I need to know how to automatically create georeferenced rasters from multiple non-intersecting photos taken by UAS DJI Phantom 4 Pro. All EXIF metadata is present in every photo - coordinates, height, camera angles (yaw, pitch, roll). Here is screenshot, with EXIF metadata.
Theses photos do not intersect, so it is impossible to create orthopoto with automated photogrammetry software (e.g. Agisoft Photoscan, Pix4D Mapper, Trimble INPHO). Of course, I can georeference these photos manually in desktop GIS based on underlying satellite imagery, but it is not feasible due to large number of images and time constraints.
We regularly perform monitoring flights over rivers and open water areas and take number of non-intersecting images when we observe species of interest. We need to quickly georeference these images for subsequent use as a layer in GIS for further analysis.
I realize, that this is not standard UAS scenario, but I hope there will be solution. We do not need precise georefencing, just a tough one will suffice.
I have seen something similar done with MISB-compliant video for UAS by means "Full-Motion Video" Plugin for ArcGIS. MISB-compliant video has coordinates and camera orientation parameters which Full-Motion Video Plugin utilizes for georeferencing any single video frames: Full Motion Video (FMV) ArcMap (by Esri).
So, I am looking for something similar for UAS photos.