Although electronic warning systems can communicate wirelessly, they must rely on batteries or electric connections for power, and they are susceptible to jamming. The success of our moth pheromone warning system depends more on being able to keep the moths inside the borders of your secure area than on training the female moths to produce pheromones only when they detect that your perimeter has been penetrated. Bounding the females to an area is a process of imprinting them on the area while caged before we release them. This being done, moths work well day or night. The males are kept in their cages where our AI program interprets their behaviors. This system is optimized for deployment in a series of temporary protective areas since the lifetime of our moths is four months.