their safety standards. Shaw Industries are using Splunk IPS for real time predictive analytics in their flooring production line.”

Splunk IAI will be released with limited availability at the forthcoming Hannover Messe industrial conference in Germany. This will be followed by general availability in the northern autumn. The company’s initial marketing focus would be on Europe.    Read more…

Syeda Beenish

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