Nim Home Assistant (NimHA) is a hub for combining multiple home automation devices and automating jobs. Nim Home Assistant is developed to run on a Raspberry Pi with a 7" touchscreen, mobile devices and on large screens.
Please visit the Wiki page for more information on installation, requirements and the modules.
NimHA is currently in BETA.
Work before reaching stable:
- Avoid database lock error (multiple connections at the same time - which SQLite does not like)
- The alarm module's countdown proc() is currently not working (this means that when the alarm has been triggered, it will immediately go into ringing mode)
- Interactive dashboard showing all the data in separate cards.
- Drag and drop the cards in a custom order
- The dashboard uses websocket, so there is no need for refreshing the page - the data renders continuously
- Responsive design for PC's, mobile phones and Raspberry Pi 7" touchscreen
- Alarm system integrated with Xiaomi IOT devices
- Custom actions when the alarm status changes, e.g. from armed to ringing send mail
- Custom alarm codes for each user
- User defined arm time
- Integrated with Xiaomi Smart Home devices
- Constantly monitor your devices
- Send commands to your device, e.g. play sound on the gateway
- Auto discovery of devices
- Schedule automatic actions on the minute
- Utilize actions from the different modules, e.g. send mails, notifications, etc.
- Monitor the expiration date on your SSL certificates
- View where each of your Owntrack devices are located
- Add custom waypoints to the map
- Use Google maps
- Connect to your mail server and create mail templates, which can be used in the different modules
- Define custom MQTT templates (topic and message)
- Send MQTT message when the alarm changes status or with cronjobs
- Send test messages via MQTT
- Create templates which can be used in different modules
- Test commands from the browser
- Monitor the health of your system
** Compile with
-d:rpi to enable **
- Automate actions using the Raspberry Pi's GPIO
- Write to the pins
- Read the values from the pins
- Keep an eye on your favorite RSS feeds
- Watch your MJPEG stream from the dashboard
- Show a static image from URL
- Get a static image from a LAN url, save the image to NimHA and show it, to avoid exposing LAN url to the internet
- Stay notified with the Pushbullet integration on all your devices