Single antenna GNSS systems have difficulty determining where the antenna is positioned relative to the vehicle and object of interest,especially when dynamics are low. External sensors can be used to augment this however, these tend to drift when static. Heading derived from dual-antenna GNSS measurements overcomes these issues and is now economically the right choice. The BX982 harnesses the power of the 220 channel Trimble Maxwell 6 Technology with dual chips supporting two antennas connected to the board. Independent observations from both antennas are passed to the processor where multi-constellation RTK baselines are computed. A single connection to the BX982 via RS232, USB, Ethernet or CAN delivers both centimeter accurate positions and less than a tenth of a degree (2 meter baseline) heading accuracy.