Here's a sampling of things ScanEngine Explorer's predacessor's managed on a scale of several hundred devices for various Wireless Internet Service Providers:
The following examples depicts what this very latest ScanEngine Explorer currently monitors for a 4-house HOA with a shared internet connection and a shared well.
This example illustrates how ScanEngine Explorer can integrate arbitrary "things" that can be connected to the internet. In this case, we simply have pumps and reservoirs. A simple device with an ethernet interface was added that provides a web page that provides a glimpse of the reservoir water level and the pumps (well and pressure tank). What ScanEngine Explorer does is continuously poll the device every few seconds by HTTP, thus creating new web pages that graphically display daily and monthly water usage, as well as pump usage.
In an area where Internet is not generally available the HOA brings in Internet where an inexpensive managed switch with an SNMP agent monitors per house traffic flow. What ScanEngine Explorer does is continuously poll the managed switch every few seconds by SNMP, thus creating new web pages that graphically display the traffic flow, thus depicting the health of the Internet connection.