Anduril Industries (Anduril)

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Costa Mesa, California, United States


The next generation of military technology will depend less on advances in shipbuilding and aircraft design than on advances in software engineering and computing. Unlike traditional defense contractors who focus primarily on hardware, Anduril’s core system is Lattice OS, an autonomous sensemaking and command & control platform that serves as the core platform for our suite of capabilities.

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Anduril nets biggest DoD contract to date: Signifier or outlier for defense start-ups?


Topics: Warehouse Automation

Vertical: Defense

Organizations: Anduril

Anduril will serve as a systems integrator partner on SOCOM’s counter-unmanned systems efforts. The contract is worth a maximum of $967,599,957 over the next the decade. Under the contract, SOCOM will be able to purchase Anduril’s systems through traditional means, in addition to buying Anduril’s products as a service, meaning the command can configure the system “based on mission profiles and ensuring SOCOM can rapidly adapt to new and evolving threat profiles.”

Anduril has made major strides in the last year positioning itself to win major defense contracts and augment its technology portfolio. Last year, it acquired Area-I, a tube-launched unmanned aerial system maker. Last summer, the company won a five-year, $99 million production other transaction agreement with the Pentagon’s Defense Innovation Unit for its counter-drone tech.

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