Does anyone have any advice on how one might georeference/orthorectify oblique imagery taken over the open ocean from a manned aircraft? The aircraft will have an RTK-enabled GNSS/INS onboard. I was thinking we could use the timestamps to link the position of the aircraft with the imagery. However, this is only one piece of the puzzle, as we would need to stretch the image to fit it into its position on the ground.
Since we will know the position, heading and height of the aircraft and the angle at which the images are being taken, surely we have all the information we need, but how would it work in practice?