With the declaration of Initial Services, Galileo is moving from a global satellite navigation system (GNSS) in testing, to a live, operational service. For the first time, European satellites are providing users with global positioning, navigation and timing information. In the lead up to Galileo Initial Services, many forward-looking companies have created Galileo-enabled receivers, chipsets and modules – many of which are already available on the market.

This tool helps you keep track of Galileo-enabled devices serving a variety of needs as they become available. For more information on Galileo System status, contact the European GNSS Service Centre (GSC) helpdesk