Electromechanical systems are systems that combine both electromechanical and electrical elements into one cohesive system. Electromechanical systems utilize the principles of electrical and mechanical engineering to create powerful, reliable, and low-cost solutions for a range of practical applications. In a typical system, electrical components such as motors and switches are integrated with the mechanical components such as gears, linkages, and actuators. The electrical elements convert the electrical energy into mechanical energy, while the mechanical components convert this mechanical energy into force and motion. Examples of common electromechanical systems include electric vehicles, robotic arms, automated production machines, and generators.