Simio's rapid modeling framework lets you quickly evaluate alternatives to reduce risk and maximize the impact of your investments in new equipment or processes.
"...what gives a tool value is flexibility...
Simio provides me greater flexibility with the addition of 3D animation."
John T. Carson, Staff Operations Engineer,
Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company
Use Simio's patent pending Risk-based Planning and Scheduling (RPS) tools to employ the same model used for facility design to also plan/schedule critical resources and assess the associated risk and cost in daily operations.
Simio provides an immersive 3D experience without the added cost and complexity. Use for even complex process simulation.
Simio was created by the inventors of Arena Simulation and is backed by an experienced team of consultants and partners around the world.
Use these short videos to explore the Simio difference and see why so many professional and novice simulationists are changing to Simio.
Now you can extend the use of your facility model to also plan and schedule your daily operations. Simio not only helps you improve your business performance from a facility design perspective, but also helps you maximize business results by optimizing your daily use of critical resources and assessing the risk/cost associated with your daily operational decisions. Custom tailor reports, graphs, and tables for use by production schedulers. Reduce your risk and costs with production scheduling software providing analysis never before possible.
Simio Scheduling Edition provides planners and schedulers with a customized interface including the planning software they need to get the most out of your facility. Scheduling Edition allows generating schedules, performing risk and cost analysis, investigating potential improvements, and viewing 3D animations. Requires that an Enterprise Edition be used to create the model and customize the interface seen by schedulers.
Click here to learn more about using Simio's Risk-based Production Planning and Scheduling software.
Simio invites you to submit a case study to the 2015 WinterSim Conference. Gain professional exposure as you share your innovating real world solutions that you have modeled in Simio!
Simio attended the 2015 IIE Annual Conference & Expo at the Renaissance Hotel in Nashville, TN. The show allowed Simio LLC to connect with users of their simulation product as well as new prospects.
Simio is excited to announce the winners of the May 2015 Student Case Competition. JacketSim consisting of Dennis Siedlak and Paul Schlais from Georgia Institute of Technology placed first out of 70 teams.
Simio LLC has partners selling and supporting others with Simio software around the globe and, every year, they announce a Partner of the Year. The Partner of the Year displays great Simio software sales and represents the brand well.
As "Cloud Computing" becomes a bigger force in business, Simio CEO and Founder, Dennis Pegden, PhD., was invited to present at the NIST Workshop on Open Cloud Architectures for Smart Manufacturing. As stated on the NIST website, the purpose of the workshop was "an initial event for manufacturers and providers of IoT technologies, cloud platforms, and services to share their visions, and identify and prioritize barriers, forming a basis for focused follow-on events."
To help the combined cause of promoting the next generation of simulation creators, MOSIMTEC is offering an annual grant to the MSVE program to cover the cost of purchasing Simio software and Simio textbooks for students.
IIE Lean & Six Sigma
July 13-31, 2015 - Online - Diamond Head Associates, Inc
July 14-16, 2015 - Washington, DC - MOSIMTEC
July 16, 2015 - Brisbane Australia - Solosi
July 21-23, 2015 - Vancouver, BC - MOSIMTEC
August 4, 2015 - Beijing, China - Solosi
August 5-7, 2015 - Beijing, China - Solosi
August 10-12, 2015 - Brisbane, Australia - Solosi
Open - Online - Evirtual
Monthly - Frankfurt or Koln, Germany - KIME
Bi-Monthly - Istanbul, Turkey - Dijitalis
Open - Online - Simio LLC