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Dr. Franklin Ali PhD, Chairman, Trinidad & Tobago Postal Corporation (TTPost), explains how changing customer demands and technology developments might spell the end of the Universal Postal Service

Augmented reality could revolutionize the way postal services handle, sort and deliver mail. But will postal services be able to adapt to this strange new technology? Richard N Williams finds out

Could the use of drones for postal delivery ever be commercially and practically viable? Paul Willis finds out

Postal services play a key role in many countries, providing access to basic communication and transaction services. Public postal operators are among the largest employers and most trusted retail network operators in each country, generating hundreds of billions of dollars in revenue.

There has been a lot of discussion recently regarding the future of the postal industry and the need for traditional services to adapt in order to remain sustainable. This discussion has not always taken into account that while technology has been a major challenge to the industry it has also helped provide the solutions. David Picton explains more

Ever since the government announced a review of the UK postal services market in December 2007 there has been an underlying element of uncertainty within the mail market. Some of that was removed when Richard Hooper published his long awaited report: Modernise or decline: policies to maintain the universal postal service in the United Kingdom, on 16 December 2008.