If ASI Studio (and specifically in my cae ASICap) was available for aarch64 (aka armv6), it could be used to do planetary imaging on a Pi4 , Odroid N2+, TheSky Fusion ...
There is already an x86_64 version, and you do have SDK for all arm (32 and 64 bits) so unless there is some specific x86 assembly somewhere in the code, you should be able to rebuild it for ARM 32 and 64 SBC.
This would give you a big advantage over the competition (QHY has nothing even close to ASI Studio on Linux, or even on Windows for some other vendors).
I use ASI Studio (ASICAP) for planetary imaging, Lunar and Solar imaging ( see my latest ISS transit over the sun : https://rti-zone.org/astro_sun.php ). Being able to do this on a RPI4 or Odroid N2+ instead of my Macbbok Pro in the Sun.. that would be a lot better.