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ATC may refer to:




Other organizations[edit]

Science, technology, and medicine[edit]

  • Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical Classification System, a WHO drug classification system
  • Ancillary Terrestrial Component, a terrestrial mobile telecom system added to a mobile satellite system, approved by the U.S. FCC for portions of the S band
  • Automatic Temperature Compensator, an electronic device which measures the temperature of petroleum products during delivery and automatically calculates the amount of product as though it had been delivered at 15°C
  • Automatic Tool Changer, in the machine tool industry, a unit which allows CNC Turning Centers (lathes) to automatically change cutting tools
  • Anaplastic thyroid cancer, a form of thyroid cancer
  • Certified Athletic Trainer, an allied health care professional whose primary concern is the prevention, recognition, care and rehabilitation of athletic injuries.
  • UK Astronomy Technology Centre, based at the Royal Observatory in Edinburgh, Scotland, part of the Science and Technology Facilities Council


  • Advanced transportation controller, a standardization effort as part of the United States Department of Transportation's Intelligent transportation system
  • All-Terrain Cycle, or All-Terrain Vehicle, an off-road, 3-, 4-, or 6-wheel motorcycle-like vehicle
  • Air Tanzania Corporation, the former state-owned airline of Tanzania
  • Automatic Temperature Control (ATC), also known as Automatic Climate Control, an industry name for automatic Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems for automobiles
  • Automatic Train Control, a safety system for railways
  • Air traffic control, a service provided to aircraft by ground-based controllers
  • Air traffic controllers, people who expedite and maintain a safe and orderly flow of air traffic in the global air traffic control system
  • A Type certificate (ATC), awarded by aviation regulating bodies to aerospace manufacturers after it has established a design of an aircraft component that has fulfilled a regulating bodies' current prevailing airworthiness regulations


Television, film, and music[edit]


Computer games[edit]

  • Advanced Tactical Center, a family of software tools for computer games
  • Armacham Technology Corporation, a fictional technology developer in the video game F.E.A.R.


  • Agreement on Textiles and Clothing, governed the world trade in textiles and garments from 1994 through 2004
  • Average cost or Average total cost, a concept in economics
  • Audio Tele-Conference, or conference call


Games and hobbies[edit]

Other uses[edit]