You can also use the GFA experiment as the BFA experiment (Brownfield analysis) to extend the existing properly functioning GFA scenario. Greenfield analysis in this case allows you to easily define:
The locations for the new sites will be found considering:
Assume we have a properly operating supply chain, which we need to expand by adding new customers with demand that must be fulfilled.
That's it. We do not need to set up anything else. The experiment will consider all the objects and their connections.
The result of the experiment will define:
If one (or more) of the old sites is too far or is hard to reach, it may be completely substituted by the new one(s).
Note: Such sites will not be visible on the map in the results of the experiment, but they will be present in the supply chain data if you choose to convert the result to a new scenario.
If you choose to convert this result to a new GFA scenario:
Converting GFA results
Results of the Greenfield analysis experiment
Parameters of the GFA experiment