He will help Anduril modernize defense capabilities in support of the U.S. and its allies using his technical expertise in concept development, autonomy and simulation.
Prior to Anduril, Arnott spent more than two decades at Boeing (NYSE: BA), where he held program management and executive engineering positions. His career at the Chicago-based aerospace company included time as a senior technical fellow, program director for airpower teaming system and director of Phantom Works International.
He is an adjunct professor of electrical engineering and computer science at Queensland University of Technology, a Techstars industry mentor and a Go Fly master mentor and lecturer on model-based engineering. He also served as a contributing author to NATO’s Allied Capability Transformation program.