The bridge to reality
SimPlan is one of the leading German simulation services provider for material flow simulation. We support companies of all branches with extensive know-how, experience and modern methods in the optimisation of business processes
Our services range from the classic process simulation
to the support with the selection and implementation of simulation software.
Material flow simulation in planning and operation
With the help of a dynamic process simulation, which displays the complexity and dynamics realistically, the limits of a static examinations can be offset. In doing so already in the run-up the simulation facilitates an otherwise impossible transparency of the existing or planned processes as cause-effect relationships are clearly presented in the simulation model.
Thus very quickly and efficiently bottlenecks can be analysed and optimisation measures deduced, which can then be examined in a simulation model completely risk-free.
From logistics simulation to emulation
The fields of application of logistics simulation extend from feasibility studies at a very early point of time through support of the rough and detailed planning to the implementation and start-up phase of the logistics system.
Through application of simulation technology, in particular with logistics projects additional dependability can be gained and commissioning time saved, as all relevant processes can be evaluated and optimally co-ordinated in interaction at an early stage.
For all students! XJ Technologies, developer of the software AnyLogic, presents a modelling competition - please click here for more information and registration (external link - AnyLogic homepage)
New article online: Wireless and autonomous Agriculture Documentation System (LaSeKo Project)
SimPlan collaborated on five papers for Winter Simulation Conference, 12/2012:
Intelligent BIM-based Construction Scheduling
A Case Study on Simulation and Emulation of a New Case Picking System for a US-Based Wholesaler
Towards Assisted Input and Output Data Analysis in Manufacturing Simulation: The EDASIM Approach
An Approach of Methods for Increasing Flexibility in Green Supply Chains Driven by Simulation
The Shortest Path: Comparison of Different Approaches and Implementations for the Automatic Routing of Vehicles