John J. Rottersmann
Oxford Who’s Who has inducted Mr. John J. Rottersmann into the highest Professional Distinction “Top Tier of Excellence Lifetime Achievement Recognition” for his performance as a visionary leader and successful entrepreneur. Mr. John J. Rottersmann is one of few special honorees distinguished based on his professional accomplishments, academic achievements, years of service, leadership abilities and credentials provided. Mr. John J. Rottersmann has garnered a reputation of distinction for his extensive knowledge and experience in the field of mechanical systems. Mr. Rottersmann is a seasoned professional who has constantly set his goals to keep pace with his highest aspirations for personal and professional excellence. Throughout his career, he has exhibited exemplary teamwork, experience, integrity and dedication. Oxford Who’s Who proudly endorses Mr. John J. Rottersmann for his continuous stellar accomplishments and his unprecendented 60 year National/International research, development and new technology. Mr. John J. Rottersmann an Iconic Force welcomes keynote speaking engagement invitations.
John J. Rottersmann of Westerville, Ohio has over 60 years experience in the mechanical systems field. He is the President of Flywheel/Rim Systems Corp. which is an international research and development firm specializing in high speed rotational motors without mechanical bearings. He is responsible for research and development and new technology. Mr. Rottersmann has streamlined numerous mechanical manufacturing processes throughout his career and has 1 patent. He is affiliated with the I.E.E.E. Mr. Rottersmann obtained a M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Charleroi in 1955. After graduating from college, he began his career with Philips N.V. in Eindhoven, Holland. He then became a Chief Engineer in a paper factory in Belgium where he improved a machine making tissue paper as well as further developing other paper-making machines. Mr. Rottersmann then began working with Samson Usines in Brussels making brushes, where he improved the shape of a laminated steel wire, solving a production problem and doubling production. He left Europe after that and started working for Brewer Electric Manufacturing in Chicago, Illinois, serving as a Design Engineer with Bell and Howell for most of his career. He worked for the electro-writer division of Victor Comptometer where he designed an entirely new machine for the University of Trenton. Mr. Rottersmann moved to Portable Electric Tool where he started solving cost reduction problems. He also started working on new designs with the Brother Typewriter company and Ryobi manufacturing company, where he redesigned everything in metric design, especially drill presses. He later served with Carrier in Ohio making test systems to test valves. After this, he became a contractor, twice working with General Electric, as well as with Fusion Systems Corporation in Rockville, Massachusetts where he streamlined a project in four months that the company had been working on for over 10 years. Mr. Rottersmann was born on December 28, 1928 in Brussels, Belgium. In his spare time he enjoys collecting European, English and Chinese art.