In the interest in maximizing my ability to cover lots of acreage per flight, and I don’t need a beautiful looking ortho or DSM, is there a process to simply georeference (that’s the term that comes to mind, but also could be stitching, mosaicing…not sure) images with only like 5% front and side overlap, or even no overlap? I don’t care if trees are falling over, I just want a georeferenced raster dataset where I can look at all the images in a GIS - preferably as a mosaiced tif or something like that. I am trying to conduct broad area imagery searches, that’s why I don’t need ortho quality, just looking for particular objects. The quantity of data precludes manually georeferencing. I also can’t just drop the raw jpg into a GIS and have it lay where it needs to.
Sorry if this has been covered already!