ケーススタディ

  • Simulation Modeling of Offshore Offloading System for Arctic Oil and Gas Condensate Field
    The Novoportovskoye oil and gas condensate field is located in the Yamal peninsula and owned by Gazprom Neft, the fourth largest oil producer in Russia. Oil from the field is transferred via 100km pipeline to the sea terminal at Cape Kamenny, where it is loaded into arctic cargo tanks for further transportation. The main issues in planning tanker transportation in an arctic region are the harsh ice environment and difficult sea conditions.
  • Preventing “Bus Bunching” with Smart Phone Application Implementation
    In public transport, bus bunching refers to a group of two or more transit vehicles (such as buses or trains), which were scheduled to be evenly spaced running along the same route, instead running in the same location at the same time. Dave Sprogis, Volunteer Software Developer, and Data Analyst in Watertown, MA, used AnyLogic to confirm his thesis that preventing "Bus Bunching" would improve the experience of public transit bus riders.
  • Research of Traffic Flow in the Transport Hub of Volokolamskaya in Moscow
    The Moscow subway station and transport interchange, Volokolamskaya, is situated in the northwest part of town. The main road traffic in the area comes from the neighboring districts and the suburban parts of the Moscow region. ITS Consulting was contracted to test the efficiency of the planned roadway network during the peak traffic hours (morning and evening) with due regard to perspective increases of traffic within a timeframe until 2025.
  • Emergency Evacuation Planning: Minimizing Gridlock and Improving Public Safety
    A typical rush hour impedes the mobility of individual vehicles and significantly slows the overall flow of traffic. This phenomenon is compounded by events of mass mobilization, such as during an evacuation due to a hurricane or other event. When this occurs, traffic can reach a state of gridlock. ITS researchers sought to understand how public safety could be improved during such events by incorporating communication among a percentage of the vehicle population.
  • Supply Chain Design for Vaccine Manufacturer
    GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) was the world’s sixth largest pharmaceutical company in 2014. The company was launching a new vaccine product on a new market that needed a distribution network different from what they had before. Therefore, the company needed to design a new supply chain and align manufacturing processes with it.
  • Apparel Company Chose Location for New Distribution Center Using Simulation Modeling
    Fruit of the Loom (FOTL) is one of the largest US apparel manufacturers and marketers. The company was expanding, and the executives wanted to know if it would be beneficial, in terms of shipping costs, to add a new distribution center (DC) on the east/west coasts of the US, or to redistribute products to a pre-existing DC. The contractors decided to simulate the whole supply chain in order to visualize DC locations on a GIS map, and the supply network between them.
  • Improving Mining Outbound Logistics with Agent-Based Simulation Modeling
    One of the largest resource companies in the world, with over $80 billion in sales, decided to enter a new market. It was planning to build a new potash mine with 90% of the resources exported. They wanted to design a reliable supply chain, with a high speed of supply replenishing, and the ability to recover from natural disasters and man-made crises benefiting from such volatility. Amalgama and Goldratt companies contracted this project to design the potash mining operations and a full supply chain of outbound logistics.
  • 大手小売業者向け 倉庫ネットワークの開発
    エルドラド社は350都市に店舗を持つ、ロシア大手のエレクトロニ クス小売業です。顧客ニーズに対応し、出荷と保管経費の最 小化を目標に、AnyLogicのコンサルティングチームは、最適な 倉庫数と配置の判断にシミュレーション・モデルを構築しました。
  • ロジスティクスにおける 最適な意思決定
    東ヨーロッパで最大のビールメーカーは、多くの製造業者が 直面している高い輸送費問題の解消に取組みました。会社 の計画は、顧客に低価格で製品を提供できるように、工場か らサプライヤーまでの流通と輸送費を削減させることでした。