General process optimization in production and logistics
Use mathematical optimization method with ILOG
Use mathematical optimization method with ILOG
Combine optimization with simulation
Combine optimization with simulation
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Case study
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Optimization generally means maximizing or minimizing the targets (cost, profit, time, etc.) and thus finding the process variables that ensure the best result.
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Analyze demand, variations, inventory, delivery times Achieve even greater effectiveness with the same delivery times

Verification in advance

If it is in your interest we combine mathematical process optimization with process simulation. This means that the almost optimally calculated process values with a wide variety of interference influences are tested live in dynamic simulation. In this way, other important "what if" findings are collected before the realization of the plant begins.

Varied applications

In doing so, we solve complex routing, scheduling, as well as the entire range of linear, integrity and nonlinear problems: best positioning of vehicles and empty containers between demand stations optimized plant battery times for many workpieces, tools and optional operations (see also the example below) the best selection of x products, y operations on z machines.

Successful implementation

In the example above, we show an automatic system with handling robots that processes products sequentially one after another (the sequence and time tolerances are very strict). First, the cycle times were determined with process optimization, then the system was simulated with the previously calculated sequence to verify if the handling units can do this schedule, if there are no weak points in the system.

Conquer new ways with mathematical innovations

In operations research, there is an abundance of optimization methods that can be selected depending on the complexity, the desired solution quality and the amount of calculation required. Mathematical optimization methods solve entrepreneurial tasks with millions of ancillary conditions (constraints) and decision variables (order situation, machine occupancy, routing, scheduling, etc.). This allows us to quickly find the best settings for the given target function. IBM's ILOG Optimization Studio uses one of the fastest and most reliable implementations of basic algorithms to solve sophisticated mathematical optimization tasks.
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Effective process optimization in production and logistics is more important than ever in complex organizational structures. Decision makers have to: anticipate best case, expected case and worst-case scenarios understand trade-offs, bottlenecks and inconsistencies Develop plans (including schedules) that can be dynamically adjusted in operations.
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General process optimization in production and logistics
Use mathematical optimization method with ILOG
Use mathematical optimization method with ILOG
Combine optimization with simulation
Combine optimization with simulation
Optimization process with ILOG Analyze demand, variations, inventory, delivery times Achieve even greater effectiveness with the same delivery times

Varied applications

In doing so, we solve complex routing, scheduling, as well as the entire range of linear, integrity and nonlinear problems: best positioning of vehicles and empty containers between demand stations optimized plant battery times for many workpieces, tools and optional operations (see also the example below) the best selection of x products, y operations on z machines.

Conquer new ways with mathematical

innovations

In operations research, there is an abundance of optimization methods that can be selected depending on the complexity, the desired solution quality and the amount of calculation required. IBM's ILOG Optimization Studio uses one of the fastest and most reliable implementations of basic algorithms to solve sophisticated mathematical optimization tasks.
Simulation checks process optimization
Tell us what requirements has your project and we help you find a good solution to realize it.
Contact              us
Contact us
Order sequence optimization Do you have further questions to your projects? Case study
Case study
Use and benefits of process optimization
Use and benefits of process optimization
Effective process optimization in production and logistics is more important than ever in complex organizational structures. Decision makers have to: anticipate best case, expected case and worst- case scenarios understand trade-offs, bottlenecks and inconsistencies Develop plans (including schedules) that can be dynamically adjusted in operations.
Effective process optimization

Verification in advance

If it is in your interest we combine mathematical process optimization with process simulation. This means that the almost optimally calculated process values with a wide variety of interference influences are tested live in dynamic simulation. In this way, other important "what if" findings are collected before the realization of the plant begins.

Successful implementation

In the example above, we show an automatic system with handling robots that processes products sequentially one after another (the sequence and time tolerances are very strict). First, the cycle times were determined with process optimization, then the system was simulated with the previously calculated sequence to verify if the handling units can do this schedule, if there are no weak points in the system.
Optimization generally means maximizing or minimizing the targets (cost, profit, time, etc.) and thus finding the process variables that ensure the best result.
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