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Gregory Kausner, formerly an executive director at the Department of Defense, has been appointed to lead the global defense business at Anduril Industries. The government service veteran will be responsible for driving Anduril’s growth initiatives and introducing its technology to potential partners in the international defense market, the com...

Executive Mosaic has introduced Christian Brose, chief strategy officer of Anduril Industries, as the latest inductee into the 2022 Wash100 for his thought leadership in autonomous and artificial intelligence-based defense systems. This marks his entry into the premier group of executives who contribute to growth and innovation in the government con...

Anduril Industries has purchased Boston-based autonomous underwater vehicle manufacturer Dive Technologies in a strategy to add undersea coverage to the defense technology provider’s portfolio of unmanned systems. Terms of the deal were not disclosed and the acquired company’s DIVE-LD platform can be tailored to match military requiremen...

Anduril Industries has won a $967.6 million contract to serve as an industry partner of U.S. Special Operations Command for a counter-unmanned system prototyping project. The Irvine, California-based technology company will help SOCOM integrate systems under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, follow-on production contract, the Department o...

Anduril Industries has purchased Copious Imaging for an undisclosed sum to further expand its family of counter-unmanned aircraft systems and force protection platforms with the addition of the latter’s passive sensing technology. Copious Imaging is a Lexington, Massachusetts-based technology company that spun off from MIT’s Lincoln Laboratory i...

Anduril Industries has named former senior government and national security officials David Goldfein, Kevin McAleenan, Katharina McFarland, Constantine Saab and Scott Swift to the newly formed advisory board to help inform the defense technology company’s strategy and build up relationships with government partners. The company said Tuesday the me...

Shane Arnott, a more than 25-year aerospace and defense industry veteran, has joined defense technology company Anduril Industries as chief engineer, GovCon Wire has learned. 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 t...

Anduril Industries has secured a potential five-year, $99 million production other transaction agreement from the Defense Innovation Unit to make its counter-unmanned aircraft systems available for purchase by service branches. The P-OT agreement allows the U.S. Army, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy and the U.S. Marine Corps to buy and sustain AndurilR...

Scott Goldstein, a U.S. Air Force Reserve major general serving as mobilization assistant to the Air Force undersecretary, has joined defense technology startup Anduril Industries as head of advanced projects, Inside Defense reported Monday. Anduril said in a statement Goldstein’s engineering expertise and military, homeland security and intellige...

Venture-backed defense technology provider Anduril Industries has bought Georgia-based Area-I, which maintains a portfolio of autonomous tube-launched unmanned aerial systems or air-launched effects, for an undisclosed amount. Anduril said Thursday it seeks to add software-defined mission autonomy and intelligent teaming applications to the company&...