An identification control is a control of an object which mathematical model is unknown. For such objects initially the problem of identification is solved, and then for the resulting object model the problem of control synthesis is solved. As a result of control synthesis we obtain a multi-dimensional function that describes the dependence of control on the object state. After the implementation of this function in the control unit of the real object, it achieves the goal of control with optimal value of the quality criteria. To solve the identification and synthesis problems we use the method of network operator, which with the help of evolutionary algorithms finds the structure and parameters of the functions describing the model and functional dependence of control from the object state. In this paper, an example of using a network operator to solve the problem of identification control synthesis for a multilink robot is given. © 2015 IEEE.