DAT is the acronym of Digital audio tape and other definitions.

In the industrial and business context, "DAT" can have multiple meanings depending on the industry and context. Here are a few examples:

  1. Digital Audio Tape: DAT is a magnetic tape format used for recording and storing digital audio. It was commonly used in the music industry during the 1990s but has since been largely replaced by digital recording technologies.

  2. Direct Air-To-Textile: DAT is a printing technology used in the textile industry that allows digital images to be printed directly onto fabric using specialized inkjet printers.

  3. Delivery at Terminal: DAT is an Incoterm (international commercial terms) used in international trade to specify the location where goods are to be delivered. It indicates that the seller is responsible for delivering the goods to a specified terminal, and the buyer is responsible for arranging and paying for transportation from the terminal to the final destination.

  4. Department of Administrative Technology: DAT is a government agency in some states that is responsible for overseeing technology and IT systems used by government agencies.

  5. Digital Analysis Technology: DAT is a technology used in the oil and gas industry to analyze the chemical and physical properties of oil and gas reservoirs in order to optimize production and improve efficiency.

  6. Data Acquisition Terminal: DAT is a device used in manufacturing and industrial automation to collect data from sensors and other equipment in order to monitor and control production processes.

Overall, the meaning of DAT in the industrial and business context depends on the specific industry and context in which it is used.

Ref: 122289/2006-10-09

Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
Digital (Digital refers to a signal that consists of ...)
Digital audio tape (DAT) (Digital audio tape (DAT) has something to do ...)

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): DATs

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