Using SIMUL8 Memorial Health System ensured the feasibility of a $31 million OR expansion project by determining the appropriate facilities layout for its new OR expansion project to optimize the flow of patients.
The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles utilized SIMUL8 to identify a more efficient staffing model, capable of reducing average customer waiting times to 20 minutes or less across all 74 customer services centres.
The National Center for Food Protection and Defense has used SIMUL8 as a Risk Management tool to simulate the public health system's response in the event of a terrorist attack on the US food supply chain.
The NZIR needed to be able to plan staffing on a national rather than regional level. With SIMUL8 they were able to create an operational tool that lets senior management efficiently plan more than 2,000 staff.
Mount Sinai Hospital makes case for improving Maternity Services for uninsured women with SIMUL8. Using simulation, Mount Sinai Hospital were able to determine the number of beds they would need to plan for in order to ensure availability when patients needed them.
Using SIMUL8, Maasstad Hospital had the knowledge to implement the most effective method of performing BVO Colon screenings and by implementing small changes in planning, the hospital was able to optimize their current capacity.
Indesit Company used SIMUL8 to ensure the successful deployment of a new PLC conveyor system. The simulation gave a risk-free environment in which to test a wide range of control rules and find the best solution.
Using simulation Chep validated that their new automated line design was "right" and the investment in machinery and equipment would provide return. Simulation uncovered several design flaws that would have meant costly redesign.
The Mexican Foundation for Health (FUNSALUD) used SIMUL8 to understand the financial impact of childhood obesity and have highlighted where investment is required in services to cope with future demand.
Due to check-in area size constraints and for passenger convenience BAA needed a more efficient way to check-in travelers and decrease walking space requirements at the same time.SIMUL8 ensured that no passenger waited in line for more than 12 minutes.
SIMUL8 was used to help with the consideration of logistics for moving blades from a production facility with a relatively small storage area, located on an island a few miles offshore to an on-shore storage facility.
SIMUL8 was used to plan for the provision of emergency fire fighting in Norfolk during during a proposed strike action. In addition to aiding the achievement of arrival time targets the simulation also contributed towards saving lives.
SIMUL8 enabled Cheshire Police Force to predict the benefits of demand management decisions. It has been a key tool in designing their operational policing model and providing analytical confidence to drive change.