The Road Traffic Library allows you to simulate the physical movement of vehicles on the road, taking into account traffic, actions of vehicles in parking lots, and the response to traffic lights. The Road Traffic Library webinar covers how to use the library to simulate any system where there are cars on the road, and how to integrate the library with the pedestrian library.
During the webinar, we will build a logistics model and show the unique capabilities of AnyLogic 7.2. To demonstrate AnyLogic’s extensibility, the webinar will focus on these key new features: extending GIS maps by adding additional shapefiles, converting shapefiles into GIS routes, and the Fluid Library, as the mining component of the model.
The benefits of multimethod modeling take center stage as we build a Customer Satisfaction Model, which includes, service interruptions, downtime, and processing time. Also built into the model are varying levels of customer satisfaction based on performance and word of mouth factors.
AnyLogic 7.1 modeling and simulation software harvests the power of GIS technology, allowing for streamlined simulation of your business processes. Watch the “Delivery Fleet Optimization with GIS” webinar to see a step-by-step process of building a supply chain model with real-time GIS features and optimization capabilities.
GIS implementation allows access to all data stored along with online-based map providers (i.e. Open Street Map): cities, regions, road networks, objects (hospitals, schools, bus stops, etc.). This product demonstration will showcase the GIS functionality and other new features of AnyLogic 7.1.
This lesson includes an overview of new features such as usability improvements, new process modeling library, increased support for agent based modeling and enhanced pedestrian library. The Transition Training Course Video is a must see for anyone looking for a smooth transition to the AnyLogic 7 software. 100% of attendees recommend this course to others.
The workshop program introduces the audience to different simulation modeling approaches and shows examples of their use. It also illustrates the various features of AnyLogic 6 and reviews several real-life problems from different industries that were solved with the help of simulation modeling. The program is specifically designed for those who are new to simulation modeling to explain and demonstrate why simulation modeling is important and what kind of problems it helps to solve.
Nathaniel Osgood - Associate Professor, University of Saskatchewan made a MIT graduate based course on agent-based modeling for health policy with AnyLogic. The course covers the following problems:
- System science concepts
- Agent dynamics and inter-agent interaction
- Hybrid modeling
- Agent environments
- Best practices in model building, debugging, etc.
En este curso se verán diferentes paradigmas de simulación dinámica y sus espacios de aplicación. El foco, sin embargo, estará en la aplicación de estas metodologías en el mundo de los negocios. El objetivo es que al final de estas clases puedan ser capaces de abordar un problema en sus trabajos/proyectos con estas metodologías.
These short how-to videos will guide you through most advanced features of AnyLogic. They are intuitive and recommended for both skilled and untrained users.
These are video tutorials featuring example models made by Prof. Johan Joubert for a simulation modeling course in the University of Pretoria. You may find these videos useful for learning the basics of AnyLogic.
In this section, you can find the videos filmed at AnyLogic Conferences. Presentations feature multimethod simulation various industries' case studies from AnyLogic users from all around the world.
Esse webinar possui legendas em português. O objetivo desse webinar é criar um modelo logístico e demonstrar as possibilidades do software de simulação AnyLogic. O modelo faz a logística consolidando mina, ferrovia, terminal portuário, porto e transporte marítimo. Nós utilizaremos a tecnologia de modelagem baseada em agentes. Os agentes serão criados e parametrizados diretamente do banco de dados do AnyLogic.