AnyLogic Contest #3 – Automated Pallet Rack System

The contest is over and the winners are Guilherme Heinen with this model and Maximilian Selmair with this model, who acheived Level 4. Introduction Pallet Racks in the industry often use automated systems to move pallets around. But AnyLogic doesn’t have any built-in functionality to add these complexities to a process and modelers need to rely on […]



AnyLogic Contest #2 – Forklift Transportation

The competition is over with the winner Maximilian Selmair as the winner, winning $200 with the best model at level 2. Thanks to all the other participantsLevel 2Elie AbboudPatrick WöheAqeel TariqLevel 1Ankit SahayGonzalo Vladimir Contreras Martinez Introduction One of the most common processes in any warehouse is the movement of objects using forklifts, and these forklifts are operated[…]



AnyLogic Contest #1- Bulk Transportation

Bulkdozer Transportation – AnyLogic Contest The AnyLogic contest #1 is over and we are pleased to announce the winners Emile Zankoul and Pavel Lelis who won $100 usd each. The models they created can be found here for Pavel: https://lnkd.in/eT82Y6p9 here for Emile: https://lnkd.in/etbDDrRc There were only 5 participants, and these are the only 2 models that fulfilled the minimum requirements[…]



Discrete Events Simulation Models – Creativity Exercise

Wether you use AnyLogic, Arena, Simio, FlexSim or any other simulations Software in the market, when you develop a  model using the discrete-events paradigm, you will get access to a number of blocks that you can connect with each other to generate a flow with agents or entities flowing from one block to the next. In AnyLogic[…]