The precursors to LinguaNet in publications
International Maritime Language Procedure (SEASPEAK) published 1984 (IMO 1987) sponsors
Pergamon/DOI, Seaspeak Training Manual published 1988 - Pergamon
European Vessel Traffic Control (VTS) Language and Procedures, IALA/EEC Cost 301
Air Traffic Control Language Pilot Training (AIRSPEAK) Published 1988 (Robertson) -
Controlled Language Computer Translation System for business communication (LINITEXT) -
jointly with BT.
Police Communications for the Channel Tunnel (text and speech) (POLICESPEAK) Published
1993 funders: BT, Home Office, Kent County Council/EEC.
1989/92 Police Lexicon (POLICESPEAK)
English/French Published 1993
Operational Evaluation of POLICESPEAK Standardised Radio Procedures 1993 - unpublished
1994 Users Manual - Radio Procedures for Police (SRP) derived from
POLICESPEAK Published 1994 Kent County Constabulary (recommended for National standard by
Home Office Radio Frequency and Communications Planning . August 1994)
1992/94Emergency Services Communications (INTACOM) Inter-Agency
Communications British and French fire police ambulance/medical Sponsored by BT.
Emergency Services Lexicon (INTACOM)
Publication forthcoming. Installed on LinguaNet 1994
First prototype for LinguaNet (BTMS) built by Prolingua Ltd.
BINAT Messaging. (binational major incident communications) Report for Channel Tunnel.
Sponsored by BT. Restricted.
First operational installations at Channel Tunnel and port locations of Multilingual
messaging network for Police and Emergency Services (LinguaNet). Prolingua Ltd. continuing
Expansion of LinguaNet prototype network to nine forces in four European Countries
Formation of development consortium and start of major system enhancement (Test-Bed
LinguaNet) with assistance from European Commission Framework 4 Language Engineering