IoT is Everywhere: Announcing the 2017 Class

From logistics to mining, aerospace to construction, health to retail, IoT touches everything we do. By 2025, IoT’s yearly economic impact will be more than $10 trillion. Tapping into this enormous opportunity, the Techstars IoT Accelerator is building an ecosystem for IoT entrepreneurs to flourish.

We have only touched the surface of a massive technology shift. This is why we partnered with industry titans: GE, SAP, Bosch, Verizon, PwC and Siemens (next 47), to create a collaborative environment for startups and corporates to learn and interact in real time.

The 12 startups selected to join the program work across multiple verticals, rewiring legacy industries and enabling meaningful innovation through IoT.

We are thrilled to announce the companies joining Techstars IoT:

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’s logistics platform 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 business to scale their IoT 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 sources and run predictive analytics on it.

Trexo Robotics builds exoskeletons that help people walk.








Office Hours: Techstars IoT (San Francisco)

Who: Startups looking to apply to the Techstars IoT Accelerator

What: Office hours

When: April 3-5

Where: San Francisco

Details: Click here to register for office hours!








Info Session: Techstars IoT/Atlanta (Tel Aviv)

Who: Startups looking to apply to Techstars IoT and Techstars Atlanta

What: Info Session

When: March 22

Where: Tel Aviv

Details: Click here to register for the event!








Hardware Cup 2017

What: Hardware Cup 2017

When: March 21

Where: Chicago

Details: Click here to register!








Office Hours: Techstars IoT (Chicago)

Who: Startups looking to apply to the Techstars IoT Accelerator

What: Office hours

When: March 21

Where: Chicago

Details: Click here to register for office hours!








Office Hours: Techstars IoT (Tel Aviv)

Who: Startups looking to apply to the Techstars IoT Accelerator

What: Office hours

When: March 21-25

Where: Tel Aviv

Details: Click here to register for office hours!








Info Session: Techstars IoT (New York City)

Who: Startups looking to apply to Techstars IoT 

What: Info Session

When: March 17-19

Where: New York City

Details: Click here to register for the event!








Women in Hardware Breakfast with Techstars IoT

Who: Startups looking to apply to the Techstars IoT Accelerator

What: Women in Hardware Breakfast with Techstars IoT

When: March 16

Where: Rise New York

Details: Click here to register for the event!








Info Session: Techstars IoT (Boston/MIT)

Who: Startups looking to apply to Techstars IoT

What: Info Session

When: March 14

Where: Boston/MIT

Details: Click here to register for the event!








Live Webinar: Techstars IoT (Online)

By 2025, IoT’s yearly economic impact will be more than $10 trillion. Where will we see the majority of that impact? Industries and commercial enterprise.

To tap into this enormous opportunity, Techstars IoT aims to build a new ecosystem for IoT entrepreneurs with a B2B focus.

While IoT is an exciting space with limitless opportunity, we are still early in that there is no real standardization or infrastructure that benefits everyone.

This is why we partnered with GE, Verizon, PwC, Bosch and SAP, and Siemens, to provide a common ground for these industries to come together and help startups innovate.

Come join the webinar to hear about how you can participate, as a startup, in the IoT program in NYC.

Click here to register!