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Visagio Uses AnyLogic for Simulation Modeling Projects 01.09.2016 Egor Yakovlev

We have much pleasure in announcing that Anylogic has partnered with the international consultancy firm Visagio. Visagio is a fast growing operational implementation specialist with offices in Brazil, UK, Russia, Turkey and Australia. Visagio will be enhancing its client projects by employing AnyLogic's solution set, particularly the necessary methods and modelling language needed to simulate even the most complex operational situations prior to optimizing them.
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CSCMP - Emerging Leader Award 30.08.2016 Rene Reiter

Congratulations to Paul Rohrbaugh recipient of the Emerging Leader Award presented on behalf of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP). Paul is President of Stering Simulation, an AnyLogic Partner who specializes in customized operational efficiency solutions. The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) has been the leading worldwide professional association dedicated to education, research, and the advancement of the supply chain management profession. CSCMP members are the leading practitioners and authorities in the fields of logistics and supply chain management.
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Controlling Sea Lice Infestations on Farmed Atlantic Salmon 27.08.2016 Rene Reiter

Sea lice, Lepeophtheirus salmonis (Krøyer), are a well-documented parasite of farmed salmonids; infestations can be costly as a result of chemical treatments to salmonids as well as loss of fish due to mortality and morbidity. Some medicinal treatments have been pursued by the salmon industry to control sea lice infestations on farms, but these methods are expensive, stressful to salmon, have detrimental environmental impacts, and can be hazardous to workers. A team from The University of Prince Edward Island, the Centre for Veterinary and Epidemiological Research, and the Atlantic Veterinary College developed an agent-based model to simulate the effects of cleaner fish on sea lice loads of farmed salmonids.
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Fluid Library Orientation Part 4 - Advanced Features and Hints 23.08.2016 Gregory Monakhov

Previous posts on Fluid Library proved that it is a useful tool for modeling objects, containing liquids and friable materials. Today I will tell you about advanced features of the library and I hope they will help you explore AnyLogic and improve your skills. Enjoy reading!
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Fluid Library Orientation Part 3 - Gas Station Model 18.08.2016 Gregory Monakhov

For those, who want to advance the skills in AnyLogic Fluid library, we are offering the 3rd part of the tutorial that will guide you through the main features of Fluid library and show you its advantages. In our previous post we built a model of chocolate factory, today you'll learn how to use the library for creating simple process charts and build a model of gas station. You'll also find out how to merge the flows in the Fluid library. Enjoy reading!
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AnyLogic 7.3.5 Released 15.08.2016 Rene Reiter

Great news AnyLogic users, we recently released AnyLogic 7.3.5. In addition to general bug fixes in this version you will also find the following improvements: • New fully complete and tutorial-focused example models: Oil Terminal, Schedule Created Programmatically, Create Rail Yard by Code, Create Network by Code. • New GIS maps: If your models were built using MapQuest, connect to the Internet to update them. • New Road Traffic Library Features View the full list of updates on AnyLogic.com.
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Fluid Library Orientation Part 2 – Chocolate Production 12.08.2016 Gregory Monakhov

Welcome to Part 2 of the Fluid Library orientation, which showcases an example model of chocolate production. Mainly, the model illustrates how to use different tanks, including Regular tank, Mix tank, and Process tank. Also, it shows how to design a branch fluid flowchart with Split, Merge, Select Input, and Select Output blocks. Transportation is performed with pipelines and conveyors. Finally, each 0.5 kilogram of prepared mass forms a chocolate bar, an agent of the Process Modeling Library.
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Road Traffic Library Webinar Materials 30.07.2016 Rene Reiter

Thank you for your interest in the Road Traffic Library Webinar on July 27th. We hope the webinar was interesting to you and met your expectations. If you were unable to attend the live webinar, you may access the recorded webinar and accompanying materials on the Educational Videos page of AnyLogic.com. Please let us know how we can enhance your webinar experience by completing this short survey. If you have further questions regarding the webinar material, please contact support@anylogic.com and we will promptly reply.
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Join us for the AnyLogic Conference 2016 20.07.2016 Rene Reiter

Join the AnyLogic community November 16th and 17th, 2016 in Nashville, TN, USA to see how AnyLogic Software is successfully applied across multiple industries, experience innovative ideas for Simulation Modeling, and expand your application vision of using AnyLogic Software. In addition to presentations from globally-recognized organizations, the Conference includes exclusive networking opportunities with industry thought-leaders and three unique workshops designed to stretch your AnyLogic Software knowledge. Two workshops Wednesday morning, prior to Conference registration and presentation proceedings, and one Thursday afternoon, dedicated to anyLogistix. You must register to attend the workshops; due to an overwhelming response and limited seats, we will not accept walk-ins. Year after year we continue to build a program that utilizes a broad range of our most engaged customers and partners, ensuring a collaborative and robust event. View the preliminary program on our conference webpage.
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What’s new in AnyLogic 7.3? Fluid library Orientation, Part 1 14.07.2016 Gregory Monakhov

Striving to bring you increased capabilities and features, AnyLogic continues to broaden vertical solutions inside the product. AnyLogic 7.3 brings enhanced Fluid Library and new Road Traffic Library. In this post, I will highlight Fluid library, its functionality, and main features, with a brief walkthrough. The Fluid Library has been already used in real projects that prove its efficiency. It is Modeling and Optimization of Wells Scheduling for In Situ Oil Sands Production model, developed by Stream System. The simulation challenge was presented at AnyLogic Conference 2015. This post should help answer the following question: why and when I should use the Fluid library instead of Process Modeling library (and sometimes instead of System Dynamics). [...]
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