Most of the myServer 6 user interfaces incorporate floorplans for an intuitive understanding of what systems you can control in each area.
To implement this, you need a floorplan graphics file.
Allonis has a floorplan graphical services offering. If you provide us your floorplan, we can convert that into an easy to use and polished user interface.
Most cost effective is if the file you provide to Allonis is a CAD (.dwg) design file of the area that will have system controls. This file should be just the walls, the bar (for a sports bar / restaurant) and optionally tables (don't provide tables if you will be moving tables around regularily). There should be no text and no TVs on this base floorplan file.
You can also provide a clean PDF file. This takes a little more time to process so it will be more expensive.
A hand drawn file is also usable, but certainly will have to be redrawn in software so will be the most expensive.
You should also provide another graphical file with the floorplan and TV locations and TV names (1,2,3,4...). This does not need to be a CAD file. It can be powerpoint, a pdf, or a photo of a good hand drawing.
If there are more than one floor, typically the user interface will have a software button to choose which floor to display.
Deluxe, a tablet (like an iPad) can be located on a particular floor or room. The user interface on that device can default to that room / floor for faster operation.
If the floorplan is large, Allonis can also design the user interface so that you can touch and and slide ("Pan") the floorplan to one side to expose rest of floorplan.