This book gathers papers presented at Mechatronics 2019, an international conference held in Warsaw, Poland, from September
16 to 18, 2019. The contributions discuss the numerous, multidisciplinary technological advances in the field of applied mechatronics
that the emerging Industry 4.0 has already yielded. Each chapter presents a particular example of interdisciplinary theoretical
knowledge, numerical modelling and simulation, or the application of artificial intelligence techniques. Further, the papers
show how both software and physical devices can be incorporated into mechatronic systems to increase production efficiency
and resource savings. The results and guidelines presented here will benefit both scientists and engineers looking for solutions
to specific industrial and research problems.