Srv Survey is an independent third-party application for use with Elite Dangerous by Frontier Developments. It provides on-screen assistance when a player is near a planet in the SRV, on foot or in ships. It has 3 main functions: - Organic scans: Track the location of organic scans and the distance required for the next scan. - Ground target tracking: Aiming guidance towards latitude/longitude co-ordinates. - Guardian sites: Track visited areas and the locations of items within Guardian ruins and structures. The application works by analyzing journal files written by the game when played on a PC, tracking the location of the player at the time of various events. It uses this information to render overlay windows atop the game, updated in real-time as the player moves about. For the most part the application is fully automatic, players need to start the application and then just play the game. It will remain hidden until triggered by events from the game.
What’s new in this version
- Bio scanning: track lat/long co-ordinates by arbitrary names. - Location markers automatically added when using composition scanner on bio signals. - Completed maps for Alpha, Beta and Gamma Guardian Ruins. - Tracking table lists all known Guardian Ruins, Structures and Beacons, sortable by distance to your location or any other column. - New overlay to highlight bio signals and show estimated exploration values in the FSS - New overlay tracking how many bodies: - Require DSS'ing, auto updating as bodies are scanned - Add a setting to skip DSS'ing gas giants - Have bio signals + how many have already been scanned - Fix bug about looking for journal files on C: drive. - Fix bug where large-fonts or high-dpi settings cause rendering problems.
- Track the location of organic scans and the distance required for the next scan.
- Track progress as you explore Guardian Ruins.
- Navigational guidance for finding lat/long co-ordinates.