You can accomplish this task using NirCmd by NirSoft. It is generously provided as gratis software from Nir Sofer, the author. It is not currently open-source, but that was not mentioned as a requirement.
You can set the cursor position using the setcursor [X] [Y] command. From the documentation:
Set the position of mouse cursor. The [X] and [Y] ...
You can use driver easy. But you have to install the drivers manually.
I made this software to solve the headache of manual driver installation. The software is free and open source. It automates the whole process with a wizard. You just have to specify the .inf file and that's all!!!
Here is the link to download: