In this blog, we gather five stand-out blogs from the past year – the unusual year that was 2020. During the year, the simulation community responded well to various challenges of the year and produced some outstanding simulation models and content. Our team also advanced AnyLogic to version 8.7, updated the Big Book of Simulation Modeling with new chapters, and brought new developments to the cloud platform. Read on!
Every year is unique and 2020 was no exception. Reviewing the blog, it is clear that the simulation community responded well to many of the pandemic related challenges and continued with inspiring work throughout the year. In this review, see some of what defined 2020 for AnyLogic and how much there is to look forward to 2021.
It’s 2020 and the start of a new decade, a new period to frame trends and technology. Before we get carried away, however, there’s still unfinished business from 2019: What were the top blogs? No need to guess, here we present the top 5. Read on, discover what you may have missed, or revisit some of the AnyLogic blog highlights from 2019. Thank you for reading!
Our blog is a great place to keep up with all things AnyLogic. It features how-tos, covers events, and highlights all kinds of content both for and from the AnyLogic community. In this review, we look at what helped define 2019 for AnyLogic and look forward to 2020 and a new decade of simulation modeling. Read on! What are your highlights? Did you miss anything? Did we miss anything?
We have much pleasure in announcing that The AnyLogic Company has established partnership with PwC Singapore. PwC is a global network of firms delivering assurance, tax, and consulting services for business. PwC Singapore will be enhancing client projects by employing AnyLogic's solution set, as well as participating in and organizing local events and training.
The end of the year is a natural moment to look both back and forward. Here we have some highlights from an eventful and successful 2018, along with a few key points to look out for in 2019. Finally, before the holidays get well and truly underway, there is also an interactive seasonal simulation…
A very well-attended WinterSim Conference in Gothenburg, Sweden, celebrated simulation as a noble cause. Attendees were up on 2017 with over 800 conference goers taking part in the four-day event, and AnyLogic enjoyed its best year yet. Here are a few notes, highlights, photos, and a video.
It’s the end of 2018, the numbers are in, and these are our top 5 most popular articles of the year. Including some great contributions from the community. Take a look! What are your favorites? Did you miss any? Jesús Madrid Varela and Christian Moller Corral developed a model that proved popular around...