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ABOUT US

Research and Innovation for Security

 

MISSION

RisLab – Research and Innovation Laboratory for Safety S.r.l. is an innovative startup that produces innovation in the field of monitoring and control for security and safety of people and infrastructures (buildings, bridges, dams, banks, public transport, electricity, water network).

RisLab is also involved in the creation and commercialisation of innovative products, and their installation and maintenance.

In less than three years, with a hard work, RisLab established important partnerships with national and international leading companies, collected three patents, and obtained important awards.

PEOPLE

RisLab’s activities are developed by a highly qualified staff, merging people with a long lasting experience in the critical infrastructure monitoring field, engineers, PhDs and academic professors.
RisLab has partnership agreements (non binding) with University of Naples Federico II, IBM and with Security National Consortium, the Italian leader in the physical security field.

Soci:
Alessia Romano | Giorgio Ventre | Antonio Romano | Davide De Micco

Amministratore unico:
Giuseppe Di Cintio

OTHER INFO

RISLAB activities are carried out by highly qualified personnel and by subjects operating in the research and security sector.

The company is based on the open innovation model; RisLab is made of academics, PhDs, PhD students, people with specific competencies in monitoring and in physical security systems.

The RisLab Technical Scientific Committee is supervised by Prof. Giorgio Ventre, Director of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (DIETI) at theFederico II University of Naples.

Research activities are led by Ing. Flavio Frattini, PhD in Computer and Automatic Engineering from the Federico II University of Naples .

RisLab professionals include electronic engineers and technicians with high skills in the security sector.

We are RISLAB

RisLab activities are carried out by highly qualified personnel including technicians, engineers, PhDs, and academics.