Image Diagnostics and Recognition reference architecture

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    Architecture overview

    1. Client node connects to Amazon Cognito℠ to authenticate and generate tokens to access APIs

    2. Client node requests session setup; edge worker node is selected; session and inference servers for the session are orchestrated; session setup completed

    3. Feed node acquires and sends high-resolution video to inference server

    4. Client node receives video stream with ML inference metadata and alerts

    5. Session server uploads the inference metadata and images to Amazon® Simple Storage Service (S3) for review, reports and re-training

    6. Client node initiates session teardown; session metadata, statistics uploaded to database