If you are looking for Flexsim, you have come to the right place. We explain what Flexsim is and point you to the official download.
What is Flexsim?
FlexSim is real-time simulation software capable of adapting to multiple applications in a variety of fields. The program has lent itself to simulations for industrial assembly line designs, logistical planning and layouts, tests on planned transport infrastructure, and more. Some of the corporations that have used it include Coca-Cola, FedEx, and Boeing. The program’s nearly infinite capacity for adjusting to different simulation contexts is the trait from which part of its name derives. The ultimate stated goal of the simulations that can be run on it is the optimization of system designs and the achievement of maximum possible efficiency or productivity (as measured in each specific application, of course).
FlexSim makes use of a highly realistic OpenGL environment for its visuals. Its support for 3D visualizations makes it possible to include professional-level charts and graphic elements in projects. It can import data from databases and spreadsheets for use in simulation analysis and a host of other utilities such as the Experimenter (a replication tool where simulation tests can be repeated with user-prompted modifications to specified variables, after which results are collated and compared) and an optimization tool that aids users in learning which scenarios would lead to the preferred results.
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File types supported by Flexsim
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Last updated: : June 9, 2014