The University of Toronto Early-Stage Technology incubator, co-directed by U of T’s Innovations & Partnerships Office and MaRS Innovation, has announced its third cohort of computer science startsup.

The five companies are: Flatfab; ICE3 Power; Onyx Motion; Nvest; and Syncadian. Past graduates include Whirlscape, TrendMD, Crowdmark, eQOL and Granata Decision Systems.

UTEST is part of the Banting & Best Centre for Innovation & Entrepreneurship, a growing ecosystem of accelerators, incubators and commercialization support services at U of T, and is supported by the University of Toronto’s Connaught Fund.

Flatfab’s software helps people design and fabricate 3D objects. ICE3 is developing new technologies to introduce lightweight, compact, and universal AC/DC power supplies to consolidate all electronic device chargers into one unit. Onyx Motion is building wearable digital coaches to help individuals play like experienced athletes. Nvest is a lighthouse to help investors decipher stock recommendations. Syncadian’s first product was a mobile app helping soldiers in the Canadian military to prevent jetlag.