We have released AnyLogic 8.4, it is already available on our website. This release includes updates from the alpha version, as well as other features and new training models.
Read on and find out the about the new features, updates, models, and more in AnyLogic 8.4 and AnyLogic Cloud...
The phone call came in to support and went something like this: We’re developing a simulation model and need to share the insights it is providing with colleagues. We can’t upload it outside the company and aren’t ready for the Private Cloud. What can we do?
The new AnyLogic Cloud API expands the functionality and capabilities of the cloud service. Now you can create your own graphical interfaces for your models, embed them in HTML pages, and integrate models with BI platforms. Read on and find out the details…
Now you can embed your 2D and 3D simulation model animations directly into web pages, applications, and electronic documents. Read on and find out how.
The latest AnyLogic Cloud update enables you to embed 2D and 3D model animation in HTML: web sites, applications, and electronic documents. The embedded model window allows you to change the speed of the model, watch 2D animation and navigate through 3D scenes.
AnyLogic Cloud — the web service for hosting simulations online — has been updated. Professional and private tiers introduce advanced computing capabilities for high-speed simulation modeling.
These new services enable the analysis of the most demanding models and the resolution of complex business problems. Let’s take a closer look at how to accelerate your simulation modeling and harness the power of on-demand large-scale cloud computing.
UDES is designed for teaching the complex nature of city interactions, and also a method for representing them – agent based simulation.
It is an excellent example model, accessible to all, with both interactive and customizable elements. Let’s take a closer look…
RunTheModel.com has been serving AnyLogic users for six years as a platform for sharing simulation models. Today, Java applet technology, which RunTheModel is based on, is out of date and no longer supported in most web browsers.
To help you continue running models online, we have released AnyLogic Cloud, a free web service for online simulation analytics.