First off I’d suggest you could get in touch with the supplier and see if they can make an ARM build.
Secondly… well I got curious and downloaded the x64 version, unpacking and looking inside I found this:
That’s the java runtime, so it looks like it’s all a java thing. There’s a java runtime available for arm/raspberry pi, so it might be possible. As @Liam says compiled executables have different processor instructions so they won’t work, but Java is different. Java applications are compiled to a bytecode, the bytecode is executed by the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) and so should be cross platform. You just need a compatible jre, and there are ones for the Pi.
I then installed the x64 commandline version in Ubuntu (windows subsystem for linux) and had a look at what it did. Here are the main new things off root
/home/doug/ViewPower // heaps of files under this, it's the main install folder
// I chose this during the install
In the main install folder there’s a bunch of shell scripts, and it seems to contfirm that it’s all java based.
What all that means is that you might be able to install the arm java run time and copy all those files over, setup the services. There’s also a
jre folder in the main install folder and those files are (almost certainly) platform specific, but you coudl replace that with the arm jre.
I’d be surprised if someone hasn’t written a guide to running java apps created for x86/x64 on the raspberry pi, but I haven’t looked. If you get no response form the supplier then you could give it a try.
One big caviet: I’m no expert in linux or Java (I dabble with RPi and linux, but I’m mostly a dotnet guy), but it’s probably worth a try. The worst that could happen is you need to rebuild your pi. It really depends on how much time you want to invest.