Strategic Planning Manager for Technology Development,
Gary Stuebing is currently leading the Internet of Things standards efforts at Cisco Systems in the Intent Based Network Group CTO’s office. Stuebing was the Director of Telecommunications at Mutual Life of Canada until 1996. In 1996 he went into private consulting. He eventually moved to Charlotte, NC and managed the Telecom group at Belk Stores Services. In 2000, he joined Duke Energy as a member of the IT Strategies and Architecture group with responsibility for IT communications and infrastructure services. During this time, he was also a key member of the Mergers and Acquisitions team. He led a group, which managed the integration of IT for mergers, acquisitions and divestitures. In 2004, he became a permanent member of the Power Line Communications Group at Duke Energy. It was during this time where he led the efforts to build a business case for “smart” Power Distribution communications. Stuebing had been the lead for Powerline Communications standards and regulatory work at Duke Energy. In 2007, he joined the Smart Grid PLC and Network Design team as a Strategic Planning Manager. In 2012, Stuebing led the efforts for Smart Grid Standard in Cisco’s Connected Energy business group. He is currently the Strategic Planning Manager for Technology Development. Gary currently represents Cisco in a number of Smart Grid standardization efforts. These include IEEE, ITU, IEC and the UCAIug. He represents Cisco on the Boards of LoRa (Treasurer), Avnu (Chairman of Board), Wi-Sun (Treasurer) and the IEEE-SA Corporate Advisory Group. Stuebing also Chairs the IEEE P2847 and IEEE 802.15.4-Revision project groups.