At the AUSA annual meeting in Washington this week, GM Defense and Anduril announced a teaming arrangement under which the two companies will collaborate to capture defence programmes at home and abroad.
The team is focused on delivering autonomy solutions, battery electrification and other new propulsion technologies, as well as those integrating the full range of Anduril technologies onto GM Defense mobility solutions. Both companies are using AUSA to showcase variants of the Infantry Squad Vehicle (ISV), including a four-seat Multi-Mission and Logistics ISV, which could be the basis for a family of mission-specialized variants.
“GM Defense has a strong strategic alignment with Anduril as we are both focused on bringing disruptive new technologies into the defense and government marketplace to deliver innovative solutions for our customers,” said Steve duMont, GM Defense President.
“Advanced software for mission-level autonomy can transform ground systems, and GM Defense will be a critical teammate to deliver next-generation land systems for warfighters around the world,” said Anduril Industries CEO, Brian Schimpf.
(Image: The reliable, proven ISV will lend itself to a wide range of integration with Anduril capabilities and systems, including C-UAS. Credit: GM Defense)