BDR may refer to:
The BDR Thermea Group is a European manufacturer of domestic and industrial heating appliances. The firm was created by the merger of Baxi and De Dietrich Remeha in 2009. Based in Apeldoorn, the Netherlands BDR Thermea provides heating and hot water products for UK, France, Germany, Spain, The Netherlands and Italy and has strong positions in the rapidly growing markets of Eastern Europe, Turkey, Russia, North America and China.
Ripping is extracting all or parts of digital contents from a container. Originally it meant to rip music out of Amiga games.
Blu-ray Disc Recordable (or BD-R) refers to two direct to disc optical disc recording technologies that can be recorded on to an optical disc with an optical disc recorder.
With regard to warez groups or organized piracy groups, a movie is usually released in several formats and different versions because the primary sources used by a group for a particular movie may vary.
The Bangladesh Rifles revolt was a mutiny staged on 25 and 26 February 2009 in Dhaka by a section of the Bangladesh Rifles (BDR), a paramilitary force mainly tasked with guarding the borders of Bangladesh.
The bidirectional reflectance distribution function (BRDF;
The Char G1 was a French replacement project for the Char D2 medium tank. Several prototypes from different companies were developed since 1936, but not a single one had been fully completed at the time of the Fall of France in 1940. The projects represented some of the most advanced French tank design of the period and finally envisaged a type that would have been roughly equal in armament and mobility to later World War II standard tanks of other nations, such as the Soviet T-34 and the American M4 Sherman, but possessing several novel features, such as gun stabilisation, a semi-automatic loader and an optical rangefinder.
The Belvidere and Delaware River Railway Company (reporting mark BDRV) is a class III railroad in the United States.
A Backup and Disaster Recovery Appliance (also BDR Appliance or BDR) is a specialized backup appliance that includes both backup software, backup storage, and a hypervisor to support local disaster recovery on the appliance.