Though she hadn’t been working at Aperture for very long, the continual multiverse errors were already plenty familiar to her. When she found herself in the foreign facility with no warning, she wasn’t particularly surprised.
Her usual approach to the situation was to either find an employee for help or head straight to the multiverse machine herself. But given the fact that the facility didn’t appear to be Aperture the second option didn’t seem too practical, and the empty silence made the first option unlikely as well.
There were cameras, though. If she was lucky, maybe the place wasn’t entirely abandoned and someone was watching. She decided to test out that theory, directing a greeting at the nearest camera. “Hello?”
A silence broke as voice spoke to one of the many cameras that watched throughout different areas of the facility. A human had entered, the point of entry could not yet be specified. But this could not help but make the automaton feel curious of the new guest that had popped up.
So with little ado the machine decided to greet the woman over the intercom, one of the simple ways that allowed for communication. “Hello.” Replied her voice.