Fair trade certification is the confirmation from an official organization that a product was produced and sold according to fair trade principles: mainly, fair compensation to farmers for their labor.
Additional goals of fair trade networks include environmental sustainability and women’s empowerment.
Smart farming refers to the use of connected technology and artificial intelligence in the field of agriculture. It is also referred to as smart agriculture, agritech, agrotech, or even agro technology. However, the terms agritech and agrotech include the fields of horticulture and aquaculture.
Precision agriculture refers to the management of farms with satellite and other data and technologies. The resulting maps provide highly detailed information about the topology and condition of farms, down to the individual plants.
Other common terms for precision agriculture include satellite farming and site-specific crop management.