To mark the release of Losant’s Python MQTT API client and REST API client, we will be constructing an Internet-connected two-man switch – think nuclear weapon launchers from the movies where two separate people have to turn a key – using a pair of Raspberry Pi 3 Model Bs. We’ll send the key-turned state of each device to the Losant platform using our newly released Python SDKs and, if all keys are turned, allow an action to take place when a button is pushed on either device.
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