von Simio

4.5 / 5 98 Bewertungen

Wer nutzt diese Software?

Im Anlagendesign kannst du Alternativen vergleichen, Veränderungen analysieren und deine Investitionen absichern. In der Planung und Terminierung kannst du deine täglichen Betriebsabläufe verbessern und Zeit und Budget einhalten.

Durchschnittliche Bewertung

98 Bewertungen
  • Gesamt 4.5 / 5
  • Benutzerfreundlichkeit 4 / 5
  • Kundenservice 4.5 / 5
  • Funktionen 4.5 / 5
  • Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis 4.5 / 5


  • Kostenlose Version Ja
  • Kostenlose Testversion Ja
  • Einsatz Cloud, SaaS, Web
    Installiert - Windows
  • Training Persönlich
    Live Online
  • Kundenbetreuung Support während der Geschäftszeiten

Angaben zum Hersteller

  • Simio
  • Gegründet 2005

Über Simio

Simio Simulations- und Planungssoftware ( ist die fortschrittlichste Lösung auf dem Markt. Bei der Simulation ist es die einzige Software, die vollständig objektorientiert ist, wobei Prozess und Objekte grafisch ohne Programmierung definiert werden. Im Gegensatz zu anderer Planungssoftware ermöglicht dir Simio, Risiken in deinen Produktionsplan mit seiner patentierten risikobasierten Planung und Terminierung einzubringen.

Simio Funktionen

  • Automatisierte Terminplanung
  • Kapazitätsplanung
  • Materialbedarfsplanung MRP
  • Qualitätsmanagement
  • Terminplanung
  • Veränderungsmanagement
  • Was-wäre-wenn-Analyse
  • 3D-Modellierung
  • Agentenbasierte Modellierung
  • Bewegungs-Modellierung
  • Branchenspezifische Datenbank
  • Design-Analyse
  • Direkte Manipulation
  • Diskrete Event-Modellierung
  • Dynamische Modellierung
  • Grafische Modellierung
  • Kontinuierliche Modellierung
  • Monte-Carlo-Simulation
  • Präsentations-Tools
  • Stochastische Modellierung
  • Turbulenzmodellierung

Die hilfreichsten Reviews für Simio

Simulating with the Analyst in Mind

Mit Google übersetzen Bewertet am 9.11.2016
Colin A.
Quelle des Nutzers 
4 / 5
5 / 5
Eigenschaften & Funktionalitäten
4 / 5
5 / 5

Kommentare: It is very easy when building simulation models to focus on the visuals and forget the analysis. After all, we need to convince the stakeholders that the solution we propose will deliver what it says on the tin and what better way than to mesmerise them with animation. Actually, there is another way, demonstrate that all scenarios have been considered and with an inflated chest lay down the challenge, "tell me where I have gone wrong and I'll tell you what data I need to determine whether its fact or fiction". Simio like most major simulation engines allows 3D visualisation and what is nice is a simple press of the '2' and '3' keys smoothly transitions you from 2D to 3D respectively. Add Google Warehouse and importing 3DSMax files and decent visuals can be shown. Developers please add STP or IGES file format. This simulation engine seems to have been developed with not only the ability to quickly model with little to no code writing experience, but also empowers one to devise and quickly run scenarios that can answer the real questions and find those sensitive areas/ optimal solutions. The start of any simulation project should start with the agreed conceptual model. This boils down to possible resources and a general set of inputs that trigger delays and produce outputs. Simio supports this basic concept in its standard library of objects. The object orientated approach means that these basic objects can be modified by adding more detailed lower level processes or modifying original logic. Of course the model is an object that can be imported into another model. Gaining model acceptance is generally easier with collaboration, so showing the team their input has been incorporated in a way that resembles the conceptual model goes a long way. The power of discrete event simulation is its ability to handle random events. Simio has the standard list of distributions which using a form of intellitype is easy to define. Note to developers, it would be great if intellitype is available in all fields. Of course with distributions come replications, which using the Experiments function allow the analyst to create and execute scenarios using different user defined input parameters and compare results based on user defined KPIs. But Simio has another trick up its sleeve, using the Input Parameters tab and defining the distributions with the sample size, provides a neat way to analyse the impact the distribution has on specific result parameters.

Vorteile: Standard Library - Object Orientated approach to modelling means models can become objects in other models. Copy and Paste - Processes data, functions etc can be copied between models. Key Felds Data can be created like a database i.e. enter once use multiple times. External Data - Supports links with external data files such as CSV or excel. Easy Scenario Creation - Experiment function allows easy creation of multiple experiments and comparison of results.

Makes Simulation fun and easy

Mit Google übersetzen Bewertet am 5.4.2019
Samridh S.
Electrical Engineer II
Maschinenbau oder Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen, 501-1.000 Mitarbeiter
Verwendete die Software für: 1-5 Monate
Quelle des Nutzers 
4 / 5
5 / 5
Eigenschaften & Funktionalitäten
5 / 5
Wahrscheinlichkeit der Weiterempfehlung:
Unwahrscheinlich Äußerst wahrscheinlich

Kommentare: Simio is an extremely powerful tool and it really makes one's life so much easier for simulations. Simio also does have a workbook that has lot of exercises that one can go through and learn a lot about the software. Once one has their head grasped around the concept, this software can save time, money, effort and provide accuracy.

Vorteile: I absolutely love using Simio. It is such a powerful tool and it makes sense why the premium paid version is so expensive. However the biggest pro I see is that there is a free version that can be used which can help one understand the world of simulation. Simio has everything one needs to perform the complicated simulation process that otherwise would require us to write 100s of lines of code and make debugging difficult and daunting. I have been using Simio to do various distribution simulations such as uniform, exponential, triangular and so on and I don;t have to think how to do random number generation. Simio has so much more tool such as I love the reliability function where i can define what are likelihood of a machine failing and how much it would affect my throughput and productivity due to the varying repair times. The best part of Simio is that you can see the live simulation of your system in real time. Create a simulation for a M/M/1 queuing system to replicate a ice-cream store and watch how your customers arrival and service times affects your business. Fun part of simio is one can actually assing model entities with actual people and replace boxes with actual images which makes the presentation part of your system more engaging with the team. if you are a simulation guy/girl/business this software has everything one needs to validate, verify the architecture and answer questions that is not possible to be solved analytically.

Nachteile: It is lot of work to learn this software and there are not much resources online readily available. Most resources are integrated to Simio and so looking at videos provided by Simio and reading the help section is the way to go. The free software however cannot simulate really huge simulation system and at that point one needs to purchase the paid version. getting around the software is daunting and there are lot of aspects one needs to know to figure out how to create their system.

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