This thesis is about the processing and evaluation of the data generated by the Smartphone-based Communication Networks for Emergency Response (smarter) project. The smarter project is a research project that investigates the use of Delay Tolerant Networks (DTNs) as a method of communication for the civil population during a disaster situation. During this thesis the recorded data is transferred into a format readable by the simulator The Opportunistic Network Environment Simulator (The ONE), so that the field experiment can be repeated as often as required. This makes it possible to easily compare the data with that of other projects or to combine it with data genera ted by the simulator. The thesis also highlights some difficulties that may occure during the analysis and execution of field experiments.