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What?s the Frequency, Narita?

Around the State-SouthEGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP The Japanese government wants to upgrade security at Narita International Airport, and Hi-Tec Systems is going to help. The engineering and consulting firm has won a five-year contract to develop a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) luggage-tag system that will track travelers and their baggage from their pickup at home or a hotel through their delivery to the airport, which is about 30 minutes from Tokyo. Hi-Tec, which has just under 100 employees, also expects to develop security plans and to provide a review of the baggage screening design at Narita International. Hi-Tec?s communications manager Donald S. Lefler won?t disclose the deal?s value, but says it?s ?less than our largest contracts, which are with the Federal Aviation Administration and are worth up to $100 million each.?

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