An Efficient Damage Relief System based on Image Processing and Deep Learning Techniques


  • Dr.N. Kanya
  • Dr. Pacha Shobha Rani
  • Dr.S. Geetha
  • Dr.M. Rajkumar
  • G. Sandhiya



The Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) has been around for a long time but has been widely used recently by humans. Their acceptance of various communications-based applications is expected to improve coverage, compared to traditional ground-based solutions. In this paper, the Deep-learning and Image Processing Process framework is expected to provide solutions to the various problems already identified when UAVs are used for communication purposes. UAVs are used in disaster relief because of their accessibility even in inaccessible places. In this paper, we propose research into Deep learning and Image Processing strategies for UAVs. In deep learning is a form of machine learning that teaches computers to do what comes naturally to people: learn by example and get a lot of attention recently and for a good reason. It achieves previously impossible results. Image processing is the process of performing a specific task on an image, finding an enhanced image or extracting useful information from it. So our paper has the idea of using in depth face recognition and photo processing a digital photo taken by the UAV to identify victims of rescue, overcoming back to the latest UAV technology some of which include blurry images, unable to identify the victim when there are too many objects and much more. The solution includes a variety of features that allow for the distribution of images. It includes features and presentation of image detection and demonstrates the effectiveness of drone use in damage applications.