Hitachi recently unveiled a new RFID system that will be used with nuclear power plant construction

Forget about the paperless office, Hitachi is working to bring us the radio tagged office instead.

Hitachi announced yesterday that it has developed a radio frequency identification (RFID) system  that will be used during nuclear power plant construction.  Pieces of construction material will be tagged as they are delivered to the work site, which will lead to hopefully a more efficient distribution system.  Hitachi also has developed a system that will require RFID tags to be attached to cable cores and end terminals to help workers check for errors as they connect the cables.  Only time will tell if this will RFID system will have been a worthy investment for Hitachi.   

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