Anduril Stock

anduril.comAugmented/Virtual RealityFounded: 2017Funding to Date: $848.26MM

Anduril is a developer of defense technology focused on delivering cutting-edge consumer hardware and national-security software, leveraging off-the-shelf components with custom engineering to bring products to market faster, cheaper and more effectively than ever before.

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Team

Management Team

Brian Schimpf
Chief Executive Officer & Co-Founder
Matthew Grimm
Co-Founder & Chief Operating Officer
Palmer Luckey
Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer
Joe Chen
Co-Founder

Board Members

Trae Stephens

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News

The AI-powered defense company founded by tech iconoclast Palmer Luckey has landed a $450 million round of investment that values the startup at $4.6 billion just four years in. In April, reports suggested that the company was on the hunt for fresh investment and headed for a valuation between four and five billion, up from $1.9 billion in July 2020.
The company building the virtual border wall has a new version of its stealthy fast-flying drones — and a fresh contract with Customs and Border Protection to match. Anduril, a young defense-friendly tech company from the founder of Oculus, received $36 million from Customs and Border Protection this month for its AI-powered autonomous surveillance towers.
Anduril, a Silicon Valley-based technology company founded by executives from Palantir and Oculus, has raised $200 million to expand its work with the U.S. military.