Next 25 July with the launch of four more Satellites from Kourou the Galileo constellation will be almost completed.
Since the launch of GIOVE A in 2005 and later Giove-B in 2008 ESA and Galileo have come a long way.
The deployment of the constellation and the ground segment have been a massive undertaking.
So it’s time to look back and consider the remarkable progress that has been made by Europe in satellite navigation and also to look towards the future and what it might hold.
This A & B roll recalls the great moments that marked the building of the Galileo constellation. It includes an interview with Paul Verhoef, Dirctor of Navigation, ESA in English and French.More information at: http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Navigation/Galileo/What_is_Galileo