Daedalia Planum is a plain on Mars located south of Arsia Mons at 21.8°S 128.0°W / -21.8; -128.0 and appears to be featureless plain with multiple lava flows and small craters. Modern imagery suggests that it may more accurately be called a "fluctus" rather than a "planum". There is evidence that an ancient 4500 km-diameter impact basin formed in the Noachian epoch may be centered in Daedalia Planum. (wikipedia entry)
A planum is a plateau or high plain. On Mars they are named after the nearest named albedo feature on the Schiaparelli or Antoniadi maps.