Like other accelerators, Techstars, a network of more than 40 business and geographically targeted startup bootcamps, has actually needed to bring its marquee demonstration day occasions online.

Over the last two weeks of April, industry-focused accelerators dealing with startups developing companies around mobility innovations (broadly) and the future of the home joined programs in Abu Dhabi, Bangalore, Berlin, Boston, Stone and Chicago to present their cohorts. Each group had approximately 10 companies pitching companies that ran the range from early-childhood education to recording precious metals from the waste streams of mining operations. There were language companies, security companies, marketing business and even a maker of a modular sous vide item for house chefs.

The concepts were as imaginative as they were varied, and while all seemed appealing, about two ideas from each batch stuck out above the rest.

What follows is our totally unscientific picks of the top business that pitched at each of these virtual Techstars demo days. In late Might or early June, anticipate to see our roundup of the next batch of top choices from the their next round of demo days.

Techstars’ inaugural accomplice for its accelerator run in conjunction with Abu Dhabi-based technology incubator Hub71 consisted of a variety of unique companies spanning environment, security, health care, property and retail tech. Standouts in this batch consisted of Sia Secure and Aumet (with a respectable reference for the novel bio-based plastic processing and reuse technology designer, Poliloop).

Article curated by RJ Shara from Source. RJ Shara is a Bay Area Radio Host (Radio Jockey) who talks about the startup ecosystem – entrepreneurs, investments, policies and more on her show The Silicon Dreams. The show streams on Radio Zindagi 1170AM on Mondays from 3.30 PM to 4 PM.