In event-based control, a controller checks the responses of sensors about commands with time constraints. To do this, the event-based controller should have some information about the dynamics of the plant at discrete levels, its desired state transitions, and inputs to move the state transitions. In an existing modelling method, the information is represented by a tabular form, which is not adaptable to the variation of set positions. An artificial neural network was taken as a new modelling method to solve this problem. Experiments show that this neural network model works well in the dynamic variation of set positions. This endomorphic neural network modelling helps us to construct a more autonomous event-based controller.