I cannot use Capture Pilot over my Wifi network and I do not have time to troubleshoot the networking issues.
The simplest solution is to create a "Computer to Computer" network in your AirPort Networks.
1. Select the AirPort options from the menu bar and then click Create Network.
2. Give a name to the network (the name of the user is provided by default).
3. The Wireless connection icon will change to indicate you have created a local network.
4. In the iPad/iPhone/iPod touch Wifi menu, select the new network.
NOTE: Switching networks can take some time. You will not be able to connect until the Wifi symbol in the top left corner appears again.
5. In Capture One 6 DB/Pro, navigate to the Camera tab and locate the Capture Pilot tool. Press OK.
6. Name the image server in the Server Name field (blue arrow). This is the name that will appear on the mobile device.
In the Folder field, select which folder to display from the session folders (green arrow).
When done, press Start Image Server to continue (orange arrow).
7. Launch Capture Pilot on the mobile device.
8. The server will appear in the server list. Touch it once to browse.
To get full instructions, go to http://help.phaseone.com/en/CO6/capture-pilot/
9. The thumbnail list will load from the session folder that was selected in step x.
Touch a thumbnail once to go to full screen.
Touch the histogram icon to show the pop out histogram.
Double-tap to zoom to 100%. Touch and drag your finger to the pan. Double-tap again to zoom out. To return to thumbs, tap the image once to load the navigation bar, then tap the Folder name arrow in the top left corner.
If Capture Pilot Server failed to start, then the Bonjour component is missing. Check this article for more details.
If your iPad gets disconnected from the ad hoc network, switch autojoin to On in the Settings -> Wifi -> nameofadhocnetwork>prefs.
If the server fails to start or the Capture Pilot does not respond, you must force quit it from the background processes before relaunching the app. Double-click on the Home button to bring up background applications on your tablet. Depending on the version of iOS, either press and hold the application until the red "-" appears or swipe up to remove the application from the background processes.