Our Work

Some companies make software.
Some make hardware.
We do both.

01

Software
Lattice
Platform
Artificial
intelligence
Lattice is an AI backbone that uses computer vision, machine learning and mesh networking to fuse real-time data into a single, autonomous operating picture. Each Anduril product houses a Lattice AI Core that performs sensor fusion, target classification and multi-track reconciliation at the edge.

Lattice also integrates third-party data to further expand context for decision-making. Everything communicates through a resilient network to create real-time situational awareness so human operators can respond instantly and accurately with the best information possible.

02

Hardware
Sentry
Tower
Autonomous awareness
Sentry towers are equipped with the latest sensor and networking technology, using Lattice to fuse data from across the electromagnetic spectrum — from thermal to visible to RF. With a compact footprint, hardened onboard processing and solar power architecture, Sentry can be rapidly deployed and sustained with minimal maintenance in austere conditions.

Sensor fusion and object detection are performed onboard in real-time, only sending user-filtered data for optimized communication and cognitive loads. Sentry is extensible and can be customized with mission-specific equipment ranging from sensors to power sources.

03

Hardware
Ghost
sUAS
True
Unmanned
ISR
With onboard object detection and navigation, Ghost is a true autonomous, man-portable VTOL sUAS that can perform many missions with little to no human intervention. Its advanced electric powertrain combines long endurance with high payload capacity and low acoustic signature. Ghost can be rapidly disassembled and carried for expeditionary use.

The airframe incorporates a modular rail which can be outfitted with a variety of sensors, payloads, and power sources. Lattice integration allows a single operator to accomplish complex tasks using any number of Ghosts — from a single airframe to large swarms.

04

Hardware
Anvil
sUAS
Precision
kinetic intercept
Anvil is the kinetic element of our end-to-end cUAS capability. Cued by Lattice, Anvil navigates autonomously to intercept potential drone threats and provide visual feedback for positive identification by a human operator.

Once authorized, Anvil uses physical speed and onboard terminal guidance to deliver kinetic energy to the threat with minimal collateral damage.

Software

Lattice
Platform

Artificial
intelligence

Lattice is an AI backbone that uses computer vision, machine learning and mesh networking to fuse real-time data into a single, autonomous operating picture. Each Anduril product houses a Lattice AI Core that performs sensor fusion, target classification and multi-track reconciliation at the edge.

Lattice also integrates third-party data to further expand context for decision-making. Everything communicates through a resilient network to create real-time situational awareness so human operators can respond instantly and accurately with the best information possible.

Hardware

Sentry
Tower

Autonomous
awareness

Sentry towers are equipped with the latest sensor and networking technology, using Lattice to fuse data from across the electromagnetic spectrum — from thermal to visible to RF. With a compact footprint, hardened onboard processing and solar power architecture, Sentry can be rapidly deployed and sustained with minimal maintenance in austere conditions.

Sensor fusion and object detection are performed onboard in real-time, only sending user-filtered data for optimized communication and cognitive loads. Sentry is extensible and can be customized with mission-specific equipment ranging from sensors to power sources.

Hardware

Ghost
sUAS

True unmanned
ISR

With onboard object detection and navigation, Ghost is a true autonomous, man-portable VTOL sUAS that can perform many missions with little to no human intervention. Its advanced electric powertrain combines long endurance with high payload capacity and low acoustic signature. Ghost can be rapidly disassembled and carried for expeditionary use.

The airframe incorporates a modular rail which can be outfitted with a variety of sensors, payloads, and power sources. Lattice integration allows a single operator to accomplish complex tasks using any number of Ghosts — from a single airframe to large swarms.

Hardware

Anvil
sUAS

Precision kinetic
intercept

Anvil is the kinetic element of our end-to-end cUAS capability. Cued by Lattice, Anvil navigates autonomously to intercept potential drone threats and provide visual feedback for positive identification by a human operator.

Once authorized, Anvil uses physical speed and onboard terminal guidance to deliver kinetic energy to the threat with minimal collateral damage.

Capabilities

Our products actively support a wide range of missions. Here are some examples.

Base Defense
Military bases and ranges can span millions of acres of varying terrain, posing an impractical security problem with limited human resources. On the other end of the scale, remote outposts face similar situational awareness challenges. In force protection applications, sensor assets like Sentry towers and Ghost sUAS can autonomously patrol and monitor in and around the facility, feeding real-time data into Lattice.  Lattice classifies and sorts this data based on user-defined filters, reducing false positives and enabling security personnel to respond with up-to-the-second intelligence.
Critical
Infrastructure
Energy, utility, and transportation sites have diverse traffic patterns that pose complex security challenges. In these counter-intrusion applications, autonomous assets like Sentry towers and Dust sensors maintain constant awareness with onboard processing on each device feeding real-time data into Lattice. Lattice’s distributed architecture creates a resilient security network, eliminating single point failure modes. Objects of interest are filtered and instantly elevated to human operators for appropriate resolution.
Border Security
Borders stretch for thousands of miles, often through isolated regions with limited human footprint. In these remote environments, Lattice collects data from mesh-connected sensor assets (such as Sentry towers and Ghost sUAS) and classifies them using machine learning. These tracks are fused into a single autonomous operating picture, alerting agents in real-time and providing intelligence for rapid and accurate response—whether administrative, medical or tactical.
Counter Drone
Consumer drone technologies have flourished—enabling abuse ranging from nuisance, to public safety, to casualties on the battlefield. The primary challenge continues to be detection, especially in noisy environments. Using modified Sentry towers and integration with existing RF detection and long range radar, Lattice applies sensor fusion to diverse data streams, providing real-time awareness. In addition, an operator can launch autonomous Anvil intercept vehicles to seek, positively identify and destroy threats.

Our Partners

We work directly with end users to solve their real-life problems and continuously improve our capabilities. We deploy engineers to the field, whether in training or in combat to validate our ideas under actual conditions.

Northern Command
Royal Marines
CBP
US Marines
Air Force
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US Marine Corps
Installation Command

We explored a variety of potential technologies and vendors. None could perform all the tasks autonomously, except for Anduril.

US Customs &
Border Protection
Patrol Agent

We had no way to determine just how much traffic our sector really had until we installed the Sentry towers.

US Northern CommandUnified Combatant Command

We started at 350 knots and accelerated to 400 knots, then 450 knots, 500 knots. Eventually we had a solid autonomous detection and ID within 1 second on an F-16 at 500 feet going 550 knots.

UK Royal Marines
40 Commando

What’s different with Ghost is that it’s built for soldiering purposes. It’s always searching, it’s constantly looking. This isn’t just a drone with a camera, it’s AI.