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Webinar: Model-based decision support with Scenario Navigator

Updated: Oct 29, 2020

Thank you for joining us on Systems Navigator Live Webinar on how to take full advantage of "Model-based decision support with Scenario Navigator".

The webinar took place on October, 28 2020 and we had 2 sessions available:

- 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM CEST

- 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM CEST


- We used GoToWebinar

- There was time reserved for Q&A

- A survey was distributed after the webinar.


- Welcome and introduction

- Scenario Navigator overview

- Model-based decision support

- Comparing scenario results using parallel coordinates

- Planning & scheduling with the interactive resource chart

- Drawing networks for model design

- Feedback & questions

About Scenario Navigator

Launched in 2003, Scenario Navigator was the first software dedicated for scenario management of simulation models. Back then, the usual interface to simulation models was an MS Excel spreadsheet. Sharing models with multiple users proved to be difficult, which led to the development of Scenario Navigator. Initial functionality included; user interface, results visualization & scenario management. Since 2009 this functionality became available in the cloud, and has been extended with; model hosting, auditing, scenario management & comparison. The platform enables simulation experts to turn their models into applications that can be used for operational decision support. The software has evolved from a tool that supports experimentation to a cloud-based platform that can be part of a Digital Twin. Many leading companies have already embraced Scenario Navigator technology to successfully deploy simulation and optimization models in the cloud, giving their business users and analysts easy access to the power of advanced decision support.

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