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Primordial President to Speak at Future Ground Forces Conference

Randy L. Milbert, president of Primordial will be presenting an interactive workshop at the Future Ground Forces Conference in Washington D.C. taking place June 27 to 29, 2005.

Primordial provides vision system software for soldier systems and combat vehicles. The company's signature product assists soldier systems, such as the Land Warrior and Future Force Warrior. Primordial equips troops with capabilities (e.g. target locking, battlefield routing, and threat assessment) that were once limited to tank operators and fighter pilots.

Milbert will present the company's software solutions and discuss hardware integration with an audience interested in transforming the military to better meet mission requirements. "I am excited to present to such a diverse audience," said Milbert. "The Future Ground Forces conference will bring together military personnel and civilians trying to reach a common goal of integrating technology with the future force."

Today's battlefields have forced our military to adapt and change to may unforeseen challenges. Over the last two decades, every segment of our land forces have undergone drastic transformations. These transformations range from new soldier systems to integrating Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs). The pentagon continues to adopt and implement new programs such as the United States Army's Future Combat Systems (FCS) program. The Future Ground Forces conference will focus on these transformations and discuss how to adapt our military to the ever changing combat environment.

About Primordial

Primordial is the leader in vision system software for soldiers, officers, and firefighters.  Primordial's flagship product, Primordial Soldier, is designed for soldier systems such as the Land Warrior and Future Force Warrior.  Primordial equips troops with capabilities (e.g. target locking, battlefield routing, and threat assessment) that were once limited to tank operators and fighter pilots.  For more information, call (651) 395-6200 or visit http://primordial.com.