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Primordial President to Speak at Future Soldier Conference

Randy L. Milbert, president of Primordial is speaking at this year's Future Soldier Conference in London from April 13 to 14, 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 discuss the implications of enhancing the visual capabilities of soldiers and their subsequent performance. "I am honored to be chosen for this speaking engagement," said Milbert. "This conference brings together soldiers and industry experts to discuss the future state of the battlefield and provides the perfect opportunity to demonstrate the value-added functionality of our flagship product, Primordial Soldier, to the users themselves."

SMI's 4th Annual Future Soldier, which focuses on the importance of the dismounted soldier, provides an up-to-date analysis of progress in the development of soldier systems, analyzes the development of next generation soldier systems, and examines the current and future capabilities of dismounted soldiers. In addition, the conference will address the enhancements to the five NATO specified soldier domains-lethality, survivability, mobility and sustainability, demonstrating their success on the battlefield and further improvements and advancements.

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, visit http://primordial.com.