AnyLogic models now have a built-in fully integrated database
to read input data and write simulation output. The database is
exported with the model and is as portable and cross-platform as the
model itself. With the new database, you can:
The new Fluid Library allows you to efficiently simulate storage and transfer of fluids, bulk matter, or large amounts of discrete items, which you do not want to represent as separate objects.
AnyLogic Pedestrian Library has been upgraded with highly customizable escalator and zigzag (or serpentine) queue objects.
In addition to car, bike, and foot routing methods, AnyLogic GIS now offers routing by railways.
Vector graphics from imported shapefiles can now be automatically converted into AnyLogic markup elements, such as rail tracks, which can be used with the Rail Library.
Now if you hold the mouse pointer over a library element or a parameter, a window with quick help will pop up.
Distribution center, Gas Station