Simulation of logistic systems in Python with salabim

Salabim can help to model complex logistic systems, like warehouses, ports, supply chains, hospitals

Ruud van der Ham

Engineering Robotics Use Case Visualization python

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Type: Poster session (45 mins); Python level: Intermediate; Domain level: Beginner

Ruud van der Ham

Upward Systems

I am a semi-retired logistics expert. I have a long history of simulation engineering, particularly in the field of container terminal (robotization). Nowadays I am still an independent simulation and IT consultant.
Besides that, I have always been a software developer, being one of the pioneers of Prestel emulators, a kind of predecessor of browsers. I have programmed in all kind of languages ranging from Algol to Z80 assembler. Python is my favourite language for a couple of years.
I am the core developer of an open-source discrete event simulation package, called salabim, which is used for all kind of application, ranging from warehouses, supply chains, ports, hospital logistics and network optimisation to material handling. Real-time animation is one of the strong points of this pure Python package.