Our Awards and Certifications

High-Tech products „Made in Germany“

Our flexible, rugged and cost-efficient products set standards and distinguish us from our competitors with customized solutions. To us „Made in Germany“ means quality, reliability, expertise and efficiency and is our promise to our customers.


We are re-certified for ISO 9001:2015.

With the relocation of production to the new building, we work according to ISO 14001.


We are re-certified for ISO 9001:2008 and prepare the new ISO 9001:2015. Our qualified engineers are educated by TÜV SÜD for high-reliable hard- and software development and production up to SIL-3.



We are certified by ISO 9001:2008 and manufacturing according to API17F / ISO 13628-6 for design and operation of subsea production systems. Our qualified workshop and engineers are educated for IPC-A-600/610 class 3 production.


SailingOne, France and SubCtech receiving the French-German Prize of Economy award in the Environment category. It is under the patronage of Dr. Philipp Rösler, Germany’s Federal Minister of Economics & Technology and German Vice-Chancellor; and Pierre Moscovici, France’s Federal Minister of Economics and Finances. The award ceremony was used to point out the large value of environmental technologies and several innovations in this sector.

Deutsch-Französischer Wirtschaftspreis 2013

YouTube Video – French-German Prize of Economy, Paris 2013


SubCtech becomes an approved vendor for major Offshore Oil+Gas companies to supply critical products in the subsea market according to ISO 13628:6 and API17f. The new QMS follows ISO 9001:2008. It is reviewed by internal and external audits on a regular basis.



Saskia Heckmann received the VDE award for outstanding academic achievements concerning new aquaculture systems and innovative fast CO2 analyzing methods.



The scientific sailing programme is recognized by the global economic competitiveness cluster Pôle Mer Bretagne.
Partner companies: SailingOne, SubCtech (2012-2015); Research centers: IFREMER, Meteo-France.