Man, along with the progress in his civilization and daily life, felt the need more and more every day that in addition to all the facilities and tools he had created for himself to move horizontally, he needed a tool to move himself and his tools and loads in the horizontal direction. Images have been recorded in history that show that he invented methods for vertical movement in the distant past. Initially, this was done by levers and animals. Humans have long used wheels and pulleys. These tools are the beginning of ideas that end up in the elevator. The first elevator, which is considered a means of transporting people, was built in 1745 by order of Louis XVI , which was called a flight chair. Elevators were developed because of the need to move raw materials such as wood and coal from the mountains, resulting in cable elevators in the modern way. These elevators are based on the Atwood car. In the mid-19th century, elevators operated on steam power and were commonly used in factories and mines to carry loads . In 1823, two architects, Burton and Hammer, built a tourist attraction in London called the Climb Room. This attraction was in the center of the city, which was moved by steam power and raised people to a considerable height above the city level, allowing them to see a unique view of the city . But boiler elevators were not safe and the chances of the elevator falling were very high and therefore they were not used to move people. One of the concerns that made all people not want to use the elevator was the fear of the elevator falling. In 1852, Elisha Otis introduced a safety elevator that would prevent the elevator from falling if the cable was cut . He demonstrated his immune system at the New York Exhibition at the Crystal Palace in a deadly show in 1854. He himself boarded an elevator for which he had invented and installed a safety system and ordered that the rope with which the elevator went up and down be cut suddenly. His elevator started to fall quickly but stopped immediately. Otis' invention led to the safety of cable elevators, and this security led to the installation of the first passenger elevator on March 23, 1857 in New York. The first electric elevator was later built in Germany by Werner von Siemens in 1880 . Electric elevators were also much faster than hydraulic and boiler elevators and could handle much heavier loads. In this way, this industry has continuously developed and finally we have access to today's elevators. In the present study, an elevator has been designed and programmed. The purpose of this study is to design and evaluate the performance of the elevator system so that we can make beneficial changes in the performance of the system.