It is named "Haiku". It has been submitted and is awaiting review currently.
Here's some more information including two video overviews:
Video 1: http://www.youtube.c...h?v=NTxmN6C9j8s
Video 2: http://www.youtube.c...h?v=lZidQauyiy4
Experience the ultimate in home automation control with Nullriver's Haiku for HAI automation controllers. Haiku combines HAI's proven home automation controllers with the iPad's unbeatable user interface experience and versatility. This leverage brings the consumer a solid, user-friendly and convenient home automation interface that is as usable from anywhere in the world as it is from the comfort of your couch.
Haiku takes advantage of the iPad's excellent touch interface and makes home automation easy and fun. Anything from changing the thermostat setting to controlling lights or the security system is only a few taps away. The interface is both intuitive and responsive. Haiku utilizes on-the-fly object caching to speed up the response times. Further, the interface is customizable using a "Favorites" tab, where any controller object can be added for quick access. Icons next to objects reflect their state or status at a glance.
The "Status" tab gives you a quick overview of the system's status including the security status for each area, the thermostat statuses, auxiliary sensor statuses, as well as any unacknowledged messages or insecure zones. You can tap any object in any section to quickly interact with it using an instant pop-over. For example, with a couple of taps you can arm or disarm your security system in any area.
The "Security" tab, conveniently organized by area allows you to view all zone statuses, bypass zones or arm/disarm the system (or set the mode for Lumina systems). The "Security" icon at the bottom of the screen displays a count of any insecure or bypassed zones.
The "Climate" tab provides a list of all configured thermostats and any auxiliary sensors, displaying their status, temperature and humidity levels. Tapping any thermostat allows you to have full control over its functionality including temperature and humidity setpoints, mode, fan and hold.
The "Control" tab allows you to control all of the configured lighting units in your home. Organizable by "Rooms", "All Units" or only "Lit Units", it is easy to locate and control a specific unit. Each room can be controlled as a group: Letting you turn its units on or off, set a scene or tap an individual unit to control it independently. Units can also be dimmed to any level or left on for a specified amount of time using a timer setting. The "Control" icon at the bottom of the screen displays a count of lit units, helping you save energy.
The "Audio" tab (displayed only on panels with an audio interface connected) allows control of all defined audio zones and sources. Audio zone/source control support is preliminary in this release. Please provide your feedback. Full status display and control support is coming soon.
The "Buttons" tab allows you to execute any macro button defined on your controller with ease.
The "Messages" tab provides a list of all system messages and allows you to display or acknowledge any message. The "Messages" icon at the bottom of the screen displays a count of unacknowledged messages to get your attention.
The "Settings" tab lets you have full control over the User Settings defined on your HAI controller. Set custom temperature, humidity, date, time, number, duration, level and days of week values with ease using the familiar iPad interface controls. The value of each setting is of course also displayed.
The "Events" tab provides a list of all recent system events and allows you to dig deeper and view the entire history of events if you desire as well.
Haiku provides an unprecedented level of polish for home automation interfaces and opens up a new range of possibilities for the iPad in a smart home as either a remote/tablet control interface or a wall-mountable touch panel. We'll be working to add new features to Haiku at a quick pace. Please provide your feedback, as it will help us make Haiku an even better product.
Hardware Requirements: Haiku supports all recent Ethernet-enabled HAI home automation and security controllers, including: Lumina, Lumina Pro, OmniPro II and Omni IIe. Controller firmware 3.0 or later is required.
Note: DSC security systems connected to Lumina controllers are not currently supported.