You won’t hear any apologies from the AnyLogic developers about needing to learn some code to get the most from AnyLogic simulation modeling. The fact is, a little upfront learning makes model development faster and simpler in the long run. But, if you are new to the software, how to get this training?
AnyLogic hosted its first training of 2019 last week at the AnyLogic North America office in Oakbrook Terrace, IL. Over 20 people attended from companies including Uber, Fannie Mae, St. Onge Company, Astellas, DHL and more. During the three-day course, attendees were led through several hands-on exercises building models utilizing all three methods of modeling techniques, including agent-based, discrete event and system dynamics.
Multiple AnyLogic events across Singapore, Japan, China, India, and Australia introduced original insight and focused on recent developments in simulation modeling, digital twins, and cloud computing. Here we have collected key highlights and photos.
A series of AnyLogic training sessions and seminars are taking place in Singapore, India, and Australia this October and November. Come join us, learn from simulation modeling experts, and get hands on experience with AnyLogic. Seminar presenters include Ernst & Young, Goldratt Research, PwC, and more. The seminar in Adelaide, Australia, is free.
Emergency evacuation planning for mass gatherings is essential public safety and security work for authorities and can help save lives. Imran Mahmood and Muhammad Haris of the National University of Sciences and Technology, Pakistan, and Hessam Sarjoughian of Arizona State University, USA, have used an AnyLogic based crowd simulation and analysis framework to analyze emergency evacuation strategies for one of the world’s greatest mass gatherings: Hajj.
UDES is designed for teaching the complex nature of city interactions, and also a method for representing them – agent based simulation. It is an excellent example model, accessible to all, with both interactive and customizable elements. Let’s take a closer look…
The MITx MicroMasters in Supply Chain Management is part of MIT’s #1 ranked Supply Chain Management Program. The online course gives learners the opportunity to apply to institutions around the world and pursue a full Master’s degree. Students learn end to end supply chain management with hands-on experience and case studies drawn from real supply chains. The supply chain analysis and optimization element harnesses the power of AnyLogic. Read on for more about this course and the...
Seoul saw expert presentations on AnyLogic and anyLogistix, with great examples, from across industry, highlighting a variety of usage scenarios. A great many thanks to all those who attended, and to Atworth, our partner in South Korea, for helping make the events a success. See the summary to catch up on the highlights, cases studies, and more.