Airspace Technologies, a tech startup in Carlsbad, has been accepted into the third cohort of a specialized business accelerator for logistics companies.

The program is called the Logistics Tech Accelerator, a partnership between San Francisco coworking campus RocketSpace and Kaleido Logistics, a private company in Spain.

Airspace, which develops logistics software, was one of six startups from five countries that were accepted into the accelerator’s cohort.

Companies in the program get the opportunity to work with corporate partners in pilot programs, helping startups develop commercially viable products and go-to-market partnerships.

The accelerator said companies selected for the program had to be developing a “disruptive technology” in the smart warehousing, transport, commerce, or trade business. The startups also had to have a product in the market or ready to launch.

“The logistics world is rapidly changing and evolving,” Xoán Martínez, CEO of Kaleido, said in a statement. “Without a doubt, transparency, integration and efficiency are key drivers. Selecting Airspace Technologies as one of the Logistics Tech Accelerator startups was easy because of its very smart approach to the full visibility solutions within the supply chain.”

Startups are not required to give up equity to participate in the program, according to the accelerator.

The three-month program will conclude with a demo day in early December.