Accidents in mass transport systems, nuclear events and terroristic attacks differ from day-to-day emergencies. The high number of injured in so called mass casualty incidents (MCIs) leads to a disproportion between the number of injured needing care and the resources available to provide care. It is the goal of the TUMult
project to develop user-interfaces for mobile devices that support paramedics in performing the triage process in MCIs and evaluate them in different disaster control exercises. Fire fighters require mobile, computer-based triage systems which do not delay the existing operational procedures. Therefore these mobile systems must take the extraordinary
environment into account and must react flexibly to changes in the instable situation.