I'm looking for a way to get a quick overview of aerial images taken together with exterior orientation data. Available are horizontal and vertical coordinates of the camera, focal length and also the orientation of the camera at the instant of the exposure. Orientation can be as Roll/Pitch/Yaw or Omega/Phi/Kappa. Also we have available a rough dtm for the mission region.
What I would like is a process to drape the images in correct scale and perspective onto the DTM surface which should result in a somewhat accurate "Quick View Orthophoto". Main purpose are quality checks for example to check for complete coverage of a mission area, sufficient image overlaps, clouds or cloud shadows and so on.
Can anybody point me to a toolset able to do such things?
I'm thinking of maybe using Python in QGIS to process images and metadata into such an project overview.