Haskell tools for satellite operations

At last week's CUFP I did a talk called “Haskell tools for satellite operations”. The abstract is:

Since 2013-04 the presenter has been supporting SSC (the Swedish Space Corporation) in operating the telecommunications satellite “Sirius 3” from its Mission Control Center in Kiruna. Functions in the satellite vendor's operations software are breaking down as the orbit of the ageing satellite degrades. To fill in the gaps in software capabilities the presenter has developed several operational tools using Haskell.
The talk will give an overview of the satellite operations environment, the tools developed in Haskell, how they benefitted (and occasionally suffered) from the choice of implementation language, which (public) libraries were critical to their success, and how they were deployed in the satellite operations environment.
A video recording of the talk is available on the CUFP page for the talk and on youtube.

If this interests you be sure to check out the other talk from the “Functional programming in space!” track; Michael Oswald's Haskell in the Misson Control Domain.