Kismet keys in a series of commands, and a large hologram of the Vandammung appears in the center of the room. It is a schematic view, with each different structural or electrical system denoted in a different colour. At present, it's a near-indecipherable mess, a dense polychromatic web. Kismet, who has been standing to one side of the room, wanders over to stand next to it. With a few deft strokes of her hands, she guts the hologram, sorting it into four different views of the Vandammung, each with a different set of sub-systems highlighted. "Okay," she begins "our primary salvage targets are: the cargo - at least 20 tonnes of the stuff. That's going to be here," (she gestures to a large set of bays which comprise the core of the Vandammung) "in these storage bays. Next, we need the non-sentient AI core - that's over here. Finally, we need three sets of files, which we shouldn't have a problem accessing as long as the computers are functioning. Our first objective will be to assess the integrity of the Vandammung's computers, and her power grid. That's going to tell us whether or not we need to go to Main engineering - here - to get the power up. As for the ship-wide network, if that's offline I suggest we make it a discretionary priority; even if I can get it up and running again, there's no guarantee the data the company wants will be intact when I do."
Kismet pauses for a second to collect herself.