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AnyLogic 8: Simulation Analytics in the Cloud 31.03.2017 Rene Reiter

Introducing the newest version, AnyLogic 8 with AnyLogic Cloud technology. Download NOW! AnyLogic 8 with AnyLogic Cloud allows you to upload your models to the Cloud. Once in the Cloud, you can run and access your models from a web browser on ANY device (tablet, phone, etc.), compare results, create custom dashboards, and then perform experiments by running multiple simulations in parallel. The AnyLogic Cloud takes collaboration to the next level, allowing you to easily share models, discuss scenarios, and store models for future use. Your clients will thank you and your colleagues will work with renewed efficiency.

Disaster Management Aid Simulation 23.03.2017 Rene Reiter

In the wake of a disaster, natural or otherwise, a power outage can cause residual damage and hardships. To reduce the length of power outages, utility companies often have mutual aid agreements in place. Mutual aid agreements provide a mechanism to acquire emergency assistance quickly in the form of materials, equipment, personnel and other relevant services. There are many factors that drive the deployment of assistance during a disaster (i.e. distance, urgency, cost, extent of damage, etc.) To help utility companies make better, faster decisions, York University applied simulation modeling with AnyLogic software to manage the process of mutual assistance. Learn more via the case study or recorded presentations from AnyLogic Conference 2015.

Outpatient Appointment Scheduling 08.03.2017 Rene Reiter

Indiana University Health Arnett (IUHA) is an integrated healthcare system which consists of a full service acute care hospital and a multispecialty clinic with approximately 200 providers at numerous locations. In the past, provider schedules were driven by individual preference which led to increased variation in scheduling rules that failed to meet employer or patient expectations. To better serve patients and maintain provider approval, IUHA sought to develop a scheduling methodology that provides same day access for a designated patient population while allowing acceptable access to the remaining patient population.