Not sure if this came up. Assume a home with a standard 100A split phase mains. Or heck: 200A.
Request #1: as more and more stuff becoming power hungry, etc. a home may tend to utilize almost its full capacity. If one factors in the in rush due to mutilple motors, etc the main breaker may start to trip. So, would it not be great if this product post historical analysis start to determine if a particular home is nearing its stated capacity and sends out warnings? This way a homeowner can plan for an upgrade beforehand. If he is already at utility max capacity (usually 300A) then he can sit back and re look his usage?
Request #2: Almost all residential breakers are specifically built to sustain its max rated load for xx time. In other words, 15A sustained current for (say) 5 minutes. If sense can detect a big current draw and that too its longer than xx minutes it has a potential of overheating a circuit breaker. Case in point: with the deluge of EV charging stations an electrician was telling me cases of breakers overheating has quadrupled. Another case where Sense can do preemptive warnings!!