Simio modeled the logistics of Cosan, a Brazil agriculture manufacture, and was able to predict a reduction in a capital expenditure saving over $500,000!
With the aid of Simio, Vancouver Airport Authority was able to see that the introduction of kiosks for customs increased capacity, reduced strain, and saved over $100,000,000!
Shell Gulf of Mexico chose Simio because the scheduling tool was built on a spatially aware, discrete event simulator that was capable of assessing risks with schedules.
Simio helped BAE Systems meet production deadlines and now is used for a variety of forecasting and scheduling challenges including decreasing overtime.
To aid in the production, Nissan relied on Simio's discrete-event simulation software to validate the layout of assembly lines in the auto maker's Barcelona plant.
Nebraska Medical Center was able to model in Simio and identified improvements, such as, increasing operating room utilization and reducing surgeon and patient travel distances.
I like how fast Simio is when I run experiments because it uses all the [processing] cores on my computer. 'Boom' and it is done!Anna Palmerius, Project Engineer, SAPA Group - Sweden
The ability to test the planned facilities under various conditions enabled us to understand the different tradeoffs...Simio was worth our investment.Louis Roy, AECOM Senior Airport Planner