Anduril IPO | Augmented/Virtual Reality | Founded: 2017 | Funding to Date: $405,506,478

Anduril was founded in 2017 by Palmer Luckey, the founder of Facebook-acquired Oculus VR. The company has not officially endorsed a plan to participate in an IPO. Anduril builds surveillance and defense systems for military and other government applications. While financial and performance data of the company is not available, in October 2019 CNBC reported the Anduril had “already signed contracts with several branches of the U.S. government."

Anduril has raised approximately $385 million in Venture Capital funding from investors including 8VC, Lux Capital Management, Andreessen Horowitz, Founders Fund, General Catalyst, Revolution, and Spark Capital. It has been widely reported that Anduril last raised $200 million in July 2020 at a post-money valuation of nearly $2 billion.

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The company building the virtual border wall has a new version of its stealthy fast-flying drones — and a fresh contract with Customs and Border Protection to match. Anduril, a young defense-friendly tech company from the founder of Oculus, received $36 million from Customs and Border Protection this month for its AI-powered autonomous surveillance towers.


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