I've read around, and from what I gather, Cetrafuse is a 'Windows Only' application. The problem, IMO, is that x86 hardware can only get so small, while remaining reasonably priced. Basically, people have to build a 'fairly serious' machine to support the OS that's running what is, relatively speaking, a lightweight application. In my personal opinion, you guys are doing yourself a disservice by not looking into a branch that'll run on other, smaller devices, such as a RPi3 or Asus Tinker Board.
I have an old mini-ITX based 'CarPC' that a friend gave me some time back that has Windows XP and Centrafuse 2.0 on it. Centrafuse 2.0 was pretty good, and quite responsive running on WinXP with 1GB RAM on a Via C7 processor. I'd rather like to investigate building a CarPC for my older car or my truck - the problem is the space required.
I could PROBABLY fit this thing under the back seat of my truck, the tradeoff being I probably would then be unable to fold that seat down. It's also a bit far from where everything needs to be. Same thing goes for my car - the ONLY place I might be able to put the thing is in the trunk, and that's just a crazy distance off.
Now a RPi or Tinker would be perfect - tiny enough that you could put it just about anywhere, and almost certainly at least as powerful as that Via C7, if not more powerful, and very low power usage.
Porting over to a linux base might be a large challenge - but maybe something that would run on Win10 IoT core would be less of a challenge?
It seems there are some other possibilities out there, possibly less polished and not quite as purpose built as Centrafuse that will run on Raspberries, but I'm no sure how good they really are. Odds are I won't purchase a new or upgrade Centrafuse license just because it's really isn't a viable option for me - spending the money required to get one of the relatively few x86 SBCs that I MIGHT be able to fit somewhere just isn't a wise choice IMO.
If you guys branched out even if just to Win10 IoT Core, you'd likely open yourself up to another, maybe larger market.