For nearly 24 hours, across multiple time zones, presenters from all around the world thrilled more than 1,000 people from over 80 countries with tales of modeling and simulation at the AnyLogic Conference 2022.
Connecting the tactical and operational activities of a company to an enterprise resource planning system, such as SAP, can be critical for success. Here, in this blog post, one steel manufacturer did this successfully.
The AnyLogic Conference will cover software applications across multiple industries. Domino’s Pizza, Netherland Railways, PwC, Komatsu, GHD, and many more companies will share their simulation experience. Check out the program and register now!
There is a significant and growing wealth gap in almost every country throughout the world. There are many reasons for this growing inequality amongst the population, but can a combination of simulation and luck play a part in identifying how to stop this trend or even reverse it?
Those of you who are already familiar with simulation modeling certainly know that it can be used in supply chain or manufacturing. Nothing unusual there. However, its application is much wider than that. In this blog post, we give an overview of three different projects demonstrating the versatility of simulation. For technical details, watch the video.
More runs, more users, and more model. More and more is demanded of simulation models as clients analyze greater numbers of scenarios, expand user access, and model in greater detail. How to scale and meet these demands? PwC emerging technology senior manager Sindy Ma is an expert on scaling simulations. Her presentation at the AnyLogic Conference 2021 showed three real-world case studies of projects that met the challenge of scaling simulations for more scenarios, more users, and more...
How to go from a good to great AnyLogic simulation modeler was the focus of a masterclass workshop from Dr. Benjamin Schumann. Given at AnyLogic’s global conference and now shared online, the workshop is an up-to-date guide, for all skill levels, on how to level up and practice advanced simulation modeling.
Automated systems have reached their limits and companies wanting to further enhance business processes are turning to artificial intelligence (AI) technologies like machine learning (ML). In an AnyLogic workshop, Microsoft Autonomous Systems Principal Program Manager Kence Anderson explored the advanced decision-making possibilities of ML and showed how Microsoft’s machine teaching concept is achieving faster training times. The easily accessible workshop session provides a high-level...