Idesco providing security at 2016 Little League World Series

Aug. 18, 2016
Leading NYC security systems integrator will provide XXL 2.0 Oversized ID Badge Printer to help improve safety at the Little League World Series

New York, NY — August 17, 2016 — Idesco Corp., a leading New York-based security systems integrator, has announced it will be a security provider for the 70th Little League World Series, the final event of the Little League International Tournament and the most prestigious youth baseball and softball competition in the world. The Little League World Series will take place August 18th – 28th at the Lamade and Volunteer Stadiums in Williamsport, PA.  As part of being a security provider, Idesco has provided The Little League Baseball with the XXL 2.0 ID card printer for free, to have until the conclusion of the event. The oversized ID badge printer will be used to print over 700 ID badges to visually identify members of the media and to show their proper credentials. Hundreds of media professionals from around the world from print to television and radio will be attending the event. Being able to identify the members of the media quickly and efficiently is important to the safety of the attendees.

Idesco is the exclusive US Dealer for the XXL 2.0 oversized card printer. The XXL 2.0 ID card printer is a unique solution designed to personalize oversized ID cards on demand. Oversized photo ID cards let users visually scan a crowd and identify at a glance who has proper credentials and access rights to designated areas.

“As you can imagine, with an event of this size, the ability to visually identify authorized members of the working media from organizations all over the world can be a challenging task. This year Idesco really ‘stepped up to the plate’ to provide us with the latest oversized credential printer technology to make media credentials that are larger than our typical ID badges so that they are more prominent and easier to read.” states James Ferguson, Director of Security for Little League Baseball and Softball, Inc.

With thousands of people attending this esteemed event that takes place over the course of 10 days with 2 phases, it is important to have security measures in place. By having the advantage of the large ID badges to quickly identify media personnel within the crowd is beneficial to the overall security of the event.

 “We are proud to be a security provider for such a prestigious event and to offer the XXL 2.0 card printer to The Little League World Series. Idesco has secured major event venues in the past and with the XXL 2.0 printer, securing large-scale events has become a lot easier,” states Andrew Schonzeit, President at Idesco.  “It is a true honor to offer this outstanding solution to help protect not only our children and staff but also the attendees of this premier event.”

Easy to use, the XXL 2.0 printer features a Plug & Play driver for Windows and Mac, standard USB, and a convenient display, making it a great choice for an event of this magnitude. Ideal for such a largely scaled sporting event the XXL printer can print up to 180 full cards per hour in color, and up to 1,400 cards per hour in monochrome. The production power gives The Little League World Series staff the ability to print the large quantity needed for this event as well as the ability to print badges instantly for those who register late. Additionally, the cards are extremely durable and can be flipped manually to issue dual-sided badges. 

For more information, contact Idesco at 212-889-2530 or visit

About Idesco Corp.

Idesco has been leading the security industry for over 71 years and offers a full range of security products including, digital ID badging systems, access control, biometrics, turnstiles, visitor management, and digital video surveillance.  Idesco started as a pioneer in ID Badging and has evolved into a full-service security systems integrator that designs and manages high-scale system installations in major universities, television networks, and large municipalities.   For further information, please visit