AnyLogic User Experience session videos: Material Handling Library developer showcase of current and upcoming features, including demos from John Deere and Tata Steel. Watch the videos and learn more!
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.
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.
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...
Upcoming features and functionality for AnyLogic 9 were previewed alongside AnyLogic 8.7 and AnyLogic Cloud developments at the online AnyLogic User Experience with MaxRad Software.
AnyLogic 9 will be a major update and many new details were revealed during the session from The AnyLogic Company CEO, Andrei Borshchev, Principle Software Engineer, Nikolai Churkov, and Head of AnyLogic Cloud Development, Alexander Rakulenko.
Here is the presentation recording with a follow-up question and answer session.
Presentations from industry leaders, including ITC Infotech, PwC, and TATA Steel, showed how AnyLogic simulations help deliver real-world solutions. Events took place in Bangalore, India and Doha, Qatar. Here is a short review and some presentation downloads, video recordings, and photos from the events. Read on!
Did you or your team help solve a major business problem using AnyLogic products? We invite you to submit an abstract to be considered to present at The AnyLogic Conference 2020 in Nashville, Tennessee! Previous presenters featured projects from simulation specialists in Consulting and Strategy as well as industries such as Finance, Manufacturing, Aerospace, Artificial Intelligence, and so many more.
Read on, get the details, and join us in Nashville!
The relationship between simulation and artificial intelligence is increasingly close, especially for deep reinforcement learning. The AnyLogic Company CEO, Dr. Andrei Borshchev, explores this trend in Using Simulation to Train and Test Artificial Intelligence for Business Applications, a presentation given at the GE EDGE & Controls Symposium 2019 in Niskayuna, NY.
Here is a brief summary of the video recording with links. Check it out and see how AI and simulation are developing together...
The recent AnyLogic workshop in Kawasaki demonstrated the continued growth and importance of simulation modeling throughout multiple industries in Japan.
At the event, organized with TechSupport Management Inc., attendees received practical training on how to build the right models for their needs. Over the two days of the workshop, the sessions focused on Material Handling, Pedestrian simulation, and the use of GIS in modeling. Read on and see the photos...
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.