Download the open-source simulation engine at the heart of HASH

Open-source alternative

HASH Engine is the simulation engine at the heart of HASH. It powers HASH Core, and we’re working on an initial open-source release in Q4 2020. We wanted to create a powerful open-source alternative to solutions like AnyLogic, FlexSim and Simio.

For ultimate peace of mind

Whether you're using our hosted Core or running simulations locally, because Engine is open-source there's no risk of platform lock-in. With this your optionality is preserved, and you can invest in HASH simulations safe in the knowledge you'll be able to switch providers or self-host at any point in the future.

For the best decisions possible

Reproducibility of results is key to enabling transparent inspection of decision-making. We believe this in turn is critical to good governance and decision-making in the first place. A trusted execution platform is therefore required and we're committed to supporting this through open-sourcing our relevant key technology.

For standards

For simulation to become an everyday decision-making tool, the barriers to creating simulations reflective of the real-world need to be far lower. By open-sourcing our underlying engine, we hope to encourage the open-source sharing of agents, behaviors, and other simulation components as well.

Best-in-class performance

HASH was borne of a need for much higher levels of performance and scalability than existing commercial simulation engines offered. Engine lets users run simulations containing thousands of parameters and millions of agents on readily available common infrastructure.

Accessible and extensible

H-Engine is written in Rust, and bindings exist for a variety of additional languages including Python, JavaScript, and TypeScript.