I assume you plan to have your laptop a short distance from your gear. First off, you could just have a good quality USB 3 hub at the scope with all the gear connected to it. Then use a powered USB 3 extension cable ( 50 ft ones are available ) running to your laptop. I used that method for many years and it is simple to implement and it is the only way to actually run SGPro on your laptop and control your gear.
If you need WiFi, then you will need a second, small PC (like an Intel NUC) at the scope running all the imaging software and connected to the gear. You laptop will need to connect via WiFi and the simplest way to do that is to install WiFi software on the scope’s PC that generates a local hot spot (WiFi network). Your laptop’s WiFi would then connect to that WiFi network, allowing the laptop to connect to the scope’s PC.
Your laptop could run Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Client and connect directly to the scope’s PC allowing you to control it just like your laptop was at the scope. In order to run Remote Desktop (comes standard with Windows) on the laptop and connect to the scope PC, the scope PC will need to be running Windows 10 Pro; not Windows 10 Home (unless MS made some recent changes).
A good hot spot software product is “Connectify” and you can get a single user license for $20: Connectify web site
Normally you need an Internet connection to use Team Viewer but it is possible to use Team Viewer on a LAN: Team Viewer on a LAN
But as a long time user of the Remote Desktop client, I would suggest that is a better option. So, a 50 foot USB extension cable or $300+ worth of other stuff.