Today’s production of large scale parts out of CFRP is dominated by the use of prepreg material. Machining development has reached a high level of maturity for this purpose, but the existing single layup systems cannot meet the demand of high productivity needed for aircraft production in high quantities. Due to this, a multi layup approach is done within the ZLP to demonstrate high productivity on an industrial scale. The project covers the development of production processes for large scale, highly integrated components made of composite materials in automated fiber layup technologies. In this regard, a research facility is developed on the basis of several coordinated, robot based layup units that can be moved on a rail system. The rail system is split into a manufacturing loop, that allows a circumferential movement around a double-sided molding tool and a connected maintenance loop. In addition, the robot units are equipped with fiber placement or tape laying heads that can be used simultaneously and enables a high flexibility of the manufacturing process. The aim of the project is the development of a production technology that allows a lay up rate of more than 150 kilograms per hour of prepreg material.