AMRA S.c.a r.l. is an entirely public, non-profit Company. It was formed in 2005, as a result of an EU funded project. The leading partner of AMRA Scarl is the University of Naples “Federico II”, the other partners being four public Universities, CNR, INGV, the Zoological Station “Anton Dohrn”. AMRA operates in the fields of natural and anthropogenic risk assessment and mitigation. AMRA owns the ISNET EEW network installed in Irpinia and other large innovative instrumentations. Early warning methods for natural hazards and quantitative probabilistic multi-risk assessment are his core activities.

AMRA operates in close partnership with the National Department of Civil Protection and the Regional Civil Protection. AMRA has been involved in several EU FP6 projects. It was coordinator of the NARAS (Natural Risk Assessment) Project, which contributed to the diffusion of early warning methods in Europe and issued guidelines for multiple-hazard and multi risk assessment. It was promoter and member of the management team of the SAFER (Seismic Early Warning For Europe) Project. AMRA is currently involved in several FP7 Projects. It is coordinating the REAKT (Towards real-time earthquake risk reduction) project and the CLUVA (CLimate change and Urban Vulnerability in Africa). Among the others, it is partner of the following projects: SYNER-G (Systemic Seismic Vulnerability and Risk Analysis for Buildings, Lifeline Networks and Infrastructures Safety Gain); SAFELAND (Living with Landslide Risk in Europe); GEISER (Geothermal Engineering Integrating Mitigation of Induced Seismicity in Reservoirs); MATRIX (New Multi-HAzard and MulTi-RIsK Assessment MethodS for Europe); NERA (Network of European Research Infrastructures for Earthquake Risk Assessment and Mitigation).