Hologram tech tackling biosecurity
3D images are now greeting travellers at Brisbane International Airport, in a bid to keep biosecurity risks out of the country.
Holograms of risky imports, including meat, seeds and dirty items, are on display alongside information about potential fines for breaking the rules.
Rural reporter Madelaine McNeill caught up with Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics assistant secretary imported goods, Vikki Fischer, to find out more.
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