The CanberraUAV Image Processing (cuav) tools are designed to quickly and accurately locate objects of interest from a large set of photos. With the addition of flight logs of geo-tagging, it can also give the location of the objects.
It can be run in realtime directly from a camera, or offine from a folder of images.
The tools can be run on both Linux and Windows platforms.
Cuav was created by
CanberraUAV <http://canberrauav.org.au/>_ as part of the
UAV Challenge <https://uavchallenge.org/>_, in order to find a missing
bushwalker from photos taken by a Unmanned Aerial System (UAS, commonly known as a "drone")
as it flew over the search area at low altitude.
Documentation is available at http://canberrauav.github.io/cuav