The systems can automatically collect data from sensors as well as control irrigation equipment, according to a news release.
The systems use battery or solar-powered stations that connect wirelessly to the Internet.
Users can remotely connect to the systems via computers or cell phones.
The deal was finalized Dec. 14.
As a result, Bulut Ersavas, chief executive officer and founder of ClimateMinder, joined Rain Bird as business development manager for the agriculture division.