Anduril Stock

anduril.comIndustrialFounded: 2017Funding to Date: $2.46B

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

Christian Brose
Chief Strategy Officer
Palmer Luckey
Founder
Brian Schimpf
Co-Founder & CEO
Trae’ Stephens
Co-Founder & Executive Chairman
Matt Grimm
Co-Founder & Chief Operating Officer
Scott Goldstein
Chief Scientist
Gregory Kausner
Head of Global Defense
Nik Seetharaman
Chief Information Officer
Matthew Steckman
Chief Revenue Officer

Board Members

Hemant Taneja
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News

Aalyria and Anduril Industries have signed a teaming agreement to integrate two key technologies that will advance the all-domain command and control of national security capabilities. Under the agreement, the companies will integrate Aalyria’s networking orchestration platform, Spacetime with Anduril’s open operating system for national security capabilities, Lattice.
Anduril Industries today unveiled a new software platform that the company claims will allow a single operator to control a range of autonomous systems, which company executives say will allow the Pentagon to push past limitations caused by budget and operator constraints.
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