Customer-created maps Creating a map, begins with the addition of the campus, then the buildings, floors, and other spaces. Add or edit a campusA campus represents the top level in your space, and contains buildings and map sets. Identify the details of your campus, including it's location, manager, gross area, and usable area. Occupancy and utilization metrics are calculated using these details. Add or edit a buildingBuildings are assigned to campuses with a unique name, and contain floors or levels, a location, and utilization thresholds. Add or edit a floor or levelA floor is a level in a structure that contains spaces. It can be a floor of a building, or the basement, levels in a parking lot, or outdoor areas. Add or edit a spaceSpaces are assigned to floors or levels, and can be cubicles, conference rooms, restrooms, gymnasiums, elevators, parking spaces, etc. Spaces are assigned users and assets, and have the most data defined.Add or edit a zoneZones are a logical collection of spaces that can be shared across campuses, floors, or buildings. Examples of zones are: Chiller 4 Zone, Guest Wi-Fi Zone, AC 1 Zone, Power Circuit 3 Zone, etc.Delete a campusYou must delete all the buildings assigned to a campus, before deleting the campus itself.Delete a buildingBefore you can delete a building, you must first delete any floors or levels defined for it. Delete a floor or levelBefore you can delete a floor, you must first delete any spaces defined for it. Delete a spaceSpaces can be deleted from any floor or from another space as long as the space you want to remove does not have other spaces associated with it. For example, if you want to delete a space that contains several offices, those spaces must be deleted before the parent space can be deleted. Delete a zoneWhen deleting a zone, any associated assets or spaces is also deleted.