The European Space Agency has put into orbit at the end of the year another new pair of satellites to reinforce a system that is operational, although far from its full capacity, and that is compatible with the GPS. It is the first navigation service of civil and not controlled by the armed forces, as its American competitor, in which Europe has been working for two decades and who aspires to be much more accurate than GPS. After numerous cost overruns and delays, the first satellites of the Galileo system entered into orbit in October 2011 and the two preceding last March. In August 2014, the launch of the first two operational satellites, since the former had mission validate orbits, is launched in 2014 and supposed dream failure for the project. A problem with the fuel of the Soyuz made that "Doresa" and "Milena" ended up in a wrong orbit, about 17,000 kilometers from the Earth, instead of which corresponded to them, a circular 23,000 kilometers. The following releases, however, did not show any faults and allowed to continue with the planned deployment of the constellation, which will provide advantages in management of transport (increased safety, congestion reduction or streamlining of operations), agriculture, fishing, health and fight against illegal immigration.