AnyLogic provides a single platform for all your business’ dynamic simulation modeling needs. Forget about workarounds: no matter how complex your system is, you will always find the right tools in AnyLogic to make your model elegant, natural, and manageable.
Simulate any system or process related to business or research, from manufacturing lines and logistics to marketing campaigns and social changes, in a visual drag-and-drop environment.
The three methods can be used in any combination, with one software, to simulate business systems of any complexity. In AnyLogic, you can use various visual modeling languages: process flowcharts, statecharts, action charts, and stock & flow diagrams.
AnyLogic was the first tool to introduce multimethod simulation modeling, and still remains the only software that has that capability.
Pedestrian, Rail, and Road Traffic Libraries provide detailed physical-level simulation of objects’ movement and interaction, which is not supported by any other general-purpose simulation software tool.
AnyLogic is the only professional software tool available so far for building industrial strength agent-based models (ABM).
With agent-based modeling, you can apply simulation in the areas where it had not been possible before, including marketing, social processes, and healthcare/epidemic models.
ABM allows you to leverage your organization’s big data to populate your large-scale models with agents with personalized properties such as consumer behavior, individual skills, schedules, performance data, or health-related profiles.
Agent-based simulation brings models from traditional areas, like logistics and manufacturing, to a new level of flexibility and ease of use, allowing you to represent entities and resources as agents with individual parameters and behavior.
GIS maps integration
AnyLogic provides unique ability to use GIS maps within your simulation models:
Maps can be used to model systems like supply chains, logistics networks, and other cases when you need to take into account locations, roads, routes, or regions.
Built-in search in the style of Google Maps allows you to easily locate cities, streets, roads, hospitals, shops, and bus stops by using the map data. The search works both when you design the model and when the model is running.
Model elements can be placed on the map and moved along existing roads and routes based on real spatial data.
You can use free maps provided by AnyLogic both online and offline or choose tile-or shapefile-based maps from your favorite provider.
Simulation in the cloud
AnyLogic is the only simulation tool to offer a full range of cloud technologies, changing the way people run models.
Use any device to run your model, including phones and tablets.
Provide online simulation analytics to your clients with web dashboards.
Leverage high-performance cloud computing for complex experiments.
Deliver models privately to your clients using secure web repository.
Share simulations publicly with the community and collaborate in the cloud.
Available for free, as a paid subscription, or as a private installation.
Export models as standalone Java applications to deliver them to clients and stakeholders.
Models can serve as an advanced level of predictive analytics for your business: make them a part of your existing dataflow, integrate models with CRM or BI systems.
Embed simulation models in your operational software, like ERP or MRP, for robust planning and risk reduction. Examples of use are short-term production scheduling or transportation planning.
Support in model building
We provide unlimited consultative support to hard or even vague modeling issues – helping you make your models better!
A question like “How do I model this object?” is a perfectly valid question for us.
Average response time is less than 24 hours, including complex questions.
AnyLogic support is highly ranked: 90% of our users are “completely satisfied” with the support services.
Extensible and customizable platform
AnyLogic models are fully extensible at Java level, providing the user with unlimited modeling capabilities. Literally.
You can design custom experiments for your special needs, or use your own algorithms and optimization engines. Also, you can create custom experiment workflows: for example, combine sensitivity analysis and optimization, with the results of the first experiment serving as an input for the second one.
Create custom objects and reusable object libraries for your application areas and share them with your colleagues.
A model can be configured from an external data source when the model is run, which means that you can change the whole model structure by simply changing the input data. This makes models reusable, helping solve many similar challenges without additional model-building effort.
AnyLogic has a nice object-oriented feature that allows you to create a component and reuse it, which is very useful to us, plus, the user interface has many built in charts. The most valuable feature of AnyLogic to me is to export a model, and let anyone run it on their computer without a software license.
Software Engineer, Intel
I go back with AnyLogic to the very beginning: over ten years now. Ten years ago, AnyLogic was what I call the only industrial strength product that had a hope of doing both system dynamics, agent based, and discrete event in one package. As best as I can tell, it’s still the only package that has that capability. As we do more especially in the realm of agent based models, there are some open-source tools, but none of them has anything close to the functionality that AnyLogic does.
Dr. Mark Paich,
AnyLogic support team has been very proactive in supporting my projects and meeting my deadlines. I’ve been working with AnyLogic software less than a month and I'm feeling confident moving forward as I continuously learn a lot from the support team. AnyLogic support team to me is brilliant, fast, energetic and fully equipped with technical knowledge. Fear no more as anyone can easily learn simulation with AnyLogic's perfect support team guidance and user-friendly software.
AnyLogic was the clear choice after comprehensive evaluation of multiple systems and further prototyping in those that were shortlisted. Furthermore, it continues to impress the deeper we get. There's no doubt the right simulation and modelling tool was selected for the majority of our current and future needs.
Senior Modeller, BHP Billiton
We use AnyLogic to understand better, improve and demonstrate how complex systems work. My personal favorite aspect of AnyLogic is the fact that it compiles the simulation models into a general purpose, fully object-oriented program language, like Java. Which allows us to embed optimization algorithms into simulations without writing unnecessary code.
Senior Analytics Engineer, General Electric