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Free Online MIT Course for Supply Chain Management with AnyLogic


Free Online MIT Course for Supply Chain Management with AnyLogic

The MITx MicroMasters in Supply Chain Management is part of MIT’s #1 ranked Supply Chain Management Program. The online course gives learners the opportunity to apply to institutions around the world and pursue a full Master’s degree.

Students learn end to end supply chain management with hands-on experience and case studies drawn from real supply chains. The supply chain analysis and optimization element harnesses the power of AnyLogic. Read on for more about this course and the exciting career opportunities...

Seminar in Singapore: Super Simulations


Seminar in Singapore: Super Simulations

September saw our first seminar in Singapore and we were delighted to welcome representatives of PwC, Dell, Bank Indonesia, Proctor & Gamble, and John Deere, amongst a great variety of organizations. In addition, sessions were also held for attendees wishing to learn modeling in AnyLogic and anyLogistix.

We were honored to work with The Logistics Institute – Asia Pacific, one of the leading research institutions in the region, to organize the events at the National University of Singapore. Read on, discover the highlights, and find out where we'll be soon!

Pedestrian Flow is Crucial to Your Environment. Learn Why!


Pedestrian Flow is Crucial to Your Environment. Learn Why!

Production Modeling Corporation, an official partner of AnyLogic North America, invite you to an upcoming webinar, "Pedestrian Flow is Crucial to Your Environment. Learn Why!" Wednesday, September 21, 2016, at 11:00 am ET The webinar will help you plan and verify your facilities' strategy using AnyLogic's pedestrian library. Answering questions such as:

  • Does your facility (arena, hall, mall, stadium, store, cruise ship, etc.) have enough entrances, regular and emergency...

  • Fluid Library Orientation Part 3 - Gas Station Model


    Fluid Library Orientation Part 3 - Gas Station Model

    For those, who want to advance the skills in AnyLogic Fluid library, we are offering the 3rd part of the tutorial that will guide you through the main features of Fluid library and show you its advantages. In our previous post we built a model of chocolate factory, today you'll learn how to use the library for creating simple process charts and build a model of gas station. You'll also find out how to merge the flows in the Fluid library. Enjoy reading!