Five trends for 2015: Looking to the future

A circular concept portraying the future

With 2014 receding into the distance, Post took a moment to consider which – if any – of the trends that emerged in 2014 will reach fruition in the next 12 months. Will Back to the Future’s vision of streets awash with hover boards become a reality? Will cars go driverless? According to our sources, these futuristic visions are sadly not to be. But that’s not to say that some emerging technologies which would at one time have seemed equally unlikely will not take centre stage…

  The future is... Technological

Driverless cars, drones, telematics, wearable tech and cyber. Technology was a big theme in 2014 and it doesn’t look set to dwindle in importance this year. While

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