For Immediate Release

Marketing Contact:

Eric Howard

2015 WinterSim Conference Case Study Track Now Open!

Sewickley, PA – June 16, 2015. 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! This track was a huge success in 2014 and Simio expects even more participants this year. "The case study track is a great way to gain exposure in the simulation field," said Renee Thiesing, Simio Senior Applications Engineer and WinterSim Case Study Track Coordinator, "I am excited to see the all of the great Simio models and solutions!"

How to Submit:

  1. Submit a two page extended abstract that includes: description of the problem, the simulation methods used, the results, and the impact/benefits of the project. For more information on the submission process, visit the WinterSim Submission Overview.
  2. If you are selected, you will be invited to give a 30 minute presentation at this year's conference in Huntington Beach, CA.

Note: The deadline for submission is August 17, 2015.

For more information, visit the case studies website or view the 2014 WinterSim case studies archives.

WinterSim 2015


About Simio LLC

Simio LLC is a privately held company that is dedicated to delivering leading edge solutions for the design, emulation, and scheduling of complex systems.

Simio LLC was founded in 2005 by a highly experienced team. Founder and CEO of Simio LLC, C. Dennis Pegden, Ph.D., has over three decades experience in simulation and scheduling and has been widely recognized as an industry leader. He led in the development of SLAM (marketed by Pritsker and Associates) and then founded Systems Modeling Corporation. Dennis led the creation of the market-leading simulation products SIMAN® and Arena®, as well as, the finite capacity scheduling product Tempo. Now Simio is a market leading, 4th generation simulation product with patents for flexible object design and scheduling risk analysis. Simio object design eliminates text based coding for building models and planners can predict the risk in their detailed production schedules. Simio’s unified model works for both facility design and managing daily operations. To learn more, visit Simio.