|Create and Manage Firm Strategy and Innovation Using Simulation (Lyle Wallis)||Enterprise Strategy|
|Maintenance Scheduling Tool In the Oil & Gas Industry (Marina C. Pérez Gaido)||Logistics & Maintenance Scheduling|
|Demand and Supply Planning for a Large Fast Food Chain (Nate DeJong)||Supply Chain|
|Agent-based Exploration of System Negotiation and Redistribution of Goals (Paul Avery et al.)||Warehousing & Material Handling|
|Using Simulation to Design and Test an End-to-End TOC-based, Supply Chain Management Solution (Dr. Alan Barnard, CEO)||Supply Chain||
|Mining simulation tool to support planning and operational improvements (Andrey Malykhanov, Vitaliy Chernenko)||Mining|
|Developing Decision Support Tools in Partnership with State Health Departments to Inform Prevention Policy (Dylan Knowles)||Healthcare (Policy)|
|Transportation Engineering for Integrated Dedicated Fleet Solutions (Paul Bugenstein)||Transporation|
|Risk Mitigation in Active Shooter Scenarios (J. Eric Dietz)||Emergency Planning|
|Using Predictive Analytics and Simulation to Improve Therapeutic Outcomes in Patients With Painful Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy (Luigi Manca, Roger A. Edwards et al.)||Healthcare (Pharmaceuticals)|
|Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Simulation (Stephen Lane, Simulation Analyst)||Healthcare (Pharmaceuticals)|
|Applying Simulation with the Correct Level of Representation to Solve Difficult Problems in Transportation (Beth Kulick, Senior Analyst)||Transportation|
The presentors introduced AnyLogic 8 with AnyLogic Cloud technology. The presentation included a demonstration of how modelers can access, run and share simulation models online with ANY device (tablet, phone, etc.).Timofey Popkov, Director of Business Development at The AnyLogic Company
The presentors shared an overview and roadmap of anyLogistix, our supply chain analytics software. Their presentation explained the benefits of adding a simulation component to supply chain analytics.
AnyLogic is an iceberg; 90% is hidden under the surface. The software boasts so many features that it is hard to keep track (let alone master them all). In this workshop, you will step back and revisit some hidden gems of AnyLogic that are easy to miss or forget. However, they can massively improve your modeling skills and end results. You will build a simple simulation model of the AnyLogic Conference, that employs a number of these hidden gems, such as:
About the Instructor: decisionLab designs and builds custom models and decision-support tools that help their clients to make evidence-based strategic, tactical and operational decisions. Benjamin, a significantly experienced AnyLogic user, works with diverse clients such as the MoD, Rolls-Royce, and GSK. He handles project delivery from start to end, managing team members, and client communication. Benjamin Schumann holds a Ph.D. in Complex Systems Simulation and developed an advanced aerospace design simulation model for the early design phase. It was applied for designing several real unmanned aircraft (the first 3D-printed aircraft on the planet), see New Scientist. Ben enjoyed a thorough training in simulation modeling thanks to his Grad School on Complex Systems Simulation.
AnyLogic 8 with AnyLogic Cloud preview
How to draw GIS map routes
How to use Cars as resource units
To maintain a leading position, your company’s supply chain should be carefully designed, continuously analyzed and be able to adapt to changing environments. For this to happen your supply chain analytics software must be able to capture the uniqueness of your network as well as produce timely results.
anyLogistix™ (ALX™), by AnyLogic Company is the supply chain analytics software to design, optimize and analyze your company’s supply chain. It combines powerful analytical optimization approaches together with innovative simulation technologies offering you a comprehensive set of tools for end-to-end supply chain analytics.
anyLogistix workshop agenda:
Network optimization powered by CPLEX optimizer by IBM
ALX extension with AnyLogic Professional
September 29, Online, Global
September 23, Online, Global
April 17-18, Austin, TX, USA
April 18-19, Baltimore, MD, USA
November 4-5, Philadelphia, PA, USA
November 12-13, San Francisco, CA, USA
December 12, Washington DC, USA
December 13, Berlin, Germany