- China National Offshore Oil Corporation
- Beijing Research Center of Urban System Engineering
- Hisense Transtech
With their own models, they demonstrated how to handle business issues using the AnyLogic simulation tool.
Along with Alena Beloshapko, we showcased international simulation modeling projects for transportation, manufacturing, logistics, and pedestrian traffic. You can find some of them on our website.
- Internal Rail Logistics Simulation for the Port of Le Havre
- Passenger Flow Simulation at Frankfurt Airport
- Crossing the English Channel with AnyLogic
At the workshops, conference participants learned more about new AnyLogic libraries for various business areas. AnyLogic road traffic library, for example, allows users to simulate vehicle traffic on roads, highway traffic, street traffic, on-site transportation at manufacturing sites, or any other systems with vehicles, roads, and lanes. The library supports detailed modeling of vehicle movement on roads suitable for modeling. Watch our webinar video to find out more about the library.
The conference also spotlighted anyLogistix, the software for supply chain optimization, network design, and analysis. It was powered by AnyLogic and successfully applied by international companies.
We also visited the annual international conference, Simulation Expo, in Beijing, where educational, healthcare, energy, and defense companies shared simulation modeling experience. Watch the news video from the conference.
Don’t miss our next event, look at the schedule on the website. Those who want to learn AnyLogic fundamentals, join us at AnyLogic training in Chicago, IL on November, 30–December, 2.