Here we go again!

David Cohen with the Techstars IoT class

This week we announced the 12 companies joining the IoT program in NYC.

So, how did we get here?

First we cultivate
We visited loads of cities, meeting with founders and hosting events around the world: Berlin, Paris, London, Barcelona, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Toronto, Hong Kong, Singapore, Mexico City, Austin, Boston, New Orleans, Tel Aviv, Munich, Madrid, Dublin and more!

Then we engage
We met with 500 founders in person or virtually over the past 5 months. Some we met twice or three times. We introduced many of them to our network, our alumni, and our mentors to get further acquainted.

Finally we select!
12 companies from 6 countries and 11 cities:

Apollo is a conversational AI voice assistant device for any car.

Blik provides logistic companies process optimization in real-time with live data.

BuildSimHub is a 3D visual building energy modeling (BEM) collaboration and version control platform.

Makercase allows brands to deploy cost efficient rental and ‘try before you buy’ services.

Module designs adaptable housing that changes as people’s needs do.

Muzzley is a single intelligent platform for connected devices, a complete Saas and PaaS solution for consumer IoT.

Omnio provides plug and play connectivity as a service for industrial devices enabling businesses to scale their IIoT solutions.

RealSynth provides fully custom synthetic annotated image data for railways.

Seer Aerospace provides market-wide fleet intelligence for helicopters, business jets, and general aviation.

Strayos provides image processing and data analytics for mining and blasting companies.

Terrene enables customers to load any data from any source and run predictive analytics on it.

Trexo Robotics builds exoskeletons that help people walk.