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Webinar follow-up: Simulation Project Life Cycle


Webinar follow-up: Simulation Project Life Cycle

Building a successful simulation project is a complex endeavor that can lead to failure if proper tools and best practices are not used. The webinar objective was to discuss, for each phase of a project, how to optimize your chances of resolving a business problem you are facing.

This guest blog by Felipe Haro of Noorjax Consulting follows his AnyLogic Project Life Cycle webinar. The webinar goes deep into how best to manage simulation projects and can be found at the foot of the blog. This blog provides simulation project management context and introduces the main themes of the webinar.

AnyLogic and AnyLogic Cloud releases update MHL, API, UI, and more


AnyLogic and AnyLogic Cloud releases update MHL, API, UI, and more

Before a festive break code freeze, updates for both AnyLogic and AnyLogic Cloud arrived. Contained within them were several improvements that we'll take a look at in this blog.

For AnyLogic, we introduced new rack functionality for the Material Handling Library and added file output capability for models exported to AnyLogic Cloud. While for AnyLogic Cloud, we added enterprise features, made user experience improvements, and increased security. Let’s take a look!

How leading automotive producers improve with simulation


How leading automotive producers improve with simulation

The world’s leading automotive manufacturers use simulation modeling to optimize production line processes, improve scheduling, create forecasts, and integrate new technologies. Using simulation modeling helps them stay at the forefront of innovation and avoid costly mistakes.

Here are five case studies that highlight the different areas automotive manufacturers apply AnyLogic’s multi-method simulation modeling.

How to win at AnyLogic on Stack Overflow


How to win at AnyLogic on Stack Overflow

Which skill do you need again and again throughout your career? Without this skill, you will forever wonder why you do not progress, why others do not seem to be helpful. With it, things will flow easily, be fun and others will love to help you.

This skill is a secret superpower that some use to their advantage, while others never master it. This skill is especially important when learning technical skills such as simulation modelling, or AnyLogic in particular. Read on...

What happened at the AnyLogic Conference 2021?


What happened at the AnyLogic Conference 2021?

The AnyLogic Conference 2021 was online and presented a record number of cutting-edge simulation models from world-leading organizations to 2000 participants from over 100 countries. Starting in the Tokyo morning and continuing non-stop to the Californian afternoon, for 24 hours, on September 23 the conference followed the sun and gave simulation modelers around the world an opportunity to connect and learn simulation modeling at the cutting-edge.

Here are the presentation slides and recordings...

Python scripting in AnyLogic


Python scripting in AnyLogic

At AnyLogic Conference 2021, Python came to the fore in a presentation by Principal Software Engineer Nikolay Churkov. He informed attendees about ongoing research into making Python a second native scripting language in AnyLogic.

Presently in a preview state, the experimental version of AnyLogic 8 is available for a limited number of users. If you are interested in taking part in the trials of using Python as the scripting language for user code fields, read on!