Although the word "trading" is usually associated with the stock market, in which Prescriptive Analytics is used extensively to optimize purchases and sales of securities such as stocks or bonds, it also exists in other markets, including energy.
The travelling salesman problem (TSP) consists on finding the shortest single path that, given a list of cities and distances between them, visits all the cities only once and returns to the origin city.
Prescriptive analytics was missing in this industry's transition to the 4.0 paradigm, in particular in the areas of production planning and scheduling.
We are delighted to communicate that Tomás Martínez Buero has joined the baobab team since September 1st.
As an supplement to his course at the UPM ETSII, our cofounder Dr. Álvaro García records and shares short videos and playlists on Operations Research, both in English and Spanish.
Last September 2nd, Álvaro García and Hugo Larzábal hosted a webinar sponsored by Gurobi aimed at planners in the Logistics, Transportation, Delivery, Courier or Travel, Tourism & Hospitality industries titled “How to synchronize complex routing operations (synched VRPs) with Gurobi”
The situations where an ambulance may be needed are potentially life-threatening. Improving the allocation of ambulances to their bases and guaranteeing response time is a problem worth solving by maths.
baobab collaborates with the UPM ETSII with the practices associated to the Ingenia subjects, namely a simulation project at the Ramón y Cajal University Hospital.
Today june 24th 2020 we received the official notification from the Ministry of Science and Innovation of Spain regarding baobab's joining the register of Innovative SMEs thanks to our R&D…
When money is invested in an application to achieve savings or increase the income of a company, it is convenient to estimate its Return of Investment to decide if acquiring or developing the application is worth it.