How can you define different colors for 3D objects in AnyLogic? This video will show a flexible approach for changing the colors of the cars in the 3D gas station example model that comes included with AnyLogic.
In 2017, we released AnyLogic Cloud to the public. With a userbase of around 10,000 modelers, it is now the largest public online platform for people working in simulation.
The public version of the service is available to everyone, allowing them to run models and experiments. Online models and experiment results can be shared online and run from a browser. The platform leverages the advantages of cloud computing: this way complex experiments are performed faster than on a regular computer, and the quality of animation depends minimally on the power of your device.
The Winter Simulation Conference from INFORMS is a major event each year on the simulation modeling calendar. The event brings together leading simulation modeling practitioners, academics, and software vendors.
AnyLogic simulation software is longstanding favorite at the conference, with the software featuring in more case studies than any other simulation modeling tool. Here are presentation and workshop highlights, including videos and papers.
If you are simulating the movement of trains, the operation of railway junctions, or rail systems in general, we recommend watching our Rail Library webinar.
The webinar focuses on the specialized AnyLogic library for modeling and simulating rail operations. Presented by DSE Consulting, AnyLogic’s UK partner, the webinar gives an overview of the Rail Library, provides industrial case studies, and explores new AI possibilities.
The intersection of simulation and artificial intelligence (AI) was the subject of AnyLogic’s AI workshop at the 2020 Winter Simulation Conference. This intersection is benefiting the technologies themselves and providing businesses with new insights and decision support.
Read the summary and watch the workshop recording to learn more about the technology and concepts involved in combining simulation and AI.
In this blog, we gather five stand-out blogs from the past year – the unusual year that was 2020.
During the year, the simulation community responded well to various challenges of the year and produced some outstanding simulation models and content. Our team also advanced AnyLogic to version 8.7, updated the Big Book of Simulation Modeling with new chapters, and brought new developments to the cloud platform. Read on!
Every year is unique and 2020 was no exception. Reviewing the blog, it is clear that the simulation community responded well to many of the pandemic related challenges and continued with inspiring work throughout the year. In this review, see some of what defined 2020 for AnyLogic and how much there is to look forward to 2021.
The AnyLogic Cloud version 2.2.x releases have given organizations that use simulation modeling an integrated environment for model management and execution. The new features in these releases upgrade simulation accessibility, security, and performance.
This blog post will look at how simulation models are managed by AnyLogic Cloud and highlight various new features up to the current 2.2.2 release.
We participated in WinterSim 2020 – the largest professional conference dedicated to simulation. During the conference, participants presented and discussed how they use simulation modeling in business and science, and software companies shared simulation modeling product innovations.
Our main presentation this year was about AnyLogic 9.0, a significant update to the simulation modeling software which we will release in 2021. Here are some of the new features to look forward to in the coming 9.x releases...
In this article, we introduce the broad field of predictive analytics, its connection with machine learning, and how simulation works as a predictive analytics technology.
Why use predictive analytics? Good question. Predictive analytics is about making forecasts based on historical data. Practitioners analyze past events with statistical algorithms and machine learning techniques to produce probabilities and predictions for systems in the future. Almost everyone is subject to and may benefit from predictive analytics. Learn more...