The BMC ADO16 (Amalgamated Drawing Office project number 16) is a family of economical small family cars built by the British Motor Corporation (BMC) and, later, British Leyland.
BMC Software is an American technology company. BMC produces software and services that assist businesses in moving to digital operations.
Austin Motor Company's small straight-4 automobile engine, the A-Series, is one of the most common in the world.
The BMC ADO17 is the model code that was used by the British Motor Corporation (BMC) for a range of cars produced from September 1964 to 1975 and sold initially under its Austin marque as the Austin 1800. The car was also sold by Morris as the Morris 1800 and by Wolseley as the Wolseley 18/85, and later as the Austin 2200, Morris 2200 and Wolseley Six.
The BMC B-series was a straight-4 cylinder internal combustion engine mostly used in motor cars, created by British company Austin Motor Company.
The BMC Racing Cup is a multi-round mountain bike racing series with different venues in Switzerland. The discipline in which national and international riders compete is the Olympic Cross-country (XCO).
BMC Remedy Action Request System (ARS) is a proprietary application server developed initially by Remedy Corp and acquired by BMC Software in 2002. It is best known as being part of the BMC Remedy IT Management Suite, a set of applications that runs over ARS.
BMC Switzerland AG (abbreviation of "Bicycle Manufacturing Company") is a bicycle and cycling product manufacturer based in Grenchen, Switzerland.
BMC Racing Team (UCI Team Code: BMC) is a UCI ProTeam title sponsored by BMC, a Swiss-based bicycle frame manufacturer.
The BMC C-Series was a straight-6 automobile engine produced from 1954 to 1971. Unlike the Austin-designed A-Series and B-Series engines, it came from the Morris Engines drawing office in Coventry and therefore differed significantly in its layout and design from the two other designs which were closely related.