acceptance testing

(redirected from Factory acceptance test)
Also found in: Medical, Acronyms.

acceptance testing

(programming)
Formal testing conducted to determine whether a system satisfies its acceptance criteria and thus whether the customer should accept the system.
References in periodicals archive ?
In a statement, Don Roussinos, Rolls-Royce, President--Naval, said: "Successful completion of the factory acceptance test is a significant achievement for everyone involved in the Type 26 Program.
The factory acceptance test is part of an extensive qualification program agreed between Man Turbo and Statoil, acting on behalf of the Asgard License Partners.
Raytheon completed the factory acceptance test for the Air Force's DGCS Block 10.
The multi-million pound investment provides the company with new production and support resources, including a clean room assembly area for Ultrapure systems and factory acceptance test facilities for pre-validated packaged plants like Orion and Osiris.
EDM's extended A320 door trainer, manufactured for China Southern Airlines, has passed its factory acceptance test (FAT), the company said.
EDM's B777 door trainer, manufactured for All Nippon Airways (ANA) has passed its factory acceptance test (FAT) earlier this month, the company said.
Aireon LLC has completed a service delivery point Factory Acceptance Test with the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA), Ireland's Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP), the company said.
The solution will encompass a full set of professional services, including design, documentation, Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) and Integrated Factory Acceptance Test (IFAT), together with on-site provisional acceptance services and commissioning.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 21, 2016-UK-based EDM's door trainer for All Nippon Airways passes factory acceptance test
In order to meet this demand Sellafield intends to award a ten year Contract to one supplier for; early support to preliminary design, delivery of detail design, manufacture, factory acceptance test, integrated works test and support to both commissioning and installation, with the upper value range of 95 000 000 - 98 000 000 GBP.
A factory acceptance test (FAT) to be conducted at the bidder~s factory.
Norwegian air traffic management technology firm Indra Navia said it completed a successful factory acceptance test for LVNL's new Garex voice communication and control system.