A traditional map allows us to navigate from one location to another.
A customised interactive map allows us to navigate around a building or event (e.g. museum, a hospital, a school, a shopping centre or an exhibition) AND also provides access to additional information (e.g. Online resources, opening hours etc.) and web links (e.g. to an exhibitor’s website at an exhibition). Exhibitors can also host links to their exhibition stands from their website.
At MyMap we create maps of physical spaces which are used for navigation and retrieval of relevant information about the space
We also create maps which give access to information about various organisations, e.g. GAA clubs, Local Authority’s etc.
The examples below highlight a small selection of the content we can cover.
The possibilities are endless.
Floor Plans - Interactive Tour
At MyMap our aim is to provide online custom interactive floor plans for your visitors to interact with and explore interiors and exteriors.
Interactive floor plans give visitors a sense of place. They can see how one room relates to another and when combined with images and text they give visitors a more complete understanding of your building.
Visitors can explore your building at their own pace and view what is of interest to then.
Exhibitions and conferences
This interactive map shows the stand/stage layout for an exhibition.
Benefits for the Exhibition Organiser
It can be used to easily manage the allocation of stands to exhibitors.
All information is contained in one location- no need for a map and a separate list of exhibitors
The number of exhibitors in each category is clearly shown
The stands available for allocation are clearly shown
Benefits for Exhibitors
Exhibitors can choose their stand from the list of available.
Exhibitors can have a link from their website to their stand at an exhibition
Exhibitors can see who is exhibiting near them.
This interactive map shows the floor layout for three levels of a shopping centre. The map is colour-coded based on the category of the unit occupier. Each category also shows the number of occupiers in the category. The example also has a category showing the units available, so the map can be used as a tool to manage the allocation of units and is easily updated when units are taken.
When you move the mouse over each unit you see details for the business occupying that particular unit. Clicking on the unit takes you to more details on the individual business and its website if it has one. The categories on the left have dropdown lists of occupiers to simplify searching for a particular business. The search box can also be used if you are unsure of the category.
This interactive map shows the layout for a housing estate development. The map is colour-coded based on the house type and the sale status of the house. Each category also shows a count of the number of houses in the category. This is easily updated when the sale status changes.
This type of map provides information about a housing development and is very beneficial for the developer, the estate agent and the customer searching for a new house. The map can be created as soon as the estate layout drawing and the plans for the different house types are available.
When you hover the mouse over each site, you see details for the site and its sale status. The categories on the left have dropdown lists of house type and sale status to simplify searching for a particular site. The search box can also be used if you are unsure of the category. The different house type plans can also be accessed from the map together with the estate agent’s contact details.
This interactive map gives access to GAA county websites and Local Authority contact details and their websites.
The GAA map shows the counties of Ireland who have GAA county teams. The map is colour coded based on the county colours. When you hover the mouse over each county you see the county name. Clicking on the county takes you to that county’s GAA website.
The Local Authority map shows the 31 Local Authorities in Ireland. When you hover the mouse over each area you see the local authority’s address and contact details. Clicking on the more button will take you to the website of that Local Authority.
The level and complexity of information can be customised to suit customer requirements.