Health care in India has been ranked 112th position out of 190 countries by WHO (World Health Organization). The health care in this country falls behind due to high cost for treatment and medication. The Conventional robots used in the field of medical need high memory and computation power for decision making and task execution. Which in turn leads to a high budget in the construction of robots. To overcome this problem and to provide a solution for upgrading healthcare, we propose a new architecture which makes use of Commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) for cloud robotics. Then, the key forces behind the progress of cloud robotics are analyzed. This chapter mainly deals with the patient who needs first aid at times of emergency (based on the data from COTS product) and how the cloud robot stands by to help the patient. COTS help in tracking the health of individuals and these reports are stored either in the devices or on storage spaces. And the use of these products reduces the cost of the proposed model. As the data are stored in the cloud or on the device the robots do not require memory space for storing these data. Henceforth the memory requirement for the robot can be reduced which in turn the cost spent on the memory of the robot and its size.
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