Anduril Stock

anduril.comIndustrialFounded: 2017Funding to Date: $2.19B

Anduril is a developer of defense technology focused on delivering consumer hardware and national-security software, leveraging off-the-shelf components with custom engineering to bring products to market faster, cheaper and more effectively. The company was founded by Brian Schimpf, Matthew Grimm, Palmer Luckey, Trae Stephens, and Joseph Chen in 2017 and is headquartered in Costa Mesa, CA.

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Team

Management Team

Palmer Luckey
Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer
Brian Schimpf
Chief Executive Officer & Co-Founder
Matthew Grimm
Co-Founder & Chief Operating Officer
Joseph Chen
Co-Founder
Michael Galvin
Chief Financial Officer
Christian Brose
Chief Strategy Officer

Board Members

Trae Stephens
Hemant Taneja
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News

A defense company that got its name from a sword in the “Lord of the Rings” is coming to Atlanta.
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.