In 2016, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) banned Predator drones, as well as the Predator Black Hawk and Predator XR Predator, from being flown over U.S. airports, citing a threat to national security.

That led the National Center for Atmospheric Research to create the ACER Predator Monitor.

The monitor monitors and protects the environment by monitoring and tracking aircraft and other flying objects.

In 2016 it was deployed at a drone flight from the U.K. to Israel.

The drone was later used in a similar incident that led to the death of a drone pilot in the United States in 2016.

The ACER monitors are equipped with GPS and radio-frequency identification (RFID) tags that can be used to track the location of the drone.

The tags can be attached to a drone by attaching a small piece of paper to the drone’s wing.

The tracking can be triggered using the onboard GPS and radar systems.

If a drone is found to be in violation of the monitoring rules, it is banned from flying.