Primordial

Soldier Vision Becomes Primordial

Soldier Vision announced today that it has changed its name to Primordial.  The name change coincides with the release of updated products for everyday heroes including soldiers, officers, and firefighters.

In addition to the name change, Primordial adopted the tag line "human-centric design" to reflect its unique development approach.  Human-centric design maximizes benefits to users by integrating them into development teams and employing them in usability studies.

For example, in developing Primordial Soldier, the company enlisted former staff sergeant and army ranger, Andrew Davis.  Davis served two tours in Operation Enduring Freedom - Afghanistan and one in Operation Iraqi Freedom before becoming the United States Army's Land Warrior subject matter expert.  At Primordial, Davis was instrumental in developing scenarios for our North Carolina A&T State University contract.  He also developed two fightability assessments to gauge the product's combat effectiveness.

Primordial sees human-centric design as a fundamental and enduring evolution in product development.  This aligns perfectly with Merriam-Webster's definition of primoridal as "first created or developed" or "existing in or persisting from the beginning."  Primordial will continue leading the way.

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.