This year’s robot focuses on maneuverability. Our drive train has two modes: a tank mode that uses the standard wheels and a second mode that uses mechanum wheels which allows us to move quickly in tight spaces and place cones quickly while the second mode gives us the grip of the standard wheels when needed like going up the ramp to the charge station or when playing offense. We pick up cones with a claw moved by two pneumatic pistons and cushioned by thick foam pads which have covered in mesh foam which allows us to grip the game pieces better without using more pressure and risking popping the cubes. This system operates on two sets of rails and is attached to a motor that acts like a wrist allowing the arm to tilt 180 degrees. We use a telescoping arm with two modes to extend in order to place the game pieces on two levels and is supported by constant force springs. This is all mounted to an A frame which also holds our air tank with a separate cut off valve which allows us to depressurize our system without having to refill the tank which takes a lot of power and time. Also attached to the frame is our mascot philly who makes it easy for our alliance to identify us while also serving as a good joke among the team. We have two cameras attached to the robot on the frame that allows us to read the April tags in autonomous and one mounted further down on the arm that allows us to see where we are in relation to the game piece which allows us to pick up things across the field. On the arm across from the first camera is our limelight which locates the April tags and aligns with the reflective tape. We have modes programmed into the controls which allows the automatic possessing to take over and quickly and accurately align the robot to score cones. The bottom of our robot is covered by a polycarb sheet that we added adhesive seams to that allow it to fold along 3 seams letting us easy access to the battery and pneumatics while protecting all of the electronics. We also cut allowances in the poly card that allows us to easily reach the power switch and pressure release valve. All of the wires and tubes on the robot sit below the polycard or within metal channels this allows us to have the arm sit inside the robot to protect it without risking pulling any wires or damaging any tubes. We are consistently successful at setting game pieces on all levels and getting into the charging station. Most importantly when referring to the charging station we are able to stay on the station when other robots drive on and off due to our pneumatic braking system.