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Effective Disaster Preparedness and Response


Effective Disaster Preparedness and Response

Rapid and efficient response will always have a positive effect during and after any disaster. Natural and man-made events have increased in number and severity and adding new tools, technologies and simulation models to existing national preparedness systems improves resource coordination at the community level.

A group from George Washington University completed a project to study the critical nature of designing an effective response team including the decision-making challenges in which a response manager must evaluate hundreds of possible combinations while taking design configurations into account.

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The AnyLogic Company Announces Collaboration with HSSMI


The AnyLogic Company Announces Collaboration with HSSMI

The AnyLogic Company has partnered with the High Speed Sustainable Manufacturing Institute. The partnership aims to combine organizations’ technical expertise in simulation, generate strategic opportunities, and explore new marketing and commercial prospects. In tight collaboration, we are planning to expand the application of simulation modelling for various industries.

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Run Models Online with AnyLogic Cloud


Run Models Online with AnyLogic Cloud

RunTheModel.com has been serving AnyLogic users for six years as a platform for sharing simulation models. Today, Java applet technology, which RunTheModel is based on, is out of date and no longer supported in most web browsers.

To help you continue running models online, we have released AnyLogic Cloud, a free web service for online simulation analytics.

AnyLogic Cloud provides extended capabilities, compared to RunTheModel, which allow you to:

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AnyLogic Software Training at Purdue


AnyLogic Software Training at Purdue

We're excited to announce an upcoming AnyLogic Training hosted by one of our academic power-users, Purdue University. The course will be taught by Ilya Grigoryev, AnyLogic's Head of Training and Arash Mahdavi, Simulation Modeling Consultant at AnyLogic.

Gain marketable skills, highly valued by industry-leading organizations during this three-day immersive software training. AnyLogic Simulation Modeling Software is utilized world-wide in over 40% of Fortune 100 companies.

 New users welcome! Learn how to solve business challenges using AnyLogic Software.

 Course Agenda:

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anyLogistix Educational Opportunities


anyLogistix Educational Opportunities

anyLogistix™ (ALX™) is the supply chain analytics software to design, optimize and analyze your company’s supply chain. It combines powerful analytical optimization approaches together with innovative simulation technologies offering you a comprehensive set of tools for end- to-end supply chain analytics. The rapid adoption of anyLogistix by the world’s largest and most complex supply chains and an overwhelming response to recent anyLogistix educational opportunities are exciting indicators for the future use of simulation in supply chain analytics.

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Examining Healthcare Policy for Surgical Oncology Delivery


Examining Healthcare Policy for Surgical Oncology Delivery

In cancer patients, an inability to access the surgical system can be lethal, but accessing it can be impoverishing, especially in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs).  A group from the Global Surgery and Social Change, Department of Global Health and Social Medicine, Harvard Medical, supported by National Cancer Institute used AnyLogic Software to evaluate the health, financial, and equity impacts of governmental and charitable policies for surgical oncology in a resource-limited setting.

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anyLogistix Workshop


anyLogistix Workshop

anyLogistix™ (ALX™), by AnyLogic Company is the supply chain software to design, optimize and analyze your company’s supply chain. It combines powerful analytical optimization approaches together with innovative simulation technologies offering you a comprehensive set of tools for end-to-end supply chain analytics. Join us in Chicago, July 24-26 for the anyLogistix 2.5 Workshop hosted by Anatoly Zherebtsov, Head of anyLogistix Development and Mike Wilutis, anyLogistix Sales Engineer. The Workshop will provide a deep understanding of how to implement anyLogistix to analyze and optimize your supply chain. See the agenda below, and register for FREE today!

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anyLogistix Webinar, June 22nd


anyLogistix Webinar, June 22nd

AnyLogic, the standard in simulation and modeling technology introduces anyLogistix™ (ALX™), the supply chain analytics software to design, optimize and analyze your company’s supply chain. It combines powerful analytical optimization approaches together with innovative simulation technologies offering you a comprehensive set of tools for end- to-end supply chain analytics.

Join us for the anyLogistix Supply Chain Software Webinar June 22, 10:30 am CDT!

Webinar Agenda:

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AnyLogic 8.1 and AnyLogic Cloud: new features


AnyLogic 8.1 and AnyLogic Cloud: new features

AnyLogic 8.1 is released. The online service AnyLogic Cloud has also been updated and these features allow users to:

• ”Like” models , send personal messages to other users, and in the next few days you will be able to leave comments on models.

• Upload model source files along with your model and grant access to other developers. In the next few days, you will be able to make a public model’s source files accessible in the public model library.

• View statecharts, flowcharts, and system dynamics elements in Cloud-based model animation.

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Improving Intersection Efficiency with Connected Vehicle Technology


Improving Intersection Efficiency with Connected Vehicle Technology

Traffic control strategies at intersections have evolved through applying advanced control technologies during recent decades, especially for signalized intersections around urban areas. Now, with emerging connected vehicle technology there is a renewed potential to improve the overall efficiency and safety conditions at intersections. A group from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville conducted a study of the relationship between average system delay and average queue length for traffic approaching signalized intersections. The team utilized data from the City of Detroit collected in a field test during the 2014 Intelligent Transportation Systems World Congress.

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