Software Engineer, Anduril Industries

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Anduril Industries

Hardware and software for national security

Open for applications

Anduril Industries

Hardware and software for national security

1001+ employees

B2BArtificial IntelligenceSecurityEnterpriseDronesAerospace

Open for applications

$168-252k

AWS
GCP
Python
Bash
C++
Jenkins
Azure
Powershell
Git
Senior and Expert level
Los Angeles

Office located in Costa Mesa, CA

1001+ employees

B2BArtificial IntelligenceSecurityEnterpriseDronesAerospace

Company mission

To defend against America's national security challenges to create a safer future for the nation.

Company mission

To defend against America's national security challenges to create a safer future for the nation.

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68% employee growth in 12 months

Otta's take

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Theo Margolius

COO of Otta

Anduril makes hardware and software for defense agencies including the Department of Defense and the Department of Homeland Security. Its hardware products include specialist drones with a long flight time and surveillance towers.

This hardware is tied together by proprietary software, the Lattice platform, which uses sensor fusion, machine learning, and mesh networking to integrate real-time data from Anduril hardware and third-party systems into a single, autonomous operating picture. While the hardware observes and detects, the software can make decisions as to the threat level of any anomalies, and so allow for observation and protection of an area or building with minimal manpower.

Anduril closed a Series E funding round in 2022 led by Valor Equity Partners. This funding was used for research and development of its autonomous defense products, such as the Roadrunner, a modular twin-jet powered autonomous vehicle that can take off and land vertically. Variants of the Roadrunner include defensive warhead armed interceptors which are the first drone weapons that can be retrieved after deployment. The company has also expanded to Australia where it is working in tandem with the Australian Defence Force to improve its military technology and infrastructure and is recruiting talent worldwide to support its rapidly growing portfolio of defense projects.

Benefits

  • Full Family Health Coverage
  • Incentivized Time Off
  • Financial Planning
  • Professional Development
  • Family Planning & Support
  • Mental Health Resources
  • 16 Weeks Paid Parental Leave for All Caregivers
  • Unlimited Provisions

Funding (last 2 of 6 rounds)

Jun 2024

$1.5bn

LATE VC

Dec 2022

$1.5bn

SERIES E

Total funding: $3.7bn

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Founders

Brian Schimpf

(Co-founder & CEO)

Having studied at Cornell, they joined Palantir as an Engineer in 2007. They left after over 9 years in order to co-found Anduril in July 2017 as CEO.

Palmer Luckey

(Co-founder)

They founded Oculus VR in April 2012, where they worked until April 2017 when they co-founded Anduril.

Trae Stephens

(Co-founder)

Former Lead Data Analyst at LexisNexis for 2 years, prior to spending 5 at Palantir. They joined Founders Fund as a Partner in 2014, and co-founded Anduril in 2017.

Matt Grimm

(Co-founder & COO)

Studied Engineering at Cornell before working as a Booz Allen Hamilton Consultant and spending over 6 years at Palantir as a Forward Deployed Engineer. They worked at Mithril Capital Management and Classy.org before co-founding Anduril in 2017.

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