Will play with it - for sure.
(currently waiting for dual band antenna for it - and meanwhile studying how to hook it to ardupilot (pixhawk).
I was actually wondering how M2 do the job differently from just “plain” dual band GNSS module - as there is of course additional computing power available from it’s quadcore system. As now, for me at least, it seems that in my application the quadcore system is only relaying serial traffic between autopilot and GNSS-module.
So far I have not been able to figure out how to utilize computing power to improve positioning (or some other feature compare to "plain GNSS module setup) - but I’m on learning curve here, so I may be missing something.
There is one (job for the quadcore system) I was missing: ERB-protocol - this remove some parsing of NMEA messages from autopilot (probably not big issue for pixhawk, but maybe (probably) more efficient use of serial communication). I noticed it is no longer recommend to use, but is it still included in firmware? Or will it be removed some day from it?