I am trying to figure out the most cost-effective way to process images and share results with clients. I am going to be surveying ranches of about 1000 acres, so expecting 3000+ images per map. My computer only has 8GB of RAM, so I figure even doing split-merge would be futile considering the processing power.
Here is my idea, would love to hear if this is doable or not:
1.) Install WebODM on my computer and set up tunneling so clients can access it online. (Sharing maps and models)
2.) Install a processing node on an AWS EC2 server and only turn this on when processing these large image sets.
I think this solution is the most cost-effective for my business while allowing me to employ all the tools of webodm. What do people think?