How does SimPlan ensure that the model corresponds to reality?
This is the most important question in a project, because the credibility of the results is essential for customer satisfaction. Our claim is to match 98% of reality, as far as we can measure.
This means that the simulation model must of course correspond to reality. But how do we achieve this?
The basis for our work is the guideline VDI 3633 – for us “the simulator’s bible”.
This describes a procedure model, how a process or a project is to be carried out.
There is also a second guideline, Verification and Validation (V&V for short), which we take very much to heart. V&V involves a recurring testing step in all project phases to ensure that the data is appropriately validated. So you can already see via the animation whether the process is mapped correctly.
And through all these steps, we then achieve that 98%+ accuracy in our models. So at the end of the day, we can make recommendations to our customers with a clear conscience on how to run and operate the systems.
By the way, we offer training on the V&V model.
You can find more details here: https://www.simplan.de/schulung-verifikation-validierung/