Two AnyLogic events, on opposite sides of the planet, demonstrated the value of simulation when applied in industry. The almost simultaneous seminars also provided insight into the recent developments in cloud-based simulation as well as the combined use of simulation with artificial intelligence (AI). Here, you can find materials and photos from the events in Australia and the United Kingdom.
The videos of the presentations and workshops from AnyLogic Conference 2019 are online. A diverse cross-section of organizations presented insightful and inspiring examples of simulation at work, highlighting the broad adoption of simulation modeling for commercial and industrial interests. If you know what you want to see, jump straight to the playlist. Otherwise, here is a brief overview of the themes and some content pointers.
The AnyLogic Conference 2019 made clear how simulation modeling continues to empower all kinds of industries from all around the world. The exciting progress being made in machine learning and its strengthening relationship with simulation also featured strongly throughout the event. Here we have gathered the presentations for download and also posted some photos!
In response to changes in industry, there are changes to this year’s AnyLogic Conference. In a way, this mirrors the relationship developing between simulation and machine learning – each benefiting from the input and feedback of each other. Read on for the conference low-down...
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.
A very well-attended WinterSim Conference in Gothenburg, Sweden, celebrated simulation as a noble cause. Attendees were up on 2017 with over 800 conference goers taking part in the four-day event, and AnyLogic enjoyed its best year yet. Here are a few notes, highlights, photos, and a video.
It’s the end of 2018, the numbers are in, and these are our top 5 most popular articles of the year. Including some great contributions from the community. Take a look! What are your favorites? Did you miss any? Jesús Madrid Varela and Christian Moller Corral developed a model that proved popular around...