Unknown (presumed dead)
Monorail: Facility Transport (audio log only)
Samuel J. Harding (Identification Number: 6107-37) was an engineer assigned to the Monorail on Mars.
Sam's PDA can be found in the Recycling Facility Boarding area.
Magnetic Lock Repairs
This is the audio log of engineer Sam Harding, dated April 5th, 2145.
I have just completed repairs on the magnetic locks and have significantly reprogrammed the pressure sensors on the monorail systems. My fellow engineers and I confident that the accident of last week will never happen again. The accident should never have happened in the first place. The internal sensors led the computers to believe that there was a vacuum inside the vehicle. Unfortunately, the computer decided that the only way to fix this pressure discrepancy was to open all doors in an attempt to equalize pressure with the outside. In going over 15,000 lines of code today, I can see no reason for this tragic event to have occurred, but somehow the logs show the discrepancy as clear as day. Honestly, this looks to me like another case of a solid system going to hell on a handbasket. I'm confident that the layers of protection I added to the code today will prevent any such occurrences from happening again. I'm off to meet engineer Jim Torbin at the access doors the Delta Complex platform to try and troubleshoot a faulty track sensor that's been causing the door to stick.
Door Repair (10-23-2145)
I completed the repairs on door A32 today it should open more smoothly.
On a separate note, did you see those artifacts that the science team recently shipped into the Delta Complex? I don't know what they were but I certainly don't like them being transported outside of the cargo crates, it just creeps me out seeing them, knowing that we are working above some sort of alien ruins. Just the thought of what might be lurking in those caves gives me shivers.
I don't know, maybe I'm just over-reacting....
Turret Gun Mounting Brackets (11-03-2145)
I need you to check the mounting brackets on the turret gun here in security, they seem to be rattling when the turret moves.
RE: Turret Gun Mounting Brackets (11-05-2145)
Thank you for repairing that so quickly.
To: Karl Cullen
I fixed the mounting brackets this morning; it was those damn Mixom bolts again. I really wish the UAC would find a better sub-contractor.