I recently installed a couple of OmniaBlinds roller shades in my house. I have several large windows that needed roller shades and I took a chance and ordered a couple of them to test out.
The blinds took about 3 weeks to be custom cut and delivered from Europe. They were much cheaper than most competitors at that size (~$300 per window) and so far I have been very impressed. They were easy to install, look good, have long range, support widths of up to 259cm (8.5ft), and are not very loud (demo video). I am planning to order more soon.
With the blinds, I purchased a Coulisse Motion hub to enable remote control, scheduling and Alexa, which does work quite well, although the additional hub is expensive.
I am now investigating a way to link the motion hub to Hubitat to enable more complex programming. This hub is actually used by a variety of blind manufacturers, so developing a driver for the hub might enable a number of new integrations. Based on my testing with a Broadlink RM4 Pro, I think the blinds must use a 433mhz rolling code as I am unable to control them with the RM4, making direct control of the blinds unlikely.
I have been in contact with the OmniaBlinds staff, who are very helpful, and they shared with me that an API does exist for the Coulisse hub. The API has been used to integrate with Home Assistant, so I think it should be possible to integrate with Hubitat as well.
I have not tried to write a Hubitat driver before, but I am now considering trying it out. I also just wanted to share the above information to see if anyone else has experience with this hub or has any interest in helping developing a Hubitat driver?