Rotronics history

Over 30 years of history

Rotronics is a company based in La Roche sur Foron in Haute-Savoie, France. It was created in 1990 by Yves & Christian Rosnoblet in order to satisfy their first customers from the field of their passion: high-level motorcycle racing. This is how Rotronics developed and delivered its first engine test bed management systems and quickly became a benchmark.

From 1993, Rotronics developed several standard products such as the first Autoscan, the four-wheel drive version of which was the first synchronised chassis dyno on the market. Agriscan, the dyno dedicated to measuring the power of tractors, was also designed during this same period, as well as many other products which all correspond to specific uses. These dynos have enabled Rotronics to develop in several markets such as car racing, karting, technical education, agricultural machinery and road optimization.

In thirty years Rotronics has become one of the major players in its field. During this period, Rotronics has never forgotten innovation by carrying out multiple achievements specifically designed on specifications and thus confirms its credibility and its know-how in industry and R&D.

Through this experience of more than three decades, Rotronics has excellent expertise in the design, manufacture, marketing and maintenance of its products.