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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 7.3.2 Released! 02.05.2016 Rene Reiter

In addition to critical bug fixes, version 7.3.2 contains the following improvements: - AnyLogic PLE no longer requires an activation key. Removing the activation key is meant for easier installation in a classroom with a large number of computers. There is no need to wait for, and enter an activation key, just download and run! - USB key (dongle) is fully functional on the Mac OS. - University Researcher now has a server license allowing for team licenses at the University Researcher level. - Starting with the next version, updates will take place in "silent" mode, and will be available in one click (except PLE).

AnyLogic 7.3.1 Released 09.03.2016 Rene Reiter

Consistent with our usual practice, shortly after releasing 7.3, we have released 7.3.1, a cleaner version with bug fixes and small improvements. Our goal is to make the process of upgrading to the newest version as seamless as possible and to remove any possible barriers. If you haven't yet, proceed in downloading 7.3.1.

Road Map and New Product Development Videos 23.02.2016 Rene Reiter

This year’s AnyLogic Conference allowed us to capture Andrei Borshchev, CEO, Nikolay Churkov, Head of Development, and Timofey Popkov, Director of Business Development providing an overview of new features and what to expect from AnyLogic’s near future. Now, these video presentations are available for your review on our YouTube channel. The videos cover Built-in Database, Fluid Library, Pedestrian Library and GIS improvements, Road Traffic Library and anyLogistix, our newest product powered by AnyLogic but specific to the supply chain and logistics application area.

AnyLogic 7.3 Released! 19.02.2016 Rene Reiter

The main new feature added is the Road Traffic Library. The Road Traffic Library allows you to simulate vehicle traffic on roads. The library supports detailed physical level modeling of vehicle movement. Each vehicle represents an agent that can have its behavioral patterns inside. The library allows the users to simulate: • Vehicle movement on roads, taking into account driving regulations. • Traffic lights, pedestrian crossings, and priorities at junctions. • Parking lots and parking by the road side. • Public transport movements.

AnyLogic 7 Released! 31.01.2014 Rene Reiter

Making the best tool even better...welcome to AnyLogic 7. AnyLogic7 is released! After a very successful Beta program, AnyLogic 7 is available to the general public for upgrade or purchase. Our development team worked diligently listening to our customers and incorporating new features, enhancements, functionality, and customer recommendations into our latest release. Congratulations to the team for their tremendous work.