SCM Globe participated in a proof of concept project for the U.S. Defense Health Agency. We added a logistics dimension to other virtual reality (VR) training simulations. Other VR training simulations simulated treating a wounded soldier at a point of injury (POI); or evacuating wounded soldiers by
SCM Globe lets you quickly define any supply chain, run it in simulations, and see how well it works. You keep improving the design until you get the best performance. Follow these four steps - it will start to seem like second nature - you will start looking at all supply chains using these four
THE MAIN IDEA: All supply chains are composed of combinations of just four entities: Products; Facilities; Vehicles; and Routes. If icons for these entities are shown on a map-based graphical user interface (GUI), then is easy to create a very accurate model of any supply chain anywhere in the
Early this year we were contacted by a team of engineering students in Singapore who inquired about using our supply chain simulations to help them prepare for a regional supply chain contest: Dear Michael, My name is Tay Jia Shin and I am writing on behalf of our team consisting of Timothy Chu,
Supply chain capabilities are guided by the decisions you make regarding the five supply chain drivers. Each of these drivers can be developed and managed to emphasize responsiveness or efficiency depending on changing business requirements. As you investigate how a supply chain works, you learn
Information technology is merging with traditional technologies used in manufacturing and supply chain operations. Traditional technologies such as machines that make products in factories, forklift trucks that move products within warehouses, and vehicles that deliver products to customers are all
The U.S. Department of Defense is embarking on an initiative to create a more agile and adaptable medical force. Healthcare depends on medical logistics, and military medical logistics needs to change and adapt to handle a future environment characterized by volatility, uncertainty and complexity.
Supply chain simulations are usually so complicated only a few experts know how to use them. But SCM Globe simulations are both easy and accurate. That makes them useful to a wide audience of academic, professional and business people. Anyone wishing to teach about supply chains, or analyze the