acceptance testing

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acceptance testing

(programming)
Formal testing conducted to determine whether a system satisfies its acceptance criteria and thus whether the customer should accept the system.
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"This tour of Factory Acceptance Test is one of three tours planned to ensure successful implementation of the new AFC systems.
Amway was looking for a standardized approach to FATs across the organization, and the development of an OpX protocol, a work product, and an accompanying checklist called Factory Acceptance Tests: Protocols for Capital Equipment in the CPG Industry, tied in well with Amway's plans to positively impact equipment start-up.
EDM, a global provider of training simulators to the civil aviation and defence sectors, has announced that the E170 Door Trainer it has manufactured for S7 Airlines passed its Factory Acceptance Test (FAT).
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 units come fully assembled and tested, and are delivered with a factory acceptance test certificate at no extra charge.
Proper planning and good teamwork during the design along with a thorough factory acceptance test ensured no shutdown of the fuel oil blender, which is running continuously round the clock.
Raytheon completed the factory acceptance test for the Air Force's DGCS Block 10.2 multi-intelligence core in August of this year.
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.
The solution offers one integrated manual, integrated single validation documents and a combined Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) that helps streamline the site integration and validation process.