As a Director of Industrial IoT standards at Intel Corporation, Gary Martz is leading the team defining and driving Intel’s Industrial IoT standards strategy and actions. During his 20 plus year technology career at Intel, Gary has spent more than 10 years working on wireless related technology standards, was a manufacturing engineer in the early days of Intel’s Data Center Group, and helped build new businesses within Intel as part of Intel Lab’s New Business Initiatives team. Gary was the leading force behind Intel’s push for Wi-Fi peer-to-peer technology which resulted in the development of the Wi-Fi Alliance’s Wi-Fi Direct™ specification and Intel’s Wireless Display (WiDi) Technology.  Gary served on the Wi-Fi Alliance board of directors for 5 years and currently sits on the board of directors for the Open Mobile Alliance and the Open Connectivity Foundation.  Gary is currently helping build the market for both Industrial IoT and 5G as part of Intel Corporation’s Next Generation Standards team. Gary holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Washington (’95) and an MBA from the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business (’00).