Art Ericx 

In 2018, Art joined Splunk Belux, as Regional Manager focussing mainly on Industry, Manufacturing and Retail customers.  

Disparate and deployed industrial assets and connected devices can provide the enterprise a unique touch point to real-world operations and conditions. But collection, storage and insight of the machine data generated by the Operational Technology (OT) and the Internet of Things (IoT) can be a challenge.  

Splunk software collects, analyses and visualizes real-time and historical machine data from any source—including operational technology, connected assets and products—enabling you to improve operations, ensure safety and compliance, perform predictive maintenance and better manage the uptime and availability of industrial assets. Use Splunk to harness the power of the machine data generated by devices, control systems, sensors, SCADA systems, networks, applications and end users connected by industrial networks 

Analytics and the Internet of Things, a world of opportunities 

Monitoring and Diagnostics:  

Ensure that equipment in the field operates as intended. Monitor and track unplanned device or system downtime. Understand the cause of failure on a device to improve efficiency and availability. Identify outliers and issues in device production or deployment. Security, Safety and Compliance: 

Help protect mission-critical assets and industrial systems against cybersecurity threats. Gain visibility into system performance or set points that could put machines or people at risk and satisfy compliance reporting requirements.  Predictive Maintenance:  Gain real-time insight into asset deployment, utilization and resource consumption. Recognize patterns and trends, and use operational data to proactively approach long-term industrial asset management, maintenance and performance.   

Asset Performance Management:  

Gain real-time insights into the health and performance of your industrial assets. Use machine learning to detect anomalies and deviations from normal behavior to take corrective action—improving uptime, reliability and longevity 



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