Anduril builds technology for national security and defense applications. The company's flagship product is Lattice, an advanced artificial intelligence-powered sensor and software system that autonomously monitors borders, bases, and infrastructure to detect threats.
Anduril was founded by Palmer Luckey, the inventor and founder of Oculus VR (which sold to Facebook for $2B) along with veterans of Palantir Technologies. As evidence of the founders’ expertise, Anduril has secured contracts with U.S. Military branches and key government defense agencies like the Department of Homeland Security. Customers utilize Anduril’s integrated sensor towers and artificial intelligence software to gain comprehensive real-time visibility and analytics across critical sites.
With substantial traction in the form of marquee government contracts and over $400 million in funding, Anduril is poised to become a leader in the national security technology sector. However, Anduril is a new defense company. It competes against big, old defense companies that the government likes to work with. Anrudil also relies on the government buying its new products. If military spending is impacted in any way, the revenue possibility will be diminished.
As an employee at Anduril you would join a mission-focused company led by proven founders applying cutting-edge technology to serve the defense sector. The company employs 1-2 thousand people and offers new hires the opportunity to have an outsized individual impact while being part of an organization working to advance the national interest through cutting-edge technology.
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